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Press Office - Crane & Hoist Equipment SA

Crane & Hoist Equipment SA

Crane & Hoist Equipment SA is a specialist operation supplies new and refurbished tower cranes as well as construction hoists to the sub-Saharan markets.

The team at Crane & Hoist Equipment SA have extensive experience in this industry sector which include technical knowledge and the ability to provide sound technical product support to customers.

Established in late 2017, Crane Hire & Hoist Equipment SA has already proven itself and is fast becoming a leader in the lifting industry.

Contact details

Website : www.che-sa.co.za

Brenden Crous - +27 83 424 2658 / Brenden@che-sa.co.za

Louw Smit - +27 83 413 7524 / Louw@che-sa.co.za

Danie Roos - +27 82 853 8629 / danie@che-sa.co.za

 

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SEIFSA Cautiously Optimistic Following a Rebound in Metals and Engineering Sector Output in May.

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th July 2018 The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) is cautiously optimistic following the release of production data reflecting an increase in output in the Metals and Engineering (M&E) sector, despite a corresponding decline in business confidence and a volatile rand,... 

New vessel repair hub boosts local economy

12th July 2018 The new vessel repair facilities in the Port of PE were not only developed as a positive step towards a thriving vessel maintenance and marine engineering hub, but also to boost the local economy in the long term. With the final part of this R200 million project completed about a year ago, it is... 

Positive outlook for manufacturing in KZN

12th July 2018 According to jobs portal CareerJunction, in its index for the month of May 2018, the finance and manufacturing sectors have seen a recent upswing in hiring activity. This is a clear indication that the manufacturing sector could be entering a turnaround in fortune. In the National Development... 

New PE vessel repair slipway boosts local economy

By: Schalk Burger     11th July 2018 The R200-million vessel repair facility built at the Port of Port Elizabeth in recent years, is starting to generate a return on investment, says the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA). The facility was developed as a positive step towards a thriving vessel maintenance and marine... 

Johnson Crane Hire Now Offers Access Platforms, Telehandlers

10th July 2018 Extending its total lifting solution for customers, Johnson Crane Hire now offers an extensive fleet of access platforms and telescopic handlers from its branch network around South Africa. According to Steve Robson of Johnson Crane Hire’s business development executive, the new units were put in... 

Alternative solution for composite construction

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     6th July 2018 Construction industry supplier Hilti South Africa’s Hilti X-HVB system – an alternative composite deck shear connector – makes composite construction more convenient and cost effective, says Hilti South Africa head of engineering Christiaan Davel. Composite construction consists of a concrete... 

Bulgarian Subsidiary Grows European Market Share

5th July 2018 Condra Bulgaria Ltd, fledgling European subsidiary of South African crane manufacturer Condra, has received orders worth some €½-million in the past six months, and secured further contracts for the ongoing supply of end-carriages to crane manufacturers in England and Spain. The subsidiary’s... 

Cape dams half full, but too early to call for easing restrictions 

By: News24Wire      4th July 2018 Cape Town's dam levels rose to 50.3% on Tuesday as streams and rivers swollen with rain from the weekend's intense cold front, flowed into the storage dams. There is now double the amount of water in the city's supply dams than there was at this time last year, when the level stood at 25.1%. The... 

Southern Africa construction equipment rental market growing at 3% CAGR to reach $3,5m by 2024

2nd July 2018 According to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Southern Africa Construction Equipment Rental Market to exceed USD 3.5 billion by 2024. In Southern Africa construction industry, usage of rental services is a prevalent channel. A steady rise in the rental model has been... 

Philippine miners call for end of ban on big new projects

By: Reuters     27th June 2018 Philippine miners are urging the government to lift a six-year ban on new large-scale mining projects in the world's No. 2 nickel ore supplier after the state removed restrictions on fresh smaller ventures. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources said in a memorandum dated June 18,... 

First equipment brings relief to Ngqura port maintenance

By: Simone Liedtke     19th June 2018 The Port of Ngqura, located in Port Elizabeth, has received its first piece of maintenance equipment since the port became operational in 2009. Valued at about R1.8-million, a crane truck was specifically modified to meet the port’s unique requirements. 

Demag’s High Capacity Winch Cranes: Fast, Safe And Reliable

18th June 2018 Demag’s compact High Capacity Winches can handle loads of up to 500T. With its outstanding combination of size and lifting capacity the HCW creates a full range of solutions for power stations, shipyards and heavy mechanical engineering applications. By using them as tandem units, their lifting... 

CAR struggling to resume diamond exports, tax revenue lags

By: Reuters     18th June 2018 Despite a partial lifting of a ban on its diamond exports, the Central African Republic (CAR) is struggling to restore sales and seeing only a fraction of the tax revenue it once did, its mining minister said in an interview. As a member of the 81-nation Kimberley Process which certifies ethical... 

Senex and Jemena strike deal to fast-track project for east coast gas supply

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th June 2018 ASX-listed Senex Energy has struck an agreement with infrastructure operator Jemena to partner on the accelerated development of Project Atlas, in Queensland, to deliver first gas to the domestic market by late 2019. Under the agreement, Jemena will build, own and operate a gas processing... 

Mines chief inspector compiling report on Sibanye-Stillwater accidents – Mantashe

By: African News Agency      18th June 2018 The acting chief inspector of mines is compiling a report on all accidents that occurred at Sibanye-Stillwater mining operations since the beginning of this year, Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe said on Sunday. "This will enable us to take appropriate action, guided by the Mine Health... 

Diligence in selecting slab-construction methods saves costs in the long run

8th June 2018 Deciding on whether to use hollow-core slabs or rib-and-block systems to construct concrete floor slabs for residential projects cannot be taken lightly. Jaco de Bruin, CoreSlab’s managing director, therefore, urges homebuilders and their professional teams to exercise diligence in selecting... 

Energy efficiency could massively reduce global carbon emissions

8th June 2018 Renewable energy and energy efficiency are the cornerstone of the world’s solution to energy-related carbon emissions, and can provide over 90% of the energy-related carbon emission reductions required to keep global temperature rise to 2 °C above pre-industrial levels, says International... 

LME says looking at expanding eligibility for Rusal metal

By: Reuters     5th June 2018 The London Metal Exchange (LME) is working to see if it can expand access to Rusal's aluminium, which is under suspension due to US sanctions, but the exchange needs to be cautious, Chief Executive Matthew Chamberlain said on Tuesday. "We are working very closely with all the parties involved to... 

Crane & Hoist Equipment SA Supplies Tower Cranes To WBHO

5th June 2018 An in-depth understanding of lifting solutions and in particular tower cranes has seen Crane & Hoist Equipment SA secure an order from WBHO for three used Potain tower cranes. Louw Smit, sales director of Crane & Hoist Equipment SA, says that when a company is adding to its tower crane fleet it... 

Govt foots gas plant refurbishment bill

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th June 2018 The federal government will award privately held Australian Gasfields A$2-million in funding to bring forward the refurbishment and restart of the Eromanga and Gilmore gas plants, in south west Queensland, by a year. The funding will come from the government’s A$26-million Gas Acceleration... 

Worldwide Orders Make For Bullish Mood

4th June 2018 Condra has received an order for a further overhead crane from Kamoto Copper Company, the copper and cobalt mine in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is the eighth machine to be ordered by Kamoto Copper from Johannesburg-headquartered Condra in just over a year and, like its... 

Atlas Copco QES generators - fast, reliable predictable power at the touch of a button

1st June 2018 Whether paralleling, load sharing or power exporting, Atlas Copco’s QES mobile generator range is the most practical predictable power choice offering the perfect balance between performance and affordability to seamlessly meet the standby power requirements of the general construction and rental... 

Wacker Neuson: two new excavators in the 3.5 ton class

25th May 2018 With the conventional excavator ET35 and the zero tail excavator EZ36 Wacker Neuson is presenting two new models in the 3.5 ton class. Time-tested and proven features of larger models were consistently developed further here. A completely new design and interior as well as additional outfitting... 

So simple, yet so versatile:

24th May 2018 The eT-Hover-modesty series of lifting devices by Eurotech has the right device for any application – at an economic price The vacuum lifting devices in the eT-Hover-modesty series by the vacuum specialist EuroTECH Vertriebs GmbH are used for lifting vacuum-tight, flat loads such as glass panes,... 

Top Industry Associations Align With KITE 2019

24th May 2018 Continuing education remains a top priority for many businesses in South Africa and provides employees with the opportunity to improve their on-job skills and knowledge. While longer-duration courses offer the most intensive tool for learning, the advantages of shorter seminar and conference... 

Innosun’s Namibian Wind Farm Lifted By Johnson Renew

18th May 2018 The Ombepo Wind Farm, the first wind farm to be constructed in Namibia, is situated just outside Luderitz, Southern Namibia and is designed to inject 5 MW into the national grid managed by NamPower, the national utility. The wind farm was built by InnoSun Energy Holdings (Pty) Ltd who secured the... 

You get nothing!

By: Riaan de Lange     18th May 2018 "You lose! Good day, sir!" The headline and the opening sentence are attributable to Willy Wonka, taken from the title role of the 1971 film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. You might well be more familiar with the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Towards the end of the film,... 

Cranes company upgrades equipment at power stations

18th May 2018 Crane manufacturer Konecranes Southern Africa is currently working on systematically upgrading lifting equipment at State-owned power utility Eskom’s different power stations. The upgrading of the equipment includes repairing equipment that has been misused and replacing equipment that is obsolete. 

Mind the gap: Can subway and landmine technologies save South African platinum?

By: Reuters     16th May 2018 Technologies used to carve subways and clear landmines are being retooled to mechanise South Africa's platinum mines, where an unforgiving geology has stymied such efforts at a huge cost. The technologies may make new mines profitable and could provide a lifeline for some loss-making shafts in a... 

Short spell of mining hope dashed – Lorimer

By: Martin Creamer     16th May 2018 The short spell of hope for South Africa’s beleaguered mining sector, which burst forth with the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President, has been dashed, Shadow Mineral Resources Minister James Lorimer said during the mineral resources budget debate. Applying the ‘learning nothing and... 

Pre-construction work gets under way at Nevada Copper’s promising Pumpkin Hollow

By: Henry Lazenby     11th May 2018 The proponent of what will probably be North America’s next new copper mine development, Nevada Copper, has signed a pre-works agreement with Cementation USA and secured key long-lead time items, further derisking the restart of construction of the company's fully permitted and shovel-ready... 

Refurbishments a cheaper alternative

By: Paige Müller     11th May 2018 Industrial equipment supplier the Goscor Group will showcase its Doosan Pro-5 series forklift refurbishments – aimed at providing the farming industry with quality lifting solutions at affordable prices – at this year’s Nampo Harvest Day. Goscor Rental Company sales manager Tanya Brummer tells... 

The Advantages Of Precast Concrete Wingwall Units

10th May 2018 Precast concrete products offer many known advantages and Rocla’s precast concrete wingwall units are no exception. Wingwall units are used at both the inlet and outlet of a pipe system in both culvert and stormwater applications. Precast wingwall units offer the client a faster installation... 

MTN’s Iran headaches return as US reimposes economic sanctions

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th May 2018 In the wake of fresh US sanctions against Iran, telecommunications group MTN will remain alert to the challenges of continuing the repatriation of its cash from 49%-owned MTN Irancell. The US on Tuesday withdrew from the multilateral Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreement and... 

Concor Buildings Delivering Fast Track Student Accommodation Project

9th May 2018 Concor Buildings is synonymous with delivering fast track projects to the desired quality, on time and most importantly within budget. Martin Muller, contracts manager at Concor Buildings, ascribes this characteristic as one of the reasons why the company secured the contract to construct the new... 

Hollow-Core Slabs Trump Rib-And-Block Systems In Limpopo

8th May 2018 Demand for hollow-core slabs continues to outstrip rib-and-block sales in-and-around Polokwane, and the lion’s share of this construction material is being supplied to the local residential construction market by precast concrete specialist, CoreSlab. The company manufactures these quality... 

Indian iron-ore production at 7-year high, but unsold low-grade stocks pile up

By: Ajoy K Das     8th May 2018 Indian iron-ore production has touched a seven-year high of 210-million tons during 2017/18, but industry is facing a piquant situation of a mounting stockpile of unsold carryover low grade iron-ore lumps and fines. Official state-wide production figures are yet to be compiled for last financial... 

Kirkland Lake triples Q1 headline earnings as sales, prices rise

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd May 2018 Midtier gold miner Kirkland Lake Gold has more than doubled its first-quarter earnings as higher output and revenue dovetailed with lower production costs and reduced depletion and depreciation costs, the company said on Wednesday. The Toronto-headquartered miner reported 201% year-on-year growth... 

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