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BBF Safety Group

BBF Safety Group (Pty) Ltd was born from a merger of some of the most respected safety footwear manufacturers in South Africa – Bagshaw Footwear, Beier Safety Footwear, Bronx Safety, United Frams and Wayne.

With a combined experience of more than 200 years in South Africa, BBF Safety Group (Pty) Ltd. understands the complexities and challenges facing our customers and is committed to constantly improving technical product leadership, performance, quality and enhancing the customer service experience.

BBF Safety Group offers some of the most recognised and trusted brands, such as Bova, Bronx Safety, Frams, Fuel, Lemaitre, Sisi and Wayne.

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Smart Warehousing and Distribution Systems: Cargo Carriers Is Open For Business

11th April 2018 JSE-listed supply chain specialist Cargo Carriers continues to diversify the logistics services it can offer. The company’s new warehousing and distribution arm includes integrated software tracking and management that reduces the cost to clients of stock-outs and overstocks. Cargo Carriers... 

Goal driven and competitive South African manufacturing can up the stakes in global competitiveness

28th March 2018 Manufacturing Indaba, the foremost Manufacturing event in sub-Saharan Africa and with its strategic partners, the dti and the Manufacturing Circle has grown exponentially, and now in its 5th year, is considered to be the leading manufacturing business platform. Manufacturing Indaba has relocated... 

BBF Safety Group

14th March 2018 BBF Safety Group is proud to have recently donated footwear to the students at Ray Mhlaba Skills Centre in Port Elizabeth. Ladies were provided with products from the Sisi Safety Footwear range, while Bova products were donated to the men. The Ray Mhlaba Skills Training Centre, an extension... 

Long-suffering South African manufacturing sector hoping to reap Ramaphosa dividend

By: Dylan Slater     2nd March 2018 Prior to the Valentine’s Day resignation of now former President Jacob Zuma, popular industry sentiment pointed towards a modestly better year for South Africa’s struggling manufacturing sector on the back of a recovery in gross domestic product (GDP) growth and higher commodity prices. However,... 

Long-suffering SA manufacturing sector hoping to reap Ramaphosa dividend

By: Dylan Slater     2nd March 2018 Prior to the Valentine’s Day resignation of now former President Jacob Zuma, popular industry sentiment pointed towards a better year in terms of manufacturing and gross domestic product (GDP) on the back of a recovering commodities market.  

Zimbabwe’s Agoa eligibility up for review this year

By: Terence Creamer     23rd February 2018 The US government will consider Zimbabwe’s eligibility for the trade benefits it extends under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) during 2018, the State Department’s acting director for economic and regional affairs Harry Sullivan said during a recent telephonic briefing of Africa... 

America to consider Zimbabwe’s eligibility for Agoa this year

By: Terence Creamer     13th February 2018 The US government will consider Zimbabwe’s eligibility for the trade benefits it extends under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) during 2018, the State Department’s acting director for economic and regional affairs Harry Sullivan said during a telephonic briefing on Tuesday. Since Agoa... 

Showcase of SA's manufacturing prowess to debut in 2019

By: Dylan Slater     2nd February 2018 To showcase the best South Africa has to offer in terms of local manufacturing and South African-produced capital equipment, capital equipment manufactures lobby group the South African Capital Equipment Exporters Council (Saceec) has partnered with exhibition organisers Specialised Exhibitions... 

Recycling rate increases, boding well for environment

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th January 2018 The latest plastics recycling figures released by industry body Plastics South Africa (Plastics SA) indicate that South Africans are recycling more plastics than before, which bodes well for local environmental sustainability.  

BBF Safety Group Recognises the Bright Stars

23rd November 2017 On 9 November 2017, BBF Safety Group hosted customers in Johannesburg for its annual year-end celebration. On the evening, themed “The Future is Bright”, the BBF Safety Group leadership team set the agenda for a 2018 characterised by growth, diversification and a bullish outlook on the workplace... 

MSA acquires US firefighter protective clothing, boot manufacturer

3rd November 2017 MSA has acquired Globe, a US manufacturer of firefighter protective clothing and boots. The acquisition of Globe strengthens MSA’s position as a clear market leader in North America for fire-service Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) products. Combined with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus... 

Fostering innovation will put South Africa on a higher growth trajectory

By: Schalk Burger     3rd November 2017 Harnessing the potential of innovation through an improved business climate for startups, skilled immigration, trade facilitation and competition in information and communication technology (ICT), as well as easier access to research and development (R&D) tax incentives, would significantly help... 

Fostering innovation will put South Africa on a higher growth trajectory

By: Schalk Burger     3rd November 2017 “Harnessing the potential of innovation through an improved business climate for startups, skilled immigration, trade facilitation, competition in information and communication technology, as well as easier access to research and development tax incentives would significantly help to create jobs... 

I can’t explain – you would not understand

By: Riaan de Lange     6th October 2017 If anything, I have, in the words of Pink Floyd, “become comfortably numb”. My thoughts are miles away as I wonder through the Victoria & Albert, or the V&A. No, not the V&A Waterfront, in Cape Town. Come to think of it, how does that colonial designation endure? I am at the Pink Floyd: Their... 

BBF Safety Group Announces Acquisition of Quality Safety

22nd September 2017 Latest acquisition supports company’s vision of becoming a leading workplace safety solutions provider DURBAN, 15th September 2017 – BBF Safety Group today announced its acquisition of Quality Safety, a local manufacturer of personal and general protective equipment (PPE). Through the... 

DTI to assist black industrialists find a market in Uganda

By: Anine Kilian     28th August 2017 The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will take a group of black industrialists on an outward trade mission to Uganda from September 18 to 23 to assist them in the search for a market for their products.   The mission will include export-ready black industrialists operating in the economic... 

SA Businesspeople Depart For Mozambique Brimming With Optimism

28th August 2017 A 20-member business delegation departs for Mozambique today where their companies will showcase their products and services in the 53rd edition of the Maputo International Trade Fair, commonly known as FACIM which is taking place from Monday 28 August to 3 September 2017. FACIM is an... 

Sunflowers, Smiles and Safety Shoes

15th August 2017 Sisi campaign showcases and celebrates the hard-working women of South Africa Every August, South Africans commemorate Women’s Month, a month dedicated to celebrating the role of women and the incredible contributions they make to society. In 2017, the theme for Women’s Month is “The Year of OR... 

Eco Friendly Entrance Matting Launched

10th August 2017 With a global shift towards green thinking and environmentally friendly products Matco, the entrance matting brand of Coba Africa, is excited to announce the launch of their new eco-friendly Treadwell entrance matting. Using state-of-the-art recycling technology, tyres and belt material is... 

Booming end-user industries and adoption of premium footwear will drive new growth opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Visionary Science team

10th August 2017 The Western European protective footwear market continues to pick up pace, driven by technology advancements and end-user preference for comfortable, aesthetically appealing, ergonomically designed, lightweight footwear that offer mandated protection levels. Iberia will be a hotspot while... 

BBF Safety Group Acquires Pinnacle OSH Holdings

10th July 2017 Acquisition supports company’s expansion to compete in the Occupational Safety and Health Services market   BBF Safety Group has announced its acquisition of Pinnacle OSH Holdings, a provider of Occupational Safety and Health services. The acquisition is strategically well aligned and... 

South African economy enters recession as Q1 GDP contracts 0.7% 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     6th June 2017 South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) contracted by 0.7% in the first quarter of the year, pushing the country in a technical recession. This followed on the 0.3% contraction in GDP in the fourth quarter of last year. 

Opportunities from the Indian Ocean Rim

By: Riaan de Lange     24th March 2017 Indian Ocean Rim Association Well, this certainly is a blast from the past. It was a long time ago. I had just joined the then South African Chamber of Business (Sacob) – on March 1, 1995 – and, within a few days, I was jetting off to Mauritius. I thought that I had hit the big time, and yes, the... 

Ballito Junction Regional Mall will raise the KZN fashion stakes 

7th March 2017 The much-anticipated opening of Ballito Junction Regional Mall will introduce a sensational assortment of stylish new shopping for the fashion-forward Dolphin Coast. Ballito Junction will open on Thursday, 23 March, with a strong focus on fashion and accessory brands - from the cool casual of... 

BASF at AALF 2017 in Addis Ababa: Sustainable solutions for future market challenges for the footwear industry

2nd March 2017 New Elastopan® PU systems for casual, safety- and working shoes as well as sports shoes and Elastollan® TPU solutions for freedom of design The BASF DryFast Beamhouse System takes advantage of today’s technological innovation to provide sustainable solutions in leather production. This year,... 

Ethiopia awards contracts for building of two more industrial parks

By: John Muchira     10th February 2017 Ethiopia has awarded contracts for the construction of two industrial parks as it pushes ahead with efforts to become a continental light manufacturing powerhouse. This comes only a few months after the commissioning the largest industrial park in Africa, which covers an area of 1.3-million... 

EDD transactions adds R10.8bn to local economy

By: Ilan Solomons     21st December 2016 Settlements concluded during the year by the Economic Development Department (EDD) has resulted in R10.8-billion being released back into the local economy. This included, among others, settlements with beer and cider giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), carbonated soft drink producer Coca-Cola... 

Kensa free trade zone to boost intraregional trade

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     25th October 2016 The establishment of a free trade zone between Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa (Kensa) – the four largest economies on the continent – will drive intraregional trade and exports. Speaking at a Team Export South Africa workshop in Midrand, on Tuesday, Department of Trade and Industry... 

Competition Commission raids cargo shipping companies

28th September 2016 The Competition Commission on Wednesday conducted a search and seizure operation at the premises of six cargo shipping companies in the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.   The commission said it suspects that Hamburg Sud South Africa, Maersk South Africa, Safmarine, Mediterranean Shipping Company,... 

DTI calls for more to be done to boost local manufacturing

By: Shirley le Guern     16th August 2016 Significant successes characterise the national industrial effort but much more needs to be done to achieve the required scale and a higher impact industrial policy, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) chief director Nigel Gwynne-Evans told delegates at the Manufacturing Indaba, in Durban, on... 

Mega industrial park signals Ethiopia’s manufacturing intent

By: John Muchira     5th August 2016 Ethiopia has commissioned the largest industrial park in Africa, signalling its intention to become one of Africa’s manufacturing hubs. The Horn of Africa nation, which is among the fastest-growing economies in the world, recently unveiled the Hawassa industrial park, which is core to its efforts... 

Mega industrial park signals Ethiopia’s manufacturing intent

By: John Muchira     5th August 2016 Ethiopia has commissioned the largest industrial park in Africa, signalling its intention to become one of Africa's manufacturing hubs. The Horn of Africa nation, which is among the fastest-growing economies in the world, recently unveiled the Hawassa industrial park, which is core to its efforts... 

Kbac’s New Bolon Flooring For Mall Of Africa Store

18th July 2016 KBAC Flooring supplied woven vinyl floor covering by the internationally acclaimed Swedish company, Bolon, for the footwear area of the new Woolworths store in the Mall of Africa in Midrand, the largest single-phase shopping centre yet built in South Africa. KBAC Flooring was earlier this year... 

Black Industrialists programme to unlock barriers in manufacturing sector 

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th June 2016 The Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI’s) Black Industrialists (BI) programme would break down the barriers to entry for black-owned and -managed firms in South Africa’s manufacturing sector, acting chief director for the BI programme Takalani Tambani said on Wednesday. Addressing delegates... 

Limited shop space available as retailers flock to Springs Mall

28th June 2016 Springs Mall at Blue Crane Eco Park is already over 90% let some eight months before it opens in 2017, when it will introduce a retail experience unlike anything on Gauteng’s East Rand. The 48,000sqm world-class new regional mall asset under development in Springs, Ekurhuleni, represents a... 

Incentives must remain crucial part of SA’s industrial policy arsenal

By: Duane Newman     3rd June 2016 I was heartened to hear Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies confirming the importance of investment incentives when he unveiled the latest iteration of government’s Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) earlier this month. 

Emira expands its retail footprint and upgrades its centres

5th May 2016 Emira Property Fund continues to grow value in its retail property portfolio, investing over R250 million in acquiring new centres and upgrading its shopping centres. The leading JSE-listed REIT (real estate investment trust) is already reaping the rewards of its investment in retail properties... 

Cabinet approves latest Ipap iteration

By: Anine Kilian     29th April 2016 Cabinet has approved the Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) 2016/17 to 2018/19, which seeks to achieve a higher-impact industrial policy in difficult economic circumstances, including the difficulties faced by the domestic steel industry and the drought which has impacted on the agriculture... 

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