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Distributed in South Africa by Kemtek Imaging Systems, ARISTO is the leading German manufacturer of multi-functional flatbed cutters for the precise CAD/CAM processing of all non-metallic substances, rigid or flexible. Whatever you have to cut and process precisely foils, textiles, cardboards or gaskets, ARISTO offers the optimal solution. All ARISTO machines are developed and manufactured solely in Hamburg, with sales and service points worldwide providing optimal support. Precision, high performance and reliability are key ARISTO values, accompanied by fair prices, technical ingenuity, outstanding service and decades of experience and reliability. In terms of innovation, ARISTO has been awarded numerous national and international patents and acclaim for its advanced ARISTOMAT product series.

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Cyril Ramaphosa calls for mining sector action

By: Martin Creamer     11th December 2017 South Africa must urgently break the ongoing deadlock on the regulation and transformation of the mining sector to ensure the proper use of this country’s world-class mineral resources, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. In an article on the CR17 Siyavuma campaign website, ahead of this... 

Allied Steelrode: stretching steel, customer service and product quality to new levels of excellence

     11th December 2017 Since the merger of Steelrode and Allied Chemical and Steel in 2014 which created Allied Steelrode, the business has fast earned its leadership position in the South African steel industry. Today it is the largest procurer of product from South Africa’s primary steel processor; and is also a... 

New polishing facility a boost to Dubai’s status as a diamond trading centre

By: Dylan Slater     8th December 2017 The global diamond industry is either growing in affluent regions or remaining steady in less affluent ones, thereby reflecting a degree of positivity, as well as signs of growth. This also points to untapped potential that is ready to be unlocked through increased investment upstream and... 

NEB declares Trans Mountain Pipeline exempt of Burnaby bylaws

By: Henry Lazenby     8th December 2017 Canada’s federal endowed National Energy Board (NEB) issued an order on Thursday, declaring that Kinder Morgan’s C$7.4-billion Trans Mountain Expansion project is not required to comply with two sections of the City of Burnaby’s bylaws as the company prepares to begin construction. 

The economy must develop young scientists – Ramaphosa

By: Sane Dhlamini     7th December 2017 Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address at the third Science Forum South Africa (SFSA) on Thursday in Pretoria and stressed the importance of using the economy to develop young scientists. The SFSA was being held under the theme ‘Igniting Conversations About Science’. 

Paragon celebrates 20 years of design excellence

     7th December 2017 Leading architecture, interior design, and space-planning practice Paragon of Sandton, Johannesburg celebrates 20 years of design excellence this year. The company was established in October 1997 by Founding Directors Anthony Orelowitz and Henning Rasmuss. Since then, Paragon has grown into one... 

World's No 1 miner sees bigger role for carbon-capture systems

By: Bloomberg     7th December 2017 BHP Billiton, the world’s biggest mining company, said wider use of systems that trap carbon emissions will be needed to meet international climate goals, even as investments in the technology stall. “We have knowledge of geology, markets and economics, so there’s probably something we can bring... 

UK new car sales on course for first annual drop since 2011

By: Reuters     5th December 2017 British new car registrations dropped 5 percent in the year to date, putting them on track for the first annual fall since 2011, hit by weaker consumer confidence and uncertainty over the future of diesel, an industry body said on Tuesday. Sales slumped 11.2 percent in November to 163,541 cars,... 

The Dti Helps Company Create Jobs In Limpopo

     5th December 2017 The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe says the grant of almost R50 million from the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) has contributed to the creation of 300 permanent and 500 contract jobs in Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo, by   a food manufacturing company, Eastern... 

China steel clings to near 11-week high, posts best week since Aug

By: Reuters     1st December 2017 Shanghai steel futures traded near their strongest level since mid-September on Friday and chalked up their biggest weekly gain in four months, supported by tighter supply in the world's top producer. Steel mills across northern China were ordered to slash sintering output by up to half from this... 

Business Benefits Of Fibre Exceed That Of 133-Year Old Copper

     1st December 2017 Copper wire telecoms technology is another year old next year, with the emphasis on ‘old’. That’s the message from fibre-based independent broadband provider, Otel Communications, which says businesses should making moving to fibre their top New Year’s Resolution.   Otel also questions whether... 

Russia's 51-ct diamond named for Romanovs fails to sell

By: Bloomberg     1st December 2017 The most expensive diamond ever polished in Russia, named Dynasty after the Romanov-era Imperial Court, failed to sell in an auction. Alrosa said it didn’t receive a high enough offer for the 51.4-carat gem in a November 29 online auction. The stone has the best so-called triple excellence... 

Container supplier sees opportunities despite market slump

By: Nica Schreuder     1st December 2017 The chemicals, power generation, oil and gas, and petrochemicals sectors have created a significant demand for tanktainers, says container industry provider Container World. Tanktainers, or tank containers, are intermodal containers used to transport liquids, gases and powders as bulk cargo. 

Opec, allies set to agree oil cut extension to end of 2018

By: Reuters     30th November 2017 Opec and non-Opec oil producers look poised to agree on Thursday to extend output cuts until the end of 2018 to finish clearing a global glut of crude while signaling they could exit the deal earlier if the market overheats. Non-Opec Russia, which this year reduced production significantly with... 

Parliament portfolio committee says no to water cuts

By: African News Agency      30th November 2017 The Portfolio Committee on Water in Parliament has resolved that threats by the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to cut off water supplies to defaulting municipalities are not a viable solution to resolve the matter. Some municipalities and water boards owe DWS substantial amounts of... 

Water cuts: Treasury can't write off municipal debt

By: News24Wire      30th November 2017 National Treasury told Parliament on Wednesday that it cannot write off the debt of 30 municipalities facing possible water cuts next month. Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane on Monday said at least 30 municipalities would experience water cuts if they failed to pay their debt... 

Lonmin to cut social, discretionary spending to save cash

By: Reuters     30th November 2017 Troubled platinum producer Lonmin plans to cut spending on social and labour projects and freeze "non-critical" recruitment, part of an array of measures to save cash, according to an unpublished presentation reviewed by Reuters. The South African miner, not for the first time, is facing an... 

‘Extended’ suite of Bystronic automation solutions on for ultra-fast sheet steel processing

     29th November 2017 Lowering the total cost-per-cut and therefore customers’ overall production costs – and increasing their return-on-investment (ROI) - is the driving imperative of the Swiss sheet metal processing original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Bystronic. While the company is a global leader in design and... 

Bar codes: back to the beginning

     29th November 2017 Bar codes – and more modern versions such as two-dimensional codes and QR codes – allow organisations around the globe to uniquely identify their products and trace these at every point along the value chain. It’s difficult to imagine life without machine-readable product codes, but this concept... 

Gem smuggling thwarts revival of Central African Republic

By: Bloomberg     29th November 2017 In the lounge of a luxury hotel in Bangui, the capital of war-torn Central African Republic, soft-spoken diamond dealers cautiously sidle up to guests. Their whispered offers of gems for sale are a visitor’s first hint of the thriving illegal market for the precious stones in a country that five... 

AfDB launches youth advisory group to tackle joblessness

By: African News Agency      28th November 2017 The President of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) in Côte d'Ivoire, Akinwumi Adesina, has launched the Presidential Youth Advisory Group (PYAG) to provide insights and innovative solutions for job creation for Africa’s youth. In a statement on Tuesday, AfDB said the “Jobs for Youth in... 

Volkswagen's talks with cobalt producers end without deal

By: Reuters     28th November 2017 Meetings last week between major cobalt producers including mining giant Glencore to supply the world's largest automaker Volkswagen with the material used to make batteries for electric vehicles ended without a deal, cobalt industry sources said. In September, Reuters reported exclusively that... 

‘Extended’ suite of Bystronic automation solutions on for ultra-fast sheet steel processing

     27th November 2017 Lowering the total cost-per-cut and therefore customers’ overall production costs – and increasing their return-on-investment (ROI) - is the driving imperative of the Swiss sheet metal processing original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Bystronic. While the company is a global leader in design and... 

Australia Mining Projects in Progress 2017 (PDF Report)

     27th November 2017 Mining has been the driving force behind much exploration in Australia’s remote inland and its industrial development – from the gold rush in the nineteenth century, and the iron-ore and nickel booms of the 1960s to the later expansion of the coal industry. Mining comprises about 10% of... 

BHP, Goldman hunt for energy fix amid remote banana plantations

By: Bloomberg     27th November 2017 The world’s biggest miner and Wall Street’s top-ranked merger firm are among the high-profile backers of a remote solar project nestled among banana crops in Australia’s far tropical northeast. For BHP Billiton, it’s a chance to unlock renewable technology for the global mining sector. As... 

Germany's respite for coal may end as talks resume with Merkel

By: Bloomberg     26th November 2017 The future of Germany’s coal industry is moving back into the spotlight as Chancellor Angela Merkel restarts talks on forming a new coalition government, with pressure building for stricter limits on the most polluting fuels. Two months after national elections, discussions aimed at forging a... 

Steel company’s optimism fuels technology investment appetite

By: Nica Schreuder     24th November 2017 Steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode’s optimism regarding long-term prospects for South Africa’s economy and steel industry has prompted it to continually invest in quality steel equipment. Such an investment was made through the buying of the BLM Adige LT20 jumbo tube laser in... 

Company embraces industry trends and challenges

By: Nica Schreuder     24th November 2017 The major  trend in steel construction globally is very much towards high-end automation driven by integrated software solutions, which has led to local industrial manufacturer and distributor First Cut’s embracing this trend through energy- efficient  capital equipment and consumables from their... 

Declining industry could compromise steel industry quality standards

By: Nica Schreuder     24th November 2017 Cost-cutting measures have been forced upon companies that wish to remain in business in the steel construction and cladding sector, however, this could have a major impact on product safety and performance, with price considerations often taking precedence over quality and safety.... 

In shadow of Opec's noisy oil cuts, Asia's miners quietly tightened coal supplies

By: Reuters     22nd November 2017 Australian and Indonesian miners have quietly done in the last two years what Opec has been shouting about: tighten coal markets and prop up prices. The informal coal output reductions, unlike the official cuts in place since January led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries... 

Right Approach And Planning Makes Maintenance Effective

     21st November 2017 Even as cost cutting eats into maintenance budgets, companies can avoid catastrophic failures if they adopt the structured approach offered by specialists like Marthinusen & Coutts. Marthinusen & Coutts is a division of ACTOM and according to the division’s projects and engineering services... 

Eskom rejects call for inflation-capped hike, as Nersa gears up for Dec 7 decision 

By: Terence Creamer     20th November 2017 State-owned power utility Eskom has rejected calls for its 2018/19 tariff to be capped at the level of inflation, arguing that such a move would be financially unsustainable as it would result in a revenue reduction, which would further squeeze its liquidity and could place the country’s credit... 

Upat supplies best professional power-tool brand in the world

     20th November 2017 The most reliable and resilient professional power tools available on the market today are supplied locally by leading distributor Upat of Johannesburg. Established in 1924 in the US, Milwaukee is arguably the best power-tool brand in the world, according to Upat Product Specialist Werner Koch.... 

Adverse trading conditions slash Pioneer Foods' earnings by half

By: African News Agency      20th November 2017 South African food group Pioneer said on Monday its adjusted headline earnings per share for the year ended 30 September 2017 fell by half, largely due to constrained trading conditions. The company also said maize procurement in the period to May had been hit by severe drought in the northern... 

Paragon sponsors UJ’s Graduate School of Architecture

     17th November 2017 The main sponsor of the Summer Show 2017 at the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ’s) Graduate School of Architecture (GSA) in November is leading architecture, interior design, and space-planning practice Paragon of Sandton, Johannesburg. Paragon has a long association with UJ’s Graduate School of... 

Investment in solar has overtaken coal globally, says IEA

By: Kim Cloete     16th November 2017 Breaking all-time records, renewables currently account for two thirds of global net capacity additions, according to one of several reports about how renewable energy is powering ahead. The trend is set to continue. “All renewables will grow at double the velocity of fossil fuels within the next... 

Eskom executives, managers to undergo lifestyle, conflict of interest audits – interim CEO

By: Anine Kilian     16th November 2017 Power utility Eskom will implement independent audits on its leadership, with members of the executive committee, as well as divisional executives and senior general managers to undergo regular independent lifestyle and conflict of interest audits, interim CEO Sean Maritz announced on Thursday.... 

Gowest aims to unlock refractory gold potential of legendary Timmins Camp

By: Henry Lazenby     14th November 2017 Little-known exploration and development company Gowest Gold is preparing to become the newest gold producer in the legendary Timmins Gold Camp, which, since its discovery in the early 1900s, has produced almost half of all the gold mined in Canada. The TSX-V-listed company is moving its North... 

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