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‘Mine-blowing’ automated door solutions from Maxiflex

     18th October 2017 A range of superior quality, rugged automated door solutions, engineered to meet increased safety, efficiency and productivity on mines, are available from South Africa’s leading door and loading dock specialist, Maxiflex. The local mining industry is facing significant challenges which are... 

Product range to expand to construction industry

By: Simone Liedtke     13th October 2017 Owing to the risk posed by utility pipes, and electrical lines and cables in the ground, industrial product supplier Actum Industrial – part of the Actum Group – is targeting the construction, municipal, and oil and gas industry with its Ridgid range of tooling equipment – such as the SR-20 and... 

Buried utility locating facility essential for accurate information

By: Simone Liedtke     13th October 2017 Utility management company Bosch Munitech’s specialised Underground Services Location (USL) facility encompasses advanced utility detection and mapping services, which are essential for providing accurate information on buried utility infrastructure layouts, says Bosch Munitech underground and... 

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 Alstom Brazil has started the process during which technology is being transferred to South Africans for the manufacture of X’Ttrapolis Mega trains. 

Fade to black

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     29th September 2017 About 20 years ago, I wrote the following: "What do you see? You see the ruins of a building. It has burnt down. There are pathetic little burnt bundles of bits strewn around everywhere. And the coroner  (the coroner! ) is there. He's investigating what could have possibly caused this... 

Reliable Wi-Fi access made possible with Ruckus

     27th September 2017 Getting a decent Wi-Fi connection in a crowded outdoor space can prove to be a challenge. Because we are now able to work at almost any location or environment, the demand for connectivity wherever we are is high, and the expectation is that whatever connection is available it is of the highest... 

Northern gas pipeline project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd September 2017 The first sod has been turned at the Northern gas pipeline project. 

Company expands into the US

     15th September 2017 This year, rope and lifting technology specialist The PFEIFER Group’s opened another branch office in the US, in Houston, Texas, which will see the rope and lifting technology specialist continue to grow its business in conjunction with the group’s other US existing branch, which was launched in... 

Jacobs Arup JV and Transport Scotland Deliver Queensferry Crossing

     8th September 2017 Royal opening of largest infrastructure project in Scotland for a generation DALLAS – Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. and Arup celebrate the official opening of the Queensferry Crossing by Her Majesty The Queen. The Jacobs Arup Joint Venture (JV) has worked with Transport Scotland since 2007 to... 

Volvo Car SA expecting big change in EV perceptions in coming years

By: Irma Venter     8th September 2017 Volvo Car South Africa (VCSA) MD Greg Maruszewski is confident the local arm of the Swedish group will be able to thrive under its parent company’s new powertrain policy. Volvo announced last month that all new cars launched globally from 2019 onwards will be partially or completely... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th September 2017 Unit 1 of Eskom’s Kusile power station has been brought into full production. 

City Power working around the clock to restore power in central Joburg

By: African News Agency      5th September 2017 Johannesburg’s City Power said on Tuesday that it had restored at least 27% of the power in the inner city following a fire at an underground tunnel that was caused by cable thieves. City Power said the damage to the cables had resulted from fire during the attempted cable theft on Sunday... 

Victor Industrial

By: Zandile Mavuso     1st September 2017 Electrical connectors manufacturer Victor Industrial – a subsidiary of Victor Group – supplies a range of products across industries for instrumentation and control. 

Kafireas wind power complex project, Greece

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 The project entails the construction of a wind power complex with an installed capacity of 154 MW. 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 Unit 1 of Eskom’s Kusile power station was brought into full commercial operation at the end of August. 

No weak links in EKD Kolibri energy chain from Powermite

     24th August 2017 Rugged, superior quality energy chain from electrical and mechanical equipment and energy supply systems specialist, Powermite, provides reliable and cost-effective protection of cables and hoses for the seamless operation of mobile equipment. EKD Kolibri energy chain, also known as drag chain,... 

Tribunal hears settlement agreement involving wire cable industry association

By: Anine Kilian     23rd August 2017 The Competition Tribunal is considering a settlement agreement involving the Association of Electric Cable Manufacturers South Africa (AECMSA), which has admitted to fixing the selling price of electric power cables, largely affecting State-owned power utility Eskom, as well as large industries... 

Health monitoring system keeps an eye on the fleet

     22nd August 2017 SKF has helped a shipping customer introduce condition monitoring to its vessel, with plans to extend it further across the fleet says Anders Welin, Business Engineer at SKF When you’re out at sea, the last thing you need is a major breakdown. In such a case, it would mean being towed back to dry... 

Infrastructure initiative garners support from nine African presidents

By: Natasha Odendaal     21st August 2017 Spearheaded by South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma, the Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative (PICI), aimed at accelerating regional trade and unlocking the economic potential of the continent, now has nine African presidents on board, with ten projects in the spotlight as Africa... 

Modern materials handling systems support operational improvements

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 With the Internet of Things driving large-scale automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies, drive engineering company SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa national sales manager Norman Maleka believes that materials handling systems will become increasingly integral for improving... 

Neutral Internet exchange point reports strong growth in African demand

By: Schalk Burger     18th August 2017 Local neutral access Internet exchange peering service NAPAfrica achieved 200 Gb/s of traffic in July as a result of significant demand from neighbouring countries and sub-Saharan Africa (sSA), says data centre company Teraco Data Environments business development manager Michele McCann. The... 

Infrastructure Africa encourages African unity through regional projects

     14th August 2017 Intra-African trade sits at around 11% and if Africa could boost its regional integration levels, it would boost its economic growth plans. There is power in numbers and collaboration on infrastructure projects between African nations would be to the benefit of Africa as a whole, whilst also... 

SEW-EURODRIVE supplies MOVITRANS® Contactless Energy Transfer system to Sasol Wax

     11th August 2017 SEW-EURODRIVE has supplied its MOVITRANS® Contactless Energy Transfer system to Sasol Wax, a major manufacturer of a comprehensive range of mineral-oil based and synthetic paraffin waxes, petroleum jellies, and liquid paraffins, using a proprietary gas-to-liquid (GTL) process. Sasol Wax produces... 

Volvo Car SA ready for hybrid, electric vehicle rollout post-2019, says MD

By: Irma Venter     10th August 2017 Volvo Car South Africa (VCSA) MD Greg Maruszewski is confident the local arm of the Swedish group will be able to thrive under its parent company’s new powertrain policy. Volvo announced last month that all new cars launched globally from 2019 onwards will be partially or completely... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     4th August 2017 The project continues to closely manage contractor productivity. 

Netshield SFP range: The perfect reason to now replace your network but to rather convert it

     1st August 2017 With the growth in cloud applications, digital solutions and IoT, the demand for high quality data networks continues to flourish. The costs however remain crippling when looking to scale out networks, which is why with the competitively priced Netshield SFP, SFP+, QSFP and QSFP28 compatible... 

Vedanta’s Zinc International production down y/y in Q1, Zambia copper production improves

By: Mia Breytenbach     26th July 2017 Diversified miner Vedanta Resources' Zinc International business recorded a 25% year-on-year decrease in production to 32 000 t  for the quarter ended June 30 – the first quarter of its 2018 financial year. The decrease was mainly as a result of an planned plant shutdown at the acid plant, as... 

Supplier completes first phase of cable-clamping project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 Industrial equipment supplier Banding & Identification Solutions Africa completed the first roll-out phase of its Ultra-Lok cable clamping system at petrochemicals giant Sasol’s facility in Secunda, Mpumalanga, last month.  

Latest product range for carrying cables to be showcased

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 At its annual expo scheduled to take place on September 14 and 15, technical solutions provider Bearing Man Group (BMG) will showcase industrial motor control manufacturer Tsubaki’s Kabelschlepp roller supporter chain (RSC) system, which is used to carry cables and suitable for cranes and long... 

Best practice engineering crucial for supporting solar in South Africa

     14th July 2017 Although the global solar industry is growing rapidly, photovoltaic (PV) plants are still relatively new in South Africa and require professional design expertise to ensure best practice engineering, says consulting engineering firm SMEC South Africa power and energy function manager Stephen... 

Increased demand for fibre connectivity cables and accessories

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 Cable accessories company Tank Industries says the telecommunications industry is picking up, owing to the uptake of fibre-optic cables in domestic and new build commercial installations.  

Industry 4.0 will affect connectivity

     14th July 2017 As Industry 4.0 advances, the demands on cable and connection technology will also change, states cable connector producer the Lapp Group, predicting that the speed at which data is transferred will climb with the consistent networking of company and business processes, which is a development... 

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th July 2017 Alstom has completed the manufacture of the first 20 trains as part of its contract with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.  

Angola Cables starts construction on Brazil data centre 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th July 2017 Multinational telecommunications company Angola Cables has started the construction of its South American data centre, located in Fortaleza, Brazil, connecting to the subsea Internet cable linking Africa to the Americas. The data centre will run two key routes – the South Atlantic Cable System... 

Jaycor sells 53% stake to black-owned equity firms

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th July 2017 Provider of specialised cables, connectors, infrastructure and related active components Jaycor International has sold a 53% stake in the company to black women-owned investment company Moshe Capital and private equity investment firm Sanari Capital. Jaycor founders and executive directors own... 

Minimising arc fault damage with DEHNshort

     7th July 2017 Arc faults have the potential to cause severe personal injury, death and excessive damage to infrastructure, which can result in high revenue losses for businesses due to production downtime. Even in the most modern switchgear assemblies, the risk of an arc fault is imminent, as they can be... 

Prelude floating liquefied natural gas project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     7th July 2017 The floating liquefied natural gas facility for the Prelude operation has left South Korea on its way to Australia. 

Acquisition creates larger industry opportunities

     30th June 2017 In April, construction and civil engineering contractor Esor acquired trenchless technology specialist Tuboseal, renaming it to Esor Tuboseal, which creates larger industry opportunities. 

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