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SRK Consulting

SRK provides expert advice and solutions for clients requiring specialised services, mainly in the fields of mining, geotechnics, water, waste and the environment.

SRK seeks to serve clients across a range of industries that are primarily natural resource based. The firm’s primary business is the provision of professional consulting services.

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Continuous improvement, a blueprint for continued success

By: Creamer Media Reporter      27th August 2018 Air Products South Africa prides itself on a solid safety track record, innovative new products and developments, and success in the industrial manufacturing sector. This positioning is underpinned by a solid business strategy that is focused on key aspects, one being a constant drive for... 

Pretty in Pink for Women’s Day

24th August 2018 Atlas Copco once again partnered with the Reality Wellness Group to celebrate Women’s Day at their head office in Jet Park, Boksburg. “We pulled out all the stops as we wanted to dedicate the day to the women of Atlas Copco to show the company’s appreciation for their hard work and to give them... 

thyssenkrupp Technical Apprenticeship Programme develops people for a sustainable future

24th August 2018 thyssenkrupp Technical Apprenticeship Programmes are successfully developing people to secure a sustainable future not only for the company, but also for southern African industry and the regions in which thyssenkrupp is operating. “We are very happy to contribute to the development of skills in... 

Plastic Pipes Body Plays Important Role In Trenchless Technology

24th August 2018 The development of trenchless technology to rehabilitate existing underground infrastructure with minimal disruption to surface traffic, business, and other activities has left a lasting impact on the construction and civil engineering industries.  As the name denotes, trenchless technology... 

SKF offers new Lincoln lubrication pinion

24th August 2018 SKF announces the introduction of its Lincoln lubrication pinion LP2 for open gear wheels and gear racks. Complementing SKF’s existing lubrication pinion line, the reliable LP2 features a modular design and the capability to lubricate fast-rotating applications up to 80 r/min. 

Black industrial powerhouse backs large-scale roll-out of cutting-edge mechanised mining technology

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th August 2018 Southern Palace Group of Companies through its subsidiary Genrec Engineering,, has put in motion ambitious plans to position South Africa as a leading hub for mining solutions research and development (R&D), as well as manufacturing. Renowned industrialist, Sello Mahlangu, is the founder and... 

Miners call for stable govt as Turnbull is replaced by Morrison

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th August 2018 The Australian mining sector has called for a stable government following a leadership spill in the Liberal Party, which will see Treasurer Scott Morrison take over as Prime Minister from Malcolm Turnbull. Turnbull himself disposed of previous Prime Minister Tony Abbott in a similar manner in 2015. 

Bridgestone to move into new Waterfall head office in 2019

By: Irma Venter     24th August 2018 Bridgestone South Africa will move into its new head office, located in the growing Waterfall City commercial node between Johannesburg and Pretoria, in February next year. The tyre manufacturer’s new headquarters will occupy 4 800 m2 and accommodate a staff complement of more than 200. 

X-ray technology enabling real-time analysis of gold ore samples Down Under

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th August 2018 Australian gold explorers have been given the world-first option to access x-ray technology to detect and analyse unseen gold, cutting turnaround times significantly. The photon assay technology was developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over a... 

Local company offers transformer fire-protection solutions

By: Melissa Zisengwe     24th August 2018 Industrial fires cause damage of about R430-million a year. Transformer fires are disruptive, dangerous and may cause loss of life. Depending on the severity of the fire the likelihood of explosions is very high, says safety solutions provider Sperosens. Common causes of transformer fires include... 

Auto thought leader on need to build Tier 2 and 3 suppliers as local content falls

By: Irma Venter     24th August 2018 The South African automotive industry is eagerly awaiting the announcement of the details of government’s new support programme, the Automotive Masterplan, which is set to guide the industry’s investment activities from 2020 to 2035. The masterplan will perhaps be South Africa’s most challenging... 

Electromobility the future of transport infrastructure

By: Paige Müller     24th August 2018 On the back of introducing its all-electric Volvo FL and FE trucks, global manufacturing company Volvo Trucks aims to be the leading sustainable transport solutions provider globally. Sales and series production of the new Volvo FL and FE trucks – designed for urban distribution and refuse... 

Company first to use CO2 refrigeration in South Africa

By: Halima Frost     24th August 2018 Food manufacturer BM Foods – the holding company of South African food brand Mediterranean Delicacies – has become the first food manufacturing company in South Africa to use a carbon dioxide- (CO2-) driven refrigeration system at its Cape Town factory. “With the more aggressive cooling potential... 

Trawling for a cleaner environment

24th August 2018 An international study has revealed that South African Hake has a low environmental impact; this and the fact that South African Hake comes from a sustainable and well managed fishery, makes it a good choice over beef and many other forms of animal proteins. According to the study − published in... 

Cost-effective braking systems brand launched

By: Paige Müller     24th August 2018 Commercial vehicle technologies supplier WABCO South Africa (SA) last month launched ProVia – a high-quality, price-competitive aftermarket brand for commercial vehicle braking systems – across ten Southern Africa countries. ProVia is a safety-focused and reliable budget parts product range for... 

Software well suited for food and beverage industry

By: Halima Frost     24th August 2018 Having supplied big beverage and baking goods suppliers with its software, Syspro believes that its Syspro 8 system is well suited to the food and beverage industry. The Syspro 8 system includes the integration of several new features, comprising machine learning, and social media as... 

Secure multicloud environments key to digital transformation

By: Schalk Burger     24th August 2018 Providing application-centric security for multi-cloud environments is necessary to secure the many and increasing complex and cross-platform interactions of modern business and industry. Flexibility of use, movement of resources, data, workloads and accessibility across a range of devices are... 

Massmart cautiously optimistic about consumer demand

By: Simone Liedtke     23rd August 2018 Despite a difficult and deteriorating consumer environment, retail property group Massmart Holdings’ total sales for the 26-week period of R41.6-billion represented an increase of 1.9%, with comparable store sales increasing by 0.2% in the six-month period to June 30. While economic conditions in... 

South Africa hosts first National Talanoa Dialogue to discuss climate change mitigation measures

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd August 2018 Climate change is a key challenge and poses the single biggest threat to development, with its widespread and unprecedented impacts that disproportionately burden the poorest and most vulnerable, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said on Thursday at the opening of the South African... 

Indian coal-fired power plants likely to miss new emission control norms deadline

By: Ajoy K Das     23rd August 2018 Indian coal-fired power plants are unlikely to meet the new emission norms by 2022, missing the deadline for the second time since the Environment Ministry first laid down compliance rules in 2015. In the 2015 notification, the Ministry made it mandatory for thermal power plants to retrofit... 

RS Components introduces industry’s first IP54 plug-and-play IIoT development kit from HARTING

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd August 2018 RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has launched an IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) development kit for the HARTING MICA (Modular Industry Computing Architecture) edge computer. The HARTING MICA CISS (Connected... 

Mounting resistance of germs to antibiotics is a growing global concern

23rd August 2018 Germ-zapping robots will feature prominently in the future of hospital hygiene “The mounting resistance of germs to antibiotics is a growing global concern that requires much greater attention and vigilance, not only within healthcare but from every level of society, if we are to successfully... 

South Africa’s private equity performance remains steady

By: Simone Liedtke     23rd August 2018 The RisCura-Southern African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (Savca) ‘South African Private Equity Performance’ report for the first quarter of this year shows that long-term private equity returns remain steady, with the ten-year rand internal rate of return (IRR), the headline... 

Solidarity welcomes Mantashe’s proposal to withdraw MPRDA Amendment Bill

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd August 2018 Trade union Solidarity on Wednesday said the mining sector’s quest for policy certainty will receive a huge boost if Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe’s proposal to withdraw the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) Amendment Bill is implemented. Business Day reported... 

Blue Label holds its own in tough environment

By: Natasha Odendaal     22nd August 2018 JSE-listed Blue Label’s achievement of relatively strong growth in a “tough year” illustrates the technology group’s resilience and robustness to weather the storm, joint CEO Mark Levy told media on Wednesday. Speaking at the group’s financial results presentation for the year ended May 31, he... 

Fortress builds on strong logistics portfolio, targets increased share distribution

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd August 2018 Real estate investment trust Fortress has reported an increase of 4.53% to 141.8c apiece for its A-share distribution for the year ended June 30, while its B-share distribution increased by 4.07% to 179c apiece. Fortress is active in high-growth nodes that have prime logistic warehousing,... 

Italtile delivers resilient FY18 performance despite subdued consumer sentiment

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd August 2018 JSE-listed Italtile has declared an ordinary dividend a share of 38c for the year ended June 30, which is a 27% increase on the dividend of 30c declared for the prior financial year. The higher dividend follows a strong trading profit of R1.5-billion, which is up 43% on the trading profit of... 

Trump proposes unwinding Obama's coal-plant pollution curbs

By: Bloomberg     21st August 2018 President Donald Trump’s administration on Tuesday unveiled its plan to dramatically weaken carbon dioxide limits on coal-fired power plants by shifting most of the regulatory burden to states in a further assault on the Obama climate legacy. The Environmental Protection Agency’s "Affordable... 

South African govt to release long-term energy plan

By: African News Agency      21st August 2018 Government will release the reviewed Integrated Resource Plan later this week, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said on Tuesday. Radebe told reporters the energy blueprint would be tabled to Cabinet on Wednesday and made public later in the week, "probably on Friday". 

New tech blurring human-machine lines – Gartner

By: Schalk Burger     21st August 2018 Five emerging technology trends will blur the lines between humans and machines, says market research multinational Gartner. Technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) for example, play a critical role in enabling companies to be ubiquitous, always available and connected to business... 

KBAC donation puts a spring in the step of the homeless

21st August 2018 KBAC Flooring’s donation of 360m2 of luxury vinyl planks for the floors of the New Jerusalem Children’s Home in Midrand has enabled this acclaimed haven for abandoned, abused, and orphaned children to improve the living quarters of the youngsters and secure continued governmental funding for its... 

ExecuJet to welcome first Pilatus PC-24 to Africa in Oct

By: Simone Liedtke     21st August 2018 Aviation company ExecuJet, which is part of the Luxaviation group, will, in October, become the first business aviation company to operate and manage a Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet in Africa. With the aircraft to be based at the Cape Town International Airport, ExecuJet will be responsible... 

EESE welcomes imminent BBBEE scheme listings

By: Simone Liedtke     21st August 2018 Equity Express Securities Exchange (EESE) on Tuesday welcomed the planned listings of the MultiChoice and Media24 broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) schemes, Phuthuma Nathi and Welkom Yizani, in October. These listings will include Phuthuma Nathi Investments, Phuthuma Nathi... 

Xylem named to FORTUNE “Change the World” list

20th August 2018 Xylem among top 50 companies recognized for significant social impact Global water technology company, Xylem (NYSE:XYL), has been included on FORTUNE’s 2018 "Change the World" list, a ranking of 50 companies that have made a significant social impact through their core business strategy. Listed... 

Mint Directors Conference to reach South African shores in 2020

By: Simone Liedtke     20th August 2018 The biennial Mint Directors Conference (MDC) will return to South African shores in 2020, says South African Reserve Bank (SARB) subsidiary, the South African (SA) Mint. The event, which is expected to attract more than 300 guests, will be held in both Cape Town and Pretoria, in April 2020. 

ARUP education trust scores well

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th August 2018 The Arup Education Trust (AET) is pleased to announce the excellent pass rates of its learners studying across the built environment disciplines during the last academic year. Six bursary beneficiaries successfully graduated and a 91% pass rate was achieved across all courses undertaken by AET... 

Omron to Collaborate with Cisco in Manufacturing Innovations Enhancing IoT Security in the manufacturing sites

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th August 2018 Omron Corporation and Cisco Systems have agreed to collaborate by integrating Cisco’s leading networking and security technology into Omron programmable logic controllers (PLCs), which are designed to deliver reliability under extreme conditions at manufacturing plants. Through this... 

Resgen continues pursuit of tandem funding solution for Boikarabelo

By: Simone Liedtke     20th August 2018 ASX- and JSE-listed Resource Generation (Resgen) plans to continue pursuing a tandem approach to finding a funding solution for the development of its Boikarabelo coal mine, in South Africa, but warned that further delays are likely. Delays, the energy resources company pointed out on Monday,... 

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