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Virtual Technology Now Used For Blast Training In SA

     20th July 2017 Training for underground blasting has just taken a technological leap forward, with the installation and commissioning of Africa’s first virtual reality blast wall with rear-view projection, powered by Simulated Training Solutions, at the Murray & Roberts Cementation Training Academy near... 

Joint effort to move Union School

     18th July 2017 “WorleyParsons RSA’s Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) programme is crucial to the company’s corporate and social responsibility agenda, which calls for not only active participation in addressing socio-economic challenges in South Africa, but also much-needed transformation in the... 

Rio's quest to add more diamonds takes hunt to Canadian forest

By: Bloomberg     18th July 2017 Rio Tinto Group’s pursuit of new diamond output to tap rising demand in Asia is focusing on an unheralded exploration project in the Canadian forest. The world’s second-biggest miner on Tuesday added the Fort a la Corne joint venture, about 60 kilometers (37 miles) east of Prince Albert in... 

Process Pipes

By: Zandile Mavuso     18th July 2017 With 47 years’ expertise in the pipes industry, wholesale carbon and mild steel pipes, fittings and flanges wholesaler Process Pipe has established a national footprint in South Africa, with branches in Gauteng (Alrode), KwaZulu-Natal (Jacobs) and two branches in the Western Cape (Belville and... 

Molewa attends sustainable development forum in the US

By: Anine Kilian     17th July 2017 Environmental Affairs Minister Dr Edna Molewa is leading a South African delegation to the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development at the United Nations (UN) in New York, from July 17 to 19.   The forum is being hosted by the UN Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc) under the... 

Seifsa appoints new economists

By: Anine Kilian     17th July 2017 The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) has appointed Dr Michael Ade chief economist and Marique-Mari Kruger economist with effect from July 17 and August 1, respectively. Ade will join Seifsa from the South African Revenue Service where he is capacity director... 

Top mining nation readying fresh investment wave as prices rally

By: Bloomberg     17th July 2017 Mining companies in Australia, the world’s biggest exporter of iron-ore and coal, are poised to approve fresh investments in projects, driven by rallying commodity prices and the need to replace depleting deposits, according to global equipment supply giant Komatsu. “They’re looking at new... 

Murray & Dickson Construction Group breaks concrete boundaries

     17th July 2017 This year’s prestigious Fulton Awards have again showcased the extent of concrete expertise and capability enshrined within the Murray & Dickson Construction Group, a leading and black-owned contracting company. This proficiency played a prominent role in the highly successful outcome of the... 

Property development JV announces Sandton mixed-use precinct development

By: David Oliveira     14th July 2017 Property management company Abland and construction company Tiber announced earlier this week that they will join forces to develop the Sandton Gate mixed-use precinct, comprising office, retail and residential building space with the added benefits of highly convenient access, a vast choice of... 

Atlas Copco Portable Energy dewatering pump solutions - the perfect balance between portability, performance, efficiency and reliability

     14th July 2017 Portable Energy, a division of the Atlas Copco Construction Technique business area, offers a comprehensive range of electrical, diesel and petrol dewatering pumps that offer the perfect balance between performance, efficiency and portability. The rugged and lightweight design of these pumps... 

Murray & Dickson Construction Group breaks concrete boundaries

     14th July 2017 This year’s prestigious Fulton Awards have again showcased the extent of concrete expertise and capability enshrined within the Murray & Dickson Construction Group, a leading and black-owned contracting company. This proficiency played a prominent role in the highly successful outcome of the... 

Australian products showcased at event

By: Robyn Wilkinson     14th July 2017 Following the establishment of Australia-based industrial solutions provider HMA Group’s South African subsidiary, the company is looking forward to showcasing its diverse offering at this year’s POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa. 

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... 

Energy storage solutions to be leveraged in South Africa

By: Robyn Wilkinson     14th July 2017 The decreasing cost of energy storage solutions presents many opportunities for South Africa to manage the key issue of localised peak load power generation more efficiently, says green energy solutions provider Freedom Won cofounder and director Antony English. 

Lapp Group

By: Zandile Mavuso     14th July 2017 Established in Germany in the 1950’s and in South Africa in 1994, Lapp Group South Africa's headquarters is located in Modderfontein, Gauteng.  

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... 

Specialist to showcase latest international developments

     14th July 2017 Global engineering company Sulzer will be highlighting the specialist services it has on offer for gas turbines operators and other rotating equipment at this year’s POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa. 

Schneider Electric appoints new Southern Africa energy VP

By: Anine Kilian     12th July 2017 Automation systems company Schneider Electric has appointed Taru Madangombe VP of Energy in Southern Africa. He will be responsible for managing and leading the entire energy team in the utility, intensive energy users and mining segment, while driving the achievement of business targets for the... 

Kidman draws on technical capabilities of Chile’s SQM for WA lithium project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     12th July 2017 ASX-listed Kidman Resources has signed a joint venture (JV) agreement with lithium producer Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile SA (SQM) to develop and operate the Mt Holland lithium project, in Western Australia. Under the terms of the agreement, SQM will invest $110-million, comprising a cash... 

Miners rewarded for improved capital discipline

By: Henry Lazenby     11th July 2017 Increased cash flows, merger and acquisition (M&A) activity and new debt issues have helped many of the world’s top miners strengthen their balance sheets in 2016, reflecting miners’ response to investor messages around capital discipline, according to new analysis from PwC Canada. "As the global... 

MPRDA, LNG import clarity key to establishment of gas economy

By: Mia Breytenbach     11th July 2017 Key factors that will influence the establishment of a gas economy in South Africa include the passing of the amended Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA), while greater clarity is also needed around the anticipated and stated imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), says South... 

Moving data from big to smart

     11th July 2017 Collecting process data and using it correctly is a vital part of predictive maintenance programmes – and proves the adage that knowledge is power explains Erwin Weis, head of IoT Technology at SKF Collecting data is one thing, but making sense of it is what adds value. In modern industrial... 

Atlas Copco railway compressors are built to last

     10th July 2017 Atlas Copco Compressor Technique exhibited its world-class compressed air technology solutions for the railway industry at Rail Africa 2017. Atlas Copco oil-injected screw compressors as well as oil-free scroll, piston and pantograph compressors are used on railway vehicles throughout the world,... 

Moving data from big to smart

     10th July 2017 Collecting process data and using it correctly is a vital part of predictive maintenance programmes – and proves the adage that knowledge is power explains Erwin Weis, head of IoT Technology at SKF Collecting data is one thing, but making sense of it is what adds value. In modern industrial... 

Engineering active transformation

     10th July 2017 Bluhm Burton Engineering attracts Black Economic Empowerment partner, Agile Capital. Established in 1990, Bluhm Burton Engineering (BBE), is internationally recognised as a world leader in mine ventilation and cooling systems. Being a ‘proudly’ South African company, and acknowledging the needs... 

Phatisa ups stake in Kanu Equipment

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     7th July 2017 African private equity fund manager Phatisa and heavy-equipment supplier Kanu Equipment’s management will buy JSE-listed Torre Industries’ shareholding in Kanu. “Phatisa has supported our growth aspirations and shares Kanu’s vision of becoming the foremost equipment dealer in Africa. We look... 

Women of AECOM help to champion its presence in Africa

     7th July 2017 AECOM’s executive committee has five female members out of 13, a record in terms of female representation at this management level for most companies in Africa, says Rashree Maharaj, the Marketing and Communications Director for AECOM Africa, who is helping to spearhead the company’s presence on... 

Commissioning activities under way at pipeline

By: Simone Liedtke     7th July 2017 Packaging company Nampak Glass in May commissioned a 1-km-long, high-pressure underground gas pipeline that was constructed by multidisciplinary corporation Saiyl. 

How digital technology will change oil and gas companies

     7th July 2017 By Joachim Breidenthal Unlike other industries that are enjoying a sudden embrace of benefits from data, the oil and gas sector is well acquainted with analytics. For decades, energy companies have relied on rich pools of data to discover and understand the potential of their reservoirs and other... 

Locally produced engineering steel declining

By: Nica Schreuder     7th July 2017 It has become cheaper to import finished products manufactured  overseas  than to manufacture engineering steel in the country, which has resulted in more than half the country’s foundries closing down, laments specialised steel and industry expertise company Special Steels MD Byron Ferguson. He... 

Wild Coast toll road can be ‘catalyst’ for integrated development

     7th July 2017 In this opinion article, the South African National Roads Agency Limited’s Craig McLachlan makes the case for the much criticised N2 Wild Coast Toll Road project Job creation is virtually unattainable without decent transport infrastructure and good-quality mobility networks. It is for this... 

Zim likely to miss $300m chrome ore export target this year

By: Oscar Nkala     7th July 2017 The Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) has indicated that local chrome producers might not achieve the projected 2017 export target of $30-million, owing to falling international commodity prices and the flooding of the traditionally lucrative Chinese market with cheap-quality ore... 

Besam automatic door systems at Lanseria International Airport

     6th July 2017 ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems’ automatic entrance and exit solutions facilitate passage at Lanseria International Airport’s international departures terminal as well as to offices at the facility. First established in 1974 and located North of Johannesburg, Lanseria is South Africa’s only... 

Western Cape agri-processing sector identified for high growth and employment potential

     6th July 2017 The Western Cape Province is currently South Africa’s leading agricultural export region. The province’s broader agricultural value chain, consisting of the primary production agriculture and value-added agri-processing (food and beverages manufacturing) sectors, forms an important and integral... 

SMEC South Africa celebrates 70 years of transformational success

     5th July 2017 SMEC acquired Vela VKE, a South African professional consulting engineering company in 2012 as part of a strategy to strengthen their presence within South Africa and the wider African market. With Vela VKE commencing operations in 1947, this year proudly marks the celebration of 70 years of... 

The nine lives of a South African auto show

By: Irma Venter     5th July 2017 From Auto Africa, to the Johannesburg International Motor Show, to the Festival of Motoring, to the South African (SA) Motoring Experience . . . In an effort to seek increased support from cost-conscious motor manufacturers and consumers, South Africa’s premier motoring event has again been... 

Severe-service valves for demanding tailings applications

     5th July 2017 AR Controls has successfully supplied and maintained large installed bases of DeZurik KSV severe-service knife gate valves on the Zambian Copper Belt in demanding tailings applications. The most popular valves supplied by the company are cast stainless steel, urethane-lined and severe-service... 

The BMG World Reveal

     4th July 2017 BMG is set to officially open its recently upgraded BMG World distribution and engineering facility at a two day event in September 2017. “The reveal of the BMG World facility in Johannesburg, is the culmination of a consolidation and supply chain re-engineering strategy which began nearly 10... 

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