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Increasing efficiency and productivity with a new secondary metallurgy system

     22nd September 2017 ArcelorMittal Temirtau orders new ladle furnace from SMS group ArcelorMittal Temirtau, Kazakhstan, recently awarded SMS group www.sms-group.com a purchase order for the supply of a new 290-ton ladle furnace for its plant in Temirtau, Kazakhstan. The SMS group scope of supply will comprise the... 

Cooling vest reduces industrial heat stress

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd September 2017 Staff exposed to hot environments, in combination with doing arduous work and wearing multi-layered protective clothing, such as firefighters, may suffer thermal physiological strain, says water jet cutting company Total Blasting, which is the South African distributing agent for Sweden-based... 

Energy efficient liquid phase for five million tons a year

     21st September 2017 JSW Dolvi orders converter shop and secondary metallurgy at SMS group JSW Steel Limited, India, has placed an order with SMS group www.sms-group.com for the supply of a converter shop for its Dolvi plant which has to fulfill high demands in terms of energy efficiency and environmental protection. 

Outa moves to freeze Gupta mines’ rehabilitation trust fund accounts

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st September 2017 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) plans to bring about an urgent interdict against the Bank of Baroda to freeze the R1.75-billion held in the Gupta-owned Optimum and Koornfontein coal mines’ rehabilitation trust fund accounts. The group on Thursday said in a statement that the interdict... 

SMC Valve Manifolds Built to Withstand High-Pressure Cleaners and Treatments with Steam

     19th September 2017 In the food and beverage industry, hygiene is the order of the day. Many systems and system parts need to withstand treatment with steam, high-pressure cleaning and aggressive cleaning agents, whilst also preventing the formation of dirt and bacteria traps.   SMC’s new clean style valve manifolds... 

Goldplat sees growth opportunities at Ghana recovery business, Kenya mine

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th September 2017 Aim-listed Goldplat expects growth in its recovery business to come from its Gold Recovery Ghana (GRG) subsidiary in the 2018 financial year. Goldplat, which on Monday released its results for the financial year ended June 30, noted the difficulty in procuring sufficient appropriate quality... 

Systems water intensive, but more efficient and environment friendly 

By: Victor Moolman     15th September 2017 Although ultrahigh-pressure water blasting systems used to clean refineries or cut rock and prepare surfaces on mines will not save water, it is more efficient than using acid washing or abrasive grit blasting techniques, says water jetting solutions provider Total Blasting sales director Bradley... 

BI offers mounted, unmounted bearings and housings from KML

     13th September 2017 KML Bearings, distributed locally by leading supplier Bearings International (BI), offers a range of mounted and unmounted bearings and bearing housings. In addition, it also has automotive-specific products for the passenger and commercial vehicle sectors. There is even a product range dedicated... 

Coastal Clean-Up assists in educating public on responsible plastic use

By: Nadine James     8th September 2017 As part of the yearly initiative Clean-up & Recycle SA Week, taking place from September 11 to 17, industry body Plastics|SA says the yearly International Coastal Clean-up (ICC) day on September 16 is the highlight of the week, as it is the world’s biggest yearly volunteer effort for ocean... 

Organisation advocates a local recycling culture

By: Nadine James     8th September 2017 Despite numerous recycling initiatives and incentives in communities across the country – including collection points in close proximity to neighbourhoods – metal packaging recycling organisation MetPac-SA believes that an inherent recycling culture still needs to be established in South Africa.... 

R511 rehabilitation project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th September 2017 The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport plans to upgrade 12 km of the R511 road network linking it to the North West province. 

Thermal spray coatings provide protection for refineries

     8th September 2017 Thermal spray coatings can produce significant cost savings for refineries by reducing the amount of piping maintenance required to guard against the consequences of corrosion under insulation (CUI), says wear solutions provider Weartech director Adam Wintle.  

Atlas Copco hydraulic magnet helps to pick up the pieces

     6th September 2017 Atlas Copco’s HM 1500 fixed hydraulic (hydro) magnet, fitted to a 22.5 ton carrier, is efficiently and safely sorting and loading steel off cuts at a steel mill in Emalahleni, Mpumalanga. Following a successful tender, service contract specialist, Real Tree Trading, was contracted to remove steel... 

Benefits Of Mentis Fibre Glass Grating Increase Its Popularity

     1st September 2017 The significant benefits offered by Fibreglass Floor Grating has seen this composite material product increase in popularity, especially in applications where it is necessary to guard against environmental factors or corrosive chemicals. Lance Quinlan, marketing manager at Andrew Mentis, says... 

Servest acquires stake in ICT services company

By: Mia Breytenbach     1st September 2017 International facilities management provider Servest has partnered with investment company Bottega InvestCo in the acquisition of integrated information and communications technology (ICT) services company Getronics. The transaction, which is supported by specialist banking and asset management... 

Tsodilo kicks off BK16 drilling programme

By: Natasha Odendaal     28th August 2017 TSX-V-listed Tsodilo Resources has started the large diameter drill (LDD) drilling programme at its wholly owned BK16 kimberlite project, within the Orapa kimberlite field, in Botswana. The diamond and metals exploration company planned to drill 14 holes, 24 inches in diameter, to a cumulative... 

Metpac-SA Encourages Households To Practice Mindful RecyclingClean-Up and Recycle Week the ideal opportunity to reduce, reuse and recycle

     28th August 2017 MetPac-SA, the new industry body representing the interests of the local metal packaging industry, will be joining forces with the various packaging streams in South Africa during the month of September to encourage households to practice mindful recycling as part of Clean-up and Recycle SA week... 

Concern raised over lack of support for coal roadmap 

By: David Oliveira     25th August 2017 Since the release in July 2013 of the South African Coal Roadmap (SACRM), there has been no impetus by government or coal miners to implement any of its recommendations. The SACRM was developed with a view to identifying possible scenarios that may impact on the coal industry, particularly in... 

Hotel group moves to integrate bamboo products into facilities

By: Ilan Solomons     25th August 2017 Bamboo producer and products supplier EcoPlanet Bamboo and hotel group Mantis Collection have signed a memorandum of understanding which could have “far-reaching benefits for the environment and the global movement towards sustainable tourism”, says EcoPlanet Bamboo CEO and co-founder Troy... 

New hygiene monitoring device launched in S Africa

By: Victor Moolman     25th August 2017 International company 3M launched a new Clean-Trace hygiene monitoring and management device onto the South African market last month. The device –especially suitable for use in the food and beverage industry – uses adenosine triphosphate (ATP) bioluminescence detection and verifies that... 

S African packaging specialists acquired by international company

     25th August 2017 International supplier of plastic packaging ALPLA – which produces packaging for the food and beverage industry – last month bought South Africa-based packaging specialists Boxmore Packaging. 

Atlas Copco Power Technique staff members celebrate Madiba Day at Sithabile Child and Youth Center

     21st August 2017 Staff members from Atlas Copco’s Power Technique business area (formerly Construction Technique) dedicated their 67 minutes in honour of Madiba Day on 18 July 2017 by giving of their time to Sithabile Child and Youth Center. Philip Herselman, General Manager of Atlas Copco Power Technique,... 

Attention to detail crucial for conveyor belts

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Stringent adherence to safety protocols and a fit-for-purpose design are important factors governing the successful use of conveyor belts to increase production rates in mining, say industrial rubber products manufacturer Dunlop Industrial Products product managers Paul Nel and Dave Pitcher.  

Materials handling still a key focus for businesses

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Even in times of slow economic growth and uncertainty, business continues, with materials handling remaining a crucial operation for companies, especially those operating in the e-commerce, food and beverage and distribution sectors, says global internal logistics products and services supplier... 

Organisation lobbies government to kick-start biogas market

By: Nadine James     18th August 2017 The Southern African Biogas Industry Association (Sabia) is liaising with national government departments to create an enabling environment for the biogas industry, thereby establishing a viable biogas market. Sabia chairperson Jason Gifford explains that the organisation’s working groups are in... 

Chicago Pneumatic provides vital continuous energy supply for new luxury residential development in Dubai

     15th August 2017 Fourteen tough and reliable stationary generators from Chicago Pneumatic are providing the essential power required for the construction of a luxury residential development besides the Dubai Water Canal. The order was secured by authorised Chicago Pneumatic distributor German-Gulf Enterprises... 

A milestone of Bosch Ulwazi’s...

     11th August 2017 A milestone of Bosch Ulwazi’s ‘Enterprise and Supplier Development’ (ESD) programme for Transnet Pipelines, which commenced in 2015, was the presentation of ISO certificates to nine emerging enterprises. The Transnet Pipelines ‘Business Breakthrough Initiative’ supports enterprise development... 

African Marine Waste Conference Highlights Need For More Collaboration, Communication And A Clear Game Plan For The Plastics Industry

     7th August 2017 The 2017 African Marine Waste Conference took place from the 9th to the 13th of July in Port Elizabeth, and was attended by approximately 200 delegates from 9 African states and a further 10 countries from other continents. The inaugural African Marine Waste Conference was managed by the... 

As Trump sings coal's praises, mine fatalities are on the rise

By: Bloomberg     4th August 2017 Ray Hatfield Jr. was six months into his latest coal job when he was crushed to death in a Kentucky mine. Hatfield, a 23-year industry veteran, was cleaning a conveyor belt that shuttled coal to the surface of the Appalachian mine on the morning of Jan. 26. When his clothing got caught, he was... 

Partnership to provide solar energy for properties globally

By: Victor Moolman     4th August 2017 Solar solutions provider SOLA Future Energy and South African property development company Atterbury Property Developments have partnered to provide solar energy and electrical storage solutions to the Atterbury portfolio of properties to a projected cost of up to R210-million. 

New furnace equipment and air knife system for higher capacity and enhanced material range

     3rd August 2017 SSAB contracts SMS group to modernize hot-dip galvanizing line No. 3 in Finland SSAB has awarded SMS group www.sms-group.com a contract covering the modernization of its continuous hot-dip galvanizing line No. 3 in Hämeenlinna, Finland. The upgrade essentially involves the integration of an... 

Introduce stringent anti-emission laws – Royal Bafokeng Platinum

By: Martin Creamer     2nd August 2017 The South African government must introduce stringent anti-emission legislation as well as press for the platinum equivalent of the gold Kruger Rand, Royal Bafokeng Platinum CEO Steve Phiri insists. Phiri expressed dismay at the government, as custodian of the world’s major platinum endowment,... 

Bidvest makes R2.7bn play for Irish facilities management group

By: Natasha Odendaal     31st July 2017 JSE-listed Bidvest has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of Ireland-based integrated facilities management group Noonan from Alchemy Partners and Noonan’s current management team for an enterprise value consideration of R2.7-billion. Noonan operates in Ireland and the UK, where 40% of its... 

SACAP staff lend a helping hand to Kgothalang Primary School

     31st July 2017 As part of its Corporate Social Investment, the South African Council for the Architectural Profession in partnership with the Khora Group participated in the Nelson Mandela International Day on the 18th of July 2017 by cleaning and painting Kgothalang Primary School in Wattville, Benoni. The... 

Wheel Assemblers (Pty) Ltd

     28th July 2017 Established in 2003 to focus on automotive wheel assembly outsourcing, Gauteng-based Wheel Assemblers has grown into a nigh-R100-million-a-year-turnover company servicing automakers Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) and BMW South Africa under multiyear contracts. The company invested... 

Shell launches Dynaflex technology in South Africa

By: Anine Kilian     20th July 2017 Shell South Africa on Thursday launched its next generation of advanced fuel formulations enhanced with Dynaflex technology. The Dynaflex technology includes a new additive for Shell V-Power 50 ppm. 

Sharp Pan African gold production rise on way

By: Martin Creamer     20th July 2017 Gold-mining company Pan African Resources is looking forward to a much improved performance in 2018 with a substantial increase in gold production. The group’s gold production guidance for the financial year ending June 30, 2018, is 190 000 oz-plus, a 10% increase on 2017 gold production. 

MB Crusher, When Economy Rhymes With Ecology

     18th July 2017 A crusher bucket and a screening bucket at work on a Caribbean island The story and the project 

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