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Goscor Forklift

Goscor Lift Truck Company, a division of Goscor Group of Companies has been providing best practice forklift and industrial warehousing equipment solutions to the market since 1984. Our range of world-class, quality forklifts and materials handling equipment from leading suppliers  Crown, Doosan, Bendi, Hubtex and now more recently Taylor-Dunn, have resulted in GLTC becoming one of the leading industrial warehousing equipment suppliers in the materials handling industry in South Africa. We operate through a head office in Johannesburg and have fully equipped branches strategically situated in all major centres. With passionate factory trained staff and a successful track record, GLTC should be your first choice warehousing solutions service provider.

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Goscor Group to showcase agricultural solutions at NAMPO 2017

     25th April 2017 Industrial equipment supplier the Goscor Group, a part of Industrial Services Holdings (InServe), will have a major presence at Grain SA's NAMPO Harvest Day 2017 from 16 to 19 May near Bothaville in the Free State. Last year the 50th anniversary of the annual four-day event attracted a record 75... 

Container handling equipment well suited to African market

By: Nadine James     14th April 2017 Container handling equipment solutions provider Mobicon Systems’ mini straddle carriers have achieved significant success in African markets, specifically because of their low maintenance requirements, which ensure consistent functionality with minimal technical support, says materials handling... 

South Africa’s hydrogen fuel cell programme making steady progress

By: Keith Campbell     14th April 2017 The Department of Science and technology (DST) is pleased with the progress being made by the Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) research, development and innovation (RDI) programme. This is a natural resources beneficiation project, aimed at increasing the market for the country’s platinum reserves by... 

South Africa’s hydrogen fuel cell programme making steady progress

By: Keith Campbell     13th April 2017 The Department of Science and Technology (DST) is pleased with the progress being made by the Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) research, development and innovation (RDI) programme. This is a natural resources beneficiation project aimed at increasing the market for the country’s platinum reserves by... 

Platinum beneficiation champion poised to launch fuel cell components plant

By: David Oliveira     31st March 2017 South Africa’s much-spoken-about platinum beneficiation drive is poised to receive some sorely needed impetus later this year, when Isondo Precious Metals’ (IPM’s) fuel cell component manufacturing plant arrives in the country. The best-in-class plant, designed and built by German coating... 

Platinum beneficiation champion poised to launch fuel cell components plant

By: David Oliveira     31st March 2017 South Africa’s much anticipated platinum beneficiation drive is about to start, following the arrival of local beneficiation company Isondo Precious Metals’ (IPM’s) fuel cell component manufacturing plant, which is expected to arrive in the country later this year. The new best in class plant,... 

Cape Town to take delivery of 11 electric buses by year-end

By: Irma Venter     24th March 2017 Cape Town’s fleet of eleven electric buses are scheduled for arrival by the end of 2017, “operating by the beginning of 2018, or sooner”, says Cape Town Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) commissioner Melissa Whitehead. The buses will be supplied by Chinese green energy firm BYD, in... 

Cape Town’s e-buses to arrive at end 2017; e-bus plant on track 

By: Irma Venter     28th February 2017 Cape Town’s fleet of eleven electric buses are scheduled for arrival by the end of 2017, “operating by the beginning of 2018, or sooner”, says Cape Town Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) commissioner Melissa Whitehead. The buses will be supplied by Chinese green energy firm BYD, in... 

Implats invests in fuel cells to power refinery

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     7th February 2017 Platinum group metals producer Impala Platinum (Implats) has, through the installation of an 8 MW Doosan fuel cell plant, moved one step closer to taking its refinery, near Johannesburg, off-grid. The first phase of the project comprises 20 Doosan fuel cells, which use combined heat and power to... 

Group of companies receives recognised certification

     3rd February 2017 Equipment group of companies Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC), has been accredited by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with the 9001:2008 certificate demonstrating the company’s high levels of service, efficiency and product quality, says GLTC MD Darryl Shafto. 

Goscor Rental Company has record month

     24th January 2017 A fine year all-round has culminated in Goscor Rental Company (GRC) having its best month ever in November 2016 and according to GM Shaun Morton, the company’s success is a result of the team delivering world class service to its customers. GRC is a division of Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC),... 

Davos boosts platinum fuel cell outlook with hydrogen council launch 

By: Martin Creamer     18th January 2017 Hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) offer the most natural solution for emission-free vehicles, discharging only water and requiring negligible change to current driving and refuelling habits, which is why 13 leading energy, transport and industry companies this week chose Davos... 

Platinum marketing needs collaboration – Sibanye

By: Martin Creamer     12th December 2016 Platinum marketing is in urgent need of the correct coordination, collaboration and cooperation with immediate consideration needing to be given to encouraging, igniting and catalysing own-requirement growth. With gross metal demand having seen no growth in the last ten years, pressure on the... 

Platinum fuel cell passes competitive muster at Implats 

By: Martin Creamer     7th December 2016 Impala Platinum Refinery and its partners are in the last phase of financial close for the introduction of 8 MW of off-grid electricity from a platinum-catalysed fuel-cell system that will make use of natural gas from the Sasol grid. “We expect to get close and first flow of funds by March, with... 

On-The-Air (02/12/2016) 

By: Martin Creamer     2nd December 2016 Patrice Motsepe’s new bank is helping to fund a brand new mine being built in the Western Cape. The platinum price has plunged so low that many platinum mines have fallen into the red; and a top-level discussion on fuel cells to is due to take place at the CSIR next Friday. 

Toyota to launch fuel cell buses in 2017 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     25th November 2016 Toyota Motor Corporation on Friday said it would start selling fuel cell buses under the Toyota brand from early 2017. Having already undergone repeated field tests for practical use, the Bureau of Transportation of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government plans to use two of these fuel cell buses as... 

ICTSI Subic opens first CFS in Central Luzon

     14th November 2016 Subic Bay International Terminal Corporation recently opened its Dock Container Freight Station at the New Container Terminal 2 (NCT 2) of the Subic Bay Freeport in Zambales. Inaugurated last 7 November, the CFS is the first and only facility of its kind to serve the Central Luzon Market.... 

African Oxygen (Afrox) officially unveiled its flagship R60-million filling and engineering services hub at Riverhorse Valley to the north of Durban on Friday.

     28th October 2016 The 18 000 m² site is home to a one-stop-shop for Argoshield, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, helium, medical and food-grade gases, as well as portable cryogenic containers, Afrox MD Schalk Venter explained. African Oxygen (Afrox) has officially unveiled its flagship R60-million filling and engineering... 

Afrox opens R60m Riverhorse Valley hub

By: Shirley le Guern     24th October 2016 African Oxygen (Afrox) officially unveiled its flagship R60-million filling and engineering services hub at Riverhorse Valley to the north of Durban on Friday. The 18 000 m² site is home to a one-stop-shop for Argoshield, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, helium, medical and food-grade gases, as well as... 

Need for industry to reconsider production, storage and distribution

By: Sascha Solomons     21st October 2016 As large amounts of working capital continue to be tied up in high inventory levels, which is often paired with slow reaction times to market changes, beverage company Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) asserts that this prompts the warehousing and storage industry to reconsider the way in... 

Wide range offering increases client satisfaction

     21st October 2016 Industry-leading rigging capabilities combined with a full range of services from storage to a bond facility and custom-made crating, can ensure client satisfaction, says machine movers and rigging company Lovemore Bros. Lovemore Bros warehouse manager Willy Chetty  emphasises that offering a... 

Goscor makes leading dairy’s day

     11th October 2016 Goscor makes leading dairy’s day You may say that Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC), through its high quality product and service has made Dairy Day’s day! “We think very carefully about every capital investment,” says Dairy Day Warehousing General Manager, Stuart Dickson, “and after looking at a... 

Jacobs Capital & Vulindlela Holdings Invest in Summit Crane Hire

     21st September 2016 Durban based private equity investors, Jacobs Capital and Vulindlela Holdings, have purchased a majority stake in leading mobile crane hire company, Summit, for an undisclosed sum. The company, which is the market leader in the Western Cape and has a presence in the Eastern and Northern Cape, has... 

Polyflat belt an alternative to steel ropes

     9th September 2016 Technical rubber supplier ContiTech notes that the Polyflat can be used as an alternative to steel ropes in lifting and conveying technology as it extends service life, lasting up to three times longer than a comparable steel rope. The company details that the Polyflat consists of steel cords... 

Bidvest reports increase in trading profits amid challenging conditions

By: Anine Kilian     29th August 2016 JSE-listed Bidvest Group, which unbundled its food-services unit Bidcorp this year, has reported higher earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation, which rose 3.9% to R7.3-billion for the year ended June 30, amid a lower net debt, which fell to R5-billion from R7.8-billion. In... 

New crane truck launched at open day

By: Kimberley Smuts     19th August 2016 Fleet and specialised equipment provider Lovemore Bros launched its new 80 t/m crane truck at the company’s open day in June, with its second unit to be in production by the end of the year. The new 80 t/m crane truck has a narrow footprint and can fit into tight, restricted spaces with low... 

Manufacturing equipment locally proves to be beneficial

By: Sascha Solomons     12th August 2016 Following two years of research and preparing for the local manufacturing of new innovative materials handling equipment, Pretoria-based materials handling company Wuhlf started manufacturing last month and has reached full production. Engineering News reported in January that the company would... 

Truck company named Doosan dealer of the year

     12th August 2016 In a ceremony held at the Doosan factory, in Korea, in May, forklift supplier Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC) was awarded the Doosan Forklift Global Dealer of the Year 2015. While GLTC has won several awards for its performance over the years from Doosan, this is the first time they have won the... 

New technology tailored to clients’ needs

     24th June 2016 Tailored fluid solutions and line systems hose components supplier ContiTech has developed a high-temperature Conti Excelsus hose with external reinforcement which can be precisely tailored to relevant applications.  ContiTech explains that flexibility allows the new Conti Excelsus... 

Imperial aims for greener supply chains

     2nd June 2016 Supply chain and logistics leader Imperial Logistics has added impetus to its drive for greener supply chains with a two-pronged energy saving initiative that encompasses its transport fleet and warehouses, as well as innovative water saving, waste management and recycling drives.... 

Opinion Piece: Zero tolerance for alcohol in the warehousing environment

     23rd May 2016 Alcohol use and abuse in the workplace is a challenge across many sectors, but can be a particular problem in industries where employees need to deal with hazardous conditions or operate heavy machinery. The warehousing environment is one such industry, as employees must often work with and... 

On-The-Air (06/05/2016) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th May 2016 Great new strides were taken this week to put platinum fuel cells on the global map. The discovery of helium gas in the Free State has opened the way for major new investment. South Africa’s stressed iron-ore mines will benefit from this week’s Australian commitment to take its foot... 

Goscor Lift Truck Company appoints new dealer in Namibia

     13th April 2016 Leading materials handling equipment solutions provider Goscor Lift Truck Company has appointed Windhoek-based Barex Equipment as its new dealer in Namibia. Erich Bartsch, MD of Barex Equipment says he is delighted to have been given this opportunity to distribute such a world class range of... 

On-The-Air (08/04/2016) 

By: Martin Creamer     8th April 2016 Japan and South Africa are working on a solar plant that will produce hydrogen in this country for fuel cells. Government is intent on creating incentives for mines to benefit from investment in fuel cells. South Africa this week again demonstrated its capacity to build railway... 

On-The-Air (01/04/2016) 

By: Martin Creamer     1st April 2016 Platinum fuel cells hit a new high yesterday with a sensational launch in Ekurhuleni. Ghana led the way this week by boosting investor confidence in the West African country. Experts believe it will take another two years for the stuttering diamond industry to get back into sync 

Implats boosts fuel cell outlook at impressive launch 

By: Martin Creamer     31st March 2016 Platinum mining company Impala Platinum (Implats) on Thursday unveiled a hydrogen fuel cell forklift and hydrogen refuelling station in the presence of Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor and Gauteng Premier David Makhura at the Impala Refineries in Springs. The R12-million initiative,... 

IFOY Test Days 2016: jury tests nominated forklift and warehouse trucks

     29th February 2016 • International jury tests 13 forklifts, warehouse trucks and intralogistics solutions entered for the IFOY Award 2016 by six manufacturers. • BYD, Crown, Jungheinrich, SSI Schäfer, Still and Toyota Material Handling undergo the IFOY Test and "Innovation Check" over the course of one week. The... 

Meat warehouse receives efficient cold storage facility

     5th February 2016 Pork products supplier Lynca Meats has, since December, been able to streamline its storage, handling and distribution logistics without the need for double handling and storing through a third party.  

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