http://www.engineeringnews.co.za
R/€ = 15.49 Change: 0.08
R/$ = 13.18 Change: 0.11
Au 1285.85 $/oz Change: -0.26
Pt 978.50 $/oz Change: -0.50
 

Press Office - Metric Automotive Engineering - Reef Fuel

Metric Automotive Engineering - Reef Fuel

Reef Fuel Injection Services is a leading diesel service centre and is an authorised service agent to all five leading diesel fuel injection systems – Bosch, Caterpillar, Delphi, Denso and Stanadyne.

Topic

Gold futures punch through $1 300 as global stocks extend losses

By: Bloomberg     18th August 2017 Gold futures broke above $1 300/oz, rising to the highest level since November, as global stocks dropped and investors fretted that turmoil in the White House will prevent President Donald Trump from delivering on his legislative agenda. Futures for delivery in December advanced as much as 1.1%... 

Modular buildings supplied to fire-damaged school

     18th August 2017 Owing to the fires that destroyed several buildings at Woodridge College and Preparatory School in the Van Stadens Gorge area, in the Eastern Cape, steel modular buildings supplier Kwikspace Modular Buildings supplied, erected and built 16 classrooms, four ablution blocks and an office for the... 

Speed up productivity with efficient overhead sectional doors from Maxiflex

     17th August 2017 The Crawford range of high quality, robust overhead sectional doors from Maxiflex has been bolstered with the recent introduction of a new high speed solution that boasts an operational speed four times faster than standard counterparts. In 2013 Maxiflex was appointed sole Sub Saharan distributor... 

Lonmin unveils design proposal for Marikana memorial park; showcases new apartments

By: Anine Kilian     15th August 2017 Platinum producer Lonmin on Tuesday unveiled its proposed design for a Marikana memorial park and announced the occupation of its infill apartments a day before the fifth anniversary of the Marikana massacre.  Thirty-four miners died and at least 70 were injured on August 16, 2012, when police... 

SA Hippo - World’s Safest Submersible Pump For Underground Mining

     15th August 2017 Coal mining accidents caused by gas and coal dust explosions account for the most fatal mining disasters around the world. However, dangerous Methane gas is present at most underground mines as well and not only in coal mines.  This was, once again, confirmed when a fatal methane gas explosion... 

Gold steady near 2-month highs on North Korea tensions

By: Reuters     11th August 2017 Gold prices held steady after touching their highest in over two months on Friday and were on track for a weekly gain, buoyed as rising tensions between the United States and North Korea triggered safe-haven buying. "Much of the rally (in gold) is because of the increased safe-haven demand," said... 

Chicago Pneumatic provides vital illumination for oil and gas project in Kuwait

     10th August 2017 Chicago Pneumatic has secured a major sale of its tough and efficient light towers in Kuwait after its authorised distributor General Transportation & Equipment Company (GTE) placed an order for 100 CPLT V15 metal halide models. The light towers will provide crucial illumination for an oil and... 

Gold jumps to eight-week high as nuclear spat fuels haven demand

By: Bloomberg     9th August 2017 Gold climbed to the highest since mid-June, pushing up mining-company shares amid military tensions between the US and North Korea. Equities slid and the Swiss franc and some developed-market government bonds advanced as President Donald Trump threatened North Korea with “fire and fury”... 

No-confidence vote signals 'High Noon' for South Africa's Zuma

By: Reuters     8th August 2017 Protesters blocked roads with burning tyres and rocks on Tuesday in a show of opposition to President Jacob Zuma hours before the South African parliament was due to vote on a no-confidence motion which could force him to step down. Newspaper headlines reflected the high stakes at play -- "JZ's... 

BBBEE Commission initiates investigation into 17 companies for possible fronting 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2017 Investigations have been initiated by the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) Commission against 17 firms for possible fronting practices. Any of the entities found to be in violation of the BBBEE Act in terms of ownerships structures and noncompliance with the Codes of Good Practice... 

As batteries make power play, South Africa mulls market participation

By: Irma Venter     4th August 2017 The world changed more than could be imagined in the 1990s. Not only was it the advent of all things Internet and digital connectivity, it also saw the birth of the rechargeable lithium battery, required to charge humankind’s new tools, such as cellphones and laptop computers. Today, the chase is... 

As batteries make power play, South Africa mulls market participation

By: Irma Venter     4th August 2017 The world changed more than could be imagined in the 1990s. Not only was it the advent of all things Internet and digital connectivity, it also saw the birth of the rechargeable lithium battery, required to charge humankind’s new tools, such as cellphones and laptop computers. Today the chase is... 

Products ensure safety in offshore operations

By: Marleny Arnoldi     4th August 2017 In the marine and offshore environment, metal corrosion is a major cost and safety factor. Steel gratings, stair treads, pressed floors and safety handrails manufacturer Vital Engineering offers a range of products designed to counter the effects of corrosion in maritime environments.  

Competition Commission raids premises of 25 fire sprinkler installers 

By: Anine Kilian     3rd August 2017 The Competition Commission on Thursday carried out simultaneous and coordinated search and seizure raids at the premises of the Automatic Sprinkler Inspection Bureau (Asib) and 24 fire control and protection services companies that are members of Asib. This is the largest number of premises... 

Imperial restarts Mount Polley mine following fire evacuations

By: Henry Lazenby     28th July 2017 Base metals company Imperial Metals plans to restart the Mount Polley mine, in British Columbia, before month-end following fire evacuation orders being downgraded for the City of Williams Lake and surrounding areas. The TSX-listed company said it will allow time for evacuated employees to return... 

Ford begins Phase 2 of 1.6-litre Kuga safety recall 

By: Anine Kilian     27th July 2017 Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has started the second phase of the safety recall for all affected 1.6-litre Kuga models, and is requesting customers to schedule an appointment with their dealer to have the vehicle enhancements completed.  Around 4 556 1.6-litre Ford Kugas, built... 

Tribunal confirms settlement agreement with second fire control systems supplier

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2017 Fireco Gauteng, now called KRS Fire, which specialises in supplying, installing and maintaining fire control and protection systems, has agreed to pay a R909 376 administrative penalty for collusion. The Competition Tribunal has confirmed the settlement agreement with the company. 

Coal mine switches to Atlas Copco LED light towers

     25th July 2017 Atlas Copco Portable Energy supplied four state-of-the-art HiLight V5+ LED light towers mounted on custom-built double-axle trailers to trading partner, Tracpart Mining Supplies. The end-user, a coal mine in Mpumalanga, uses the light towers for above ground lighting applications. When approached... 

Invicta to distribute Fenner’s products in Africa

By: African News Agency      25th July 2017 Invicta Holdings said on Tuesday that its subsidiary company, Bearing Man Group (BGM), has entered into a long-term agreement with Fenner Conveyor Belting to distribute Fenner's products in sub-Saharan Africa on an exclusive basis and on a nonexclusive basis in the rest of Africa. Invicta is an... 

Philippines' Duterte warns miners: 'I will tax you to death'

By: Reuters     24th July 2017 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday said he wanted to stop exporting mineral resources and might close the mining sector completely and tax miners "to death" if damage to the environment persisted. "The protection of the environment must be made a priority ahead of mining and all... 

Casspir mine-protected vehicle continues to enjoy market success

By: Keith Campbell     21st July 2017 South African State-owned defence industrial group Denel announced early this month that 21 of its Casspir NG2000 mine protected vehicles were ready for handing over to an African customer, completing an order for 45 of the vehicles. The first batch of 24 was delivered to the customer in December... 

Community consultation prompted to enter the digital era

     21st July 2017 Global consulting engineering expert Aurecon communication and stakeholder engagement global lead Kylie Cochrane posits that it is time that the project approval and community consultation process step squarely into the digital age, for the benefit of all. 

Computational fluid dynamic simulation in steam and power generation plants

By: Nica Schreuder     21st July 2017 Numerical modelling of bulk processes using computer-based models provides a quicker and more beneficial method than manual calculations for complex steam generation systems 

Joburg Property Company showcases city’s heritage

By: David Oliveira     21st July 2017 In a R60-million renovation project, the former post office on Rissik street is being restored to its former glory as one of Johannesburg’s stand-out heritage sites. During a media tour hosted by the Johannesburg Property Company (JPC) last month, Johannesburg-based Paradigm Architects principal... 

Taseko restarts Gibraltar mine

By: Henry Lazenby     20th July 2017 Base metals producer Taseko mines has restarted operations at its Gibraltar mine, in British Columbia, following a four-day hiatus as hundreds of wildfires ravaged the province’s interior. The TSX-listed company said on Wednesday that restarting the mine will help to limit interruption and keep... 

High standard of fire and security technology & services at Securex 2017 win the approval of decision makers

     19th July 2017 Securex 2017, held at Gallagher Convention Centre from 30 May to 1 June, again proved that it is Africa’s premier exhibition for sourcing security- and fire-related solutions all under one roof. With 121 local (75%) and 53 international exhibitors showcasing their solutions on 3 388 m2 of stand... 

MSA Africa, Africa Fire Mission donate essential firefighting equipment

     19th July 2017 MSA Africa has teamed up with Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) Africa Fire Mission and High Pressure Systems (HPS) to donate essential firefighting equipment to Machakos County in Kenya. The latest donation of an advanced, energy-efficient Bauer compressor to fill Self-Contained Breathing... 

Lesedi Nuclear Services Nelson Mandela Day

     18th July 2017 To celebrate Nelson Mandela day, Lesedi staff will be devoting their time and efforts to provide warm meals to more than 500 poverty stricken residents in the communities of Atlantis and Joe Slovo Park in the Western Cape. Lesedi believes it is important to give back to disadvantaged communities... 

Chamber wins round one in battle against mining charter

By: Martin Creamer     14th July 2017 In what is a clear first round victory for the Chamber of Mines of South Africa against the errant Department of Mineral Resources (DMR), Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has agreed to suspend the implementation of the controversial Mining Charter Three until after the High Court has... 

Advanced grid protection system beneficial for African market

By: Robyn Wilkinson     14th July 2017 Power protection solutions provider Swedish Neutral will exhibit its Ground Fault Neutraliser (GFN) earth fault protection system at this year’s POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, taking the opportunity to highlight the protection benefits that the system can offer power grids with an unreliable... 

Engineering firm appointed for Umhlanga development

By: David Oliveira     14th July 2017 Multidisciplinary engineering firm Arup announced last month that it had been appointed to supply multidisciplinary engineering services to the iconic mixed-use office and retail development Park Square, in Umhlanga New Town Centre, Kwa-Zulu Natal.  The project is being developed by financial... 

Malawi central bank seeks forex reporting system

By: Marcel Chimwala     14th July 2017 Malawi's central bank is inviting bids for the supply, installation and commissioning of a cross-border foreign exchange reporting system (CFERS) and for the supply and installation of a transformer and ring main unit. The bank is also looking to appoint a contractor to supply, install and... 

University library, student resources building wins prestigious award

By: Mia Breytenbach     14th July 2017 The Sol Plaatje University library and student resources building project, in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape, has been awarded the 2017 Fulton Concrete Award in the buildings greater than three storeys category at the 2017 biennial Fulton Awards, hosted by the Concrete Society of South Africa... 

Taseko scales back Gibraltar ops as BC wildfires complicate employee commutes

By: Henry Lazenby     13th July 2017 Base metals producer Taseko Mines has scaled back mining and milling operations at its cornerstone Gibraltar mine, in response to the severe wildfire conditions in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. The Vancouver-based company reported that despite there not being any fires in the immediate... 

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... 

Fires hit Canada lumber mills, get close to Kinder pipeline

By: Bloomberg     11th July 2017 Wildfires in British Columbia have forced Canadian lumber mills to shut and were edging closer to a Kinder Morgan Inc. oil pipeline as hot, dry weather sparked blazes across swathes of western Canada and the U.S. Norbord Inc., the largest North American producer of oriented strand board used in... 

Imperial’s Mount Polley mine impacted by BC wildfires

By: Henry Lazenby     11th July 2017 Base metals miner Imperial Metals has significantly reduced operations at its Mount Polley openpit copper/gold mine, in the Williams Lake area of British Columbia, as about 17 ‘wildfires of note’ posing a threat to public safety, rage in four of the province’s six fire management centres. Many of... 

Banro’s Namoya employees return to work after militia violence shuts mine

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     7th July 2017 Dual-listed Banro Corporation on Friday said mining staff at its Namoya gold operations, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), have returned to work, following a precautionary evacuation earlier this week. On Monday, fighting between the Congolese army and a local militia forced the miner to... 

First
Prev
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Last

Latest News

more

Latest Videos

more

About

Engineering News is a product of Creamer Media.
www.creamermedia.co.za

Other Creamer Media Products include:
Mining Weekly
Research Channel Africa
Polity

Read more

Subscriptions

We offer a variety of subscriptions to our Magazine, Website, PDF Reports and our photo library.

Subscriptions are available via the Creamer Media Store.

View store

Advertise

Advertising on Engineering News is an effective way to build and consolidate a company's profile among clients and prospective clients. Email advertising@creamermedia.co.za

View options
Subscribe Now for $119 Close