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Defence bidders will be brave to renege – Armscor

By: System Author     4th June 1999 South Africa’s defence procurement agency, Armscor, is convinced that there is no way for the preferred suppliers of R30-billion-worth of defence equipment to renege on their industrial participation promises. It is also firm in its view that the country is not being over-charged for the... 

Vehicle tracking gains interest

By: System Author     28th May 1999 LOCAL expertise in vehicle tracking and fleet management is making an international impact, with requests for a homegrown fleet management system flowing in from Germany, Australia, Eastern Europe, Russia and Francophone Africa. Siemens Mobile Networks in South Africa head Paul McKibbin says the... 

Software giant forges greater alliance

By: System Author     28th May 1999 SOFTWARE company Systems Applications and Products (SAP) Southern Africa (SA) has forged closer relationships with two leading SAP R/3 consulting and implementation houses as part of a programme to ensure customer access to the best implementation skills available. Deloitte Consulting and... 

Simulation tool designed for inland refinery

By: System Author     28th May 1999 South Africa’s only inland oil refinery, National Refiners of South Africa (Natref), could save thousands of rands in running costs following the installation of a simulation model for the effective planning of shutdowns and transfer capacities between units. The logistics tool was... 

Secure data-integrity system is designed

By: System Author     28th May 1999 Industrial information systems supplier Keops Isis, of Centurion, Gauteng, has been contracted to design and implement a data-integrity system (DIS) for Sasol. The petrochemical company required an integrated system that would ensure the overall data integrity of production data at one of its... 

R1,2bn IT outsourcing

By: System Author     28th May 1999 An agreement valued at about R1,2-billion for the purchase of the assets and goodwill of Sasol’s information technology (IT) division has been signed with Q Data Consulting, the professional services division of PQ Africa. This comprehensive outsourcing agreement, which will span ten years,... 

Petchem giant seeks to defy muted market

By: System Author     28th May 1999 How did the group’s performance in 1998 compare to that of 1997, and which factors influenced this performance? In the light of the low to lacklustre international prices for crude oil and many chemicals, the group performed well during its 1998 financial year to June last year compared... 

Company ups exports to the Pacific Rim area

By: System Author     21st May 1999 Exports are at the top of the agenda for valve manufacturer Ainsworth Engineering, of Robertsham, Gauteng, with its marketing division taking a co-operative and proactive stance in the fight to bolster output volumes. Emperor Gold Mines’ Fijian operation is the recipient of the... 

Chemical transport facility upgrade

By: System Author     30th April 1999 THE multimillion-rand redevelopment of Cargo Carriers Tanker as a world-class chemical transport facility is proceeding according to plan. The company has become a signatory to ‘Responsible Care’ whose international standards are designed to achieve security and safety throughout the... 

R900 000 pump order for Kwazulu-Natal

By: System Author     30th April 1999 Twenty Isoglide vertical tank pump sets and spares valued at about R900 000 have been supplied to Bronx Engineering by Weir Envirotech for Huletts Aluminium in Kwazulu-Natal. The pump sets are ideal for the circulation of various process liquids in the paintshop and coil-coating lines, and the... 

Tailings-pump contract for diamond-mine

By: System Author     30th April 1999 In a world-first for Svedala, its South African pump division has landed a substantial contract with a diamond-mine in Botswana to supply a tailings-pump system comprising 30 pumps, pumps product manager Gary Moore tells Engineering News. He adds that the pumps should be commissioned towards the... 

Tax holiday U-turn

By: System Author     30th April 1999 THE South African government has dropped its controversial tax holiday incentive for investors in favour of a lower across-the-board company tax regime and a more ‘sophisticated’ package of support measures, Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin has confirmed. In some cases these... 

Steel processor secures 15-year gas supply

By: System Author     16th April 1999 A R25-million-a-year 15-year contract for the total gas requirements at Duferco Steel Processing in Saldanha Bay, Western Cape, has been awarded to industrial gas supplier Afrox. The joint-venture project between the Industrial Development Corporation and Swiss-based steel trader Duferco to... 

Exports stretch SA ports capacity

By: System Author     16th April 1999 Transport report Moving South Africa (MSA) has identified ‘significant problems’ with the alignment of local freight transport, especially with regard to its capacity to support the country’s value-added export strategy. In particular, the restructuring of South Africa’s... 

Special steel set to boost Newcastle works

By: System Author     19th March 1999 A breakthrough has been made in the production of special bar quality (SBQ) steel at Iscor’s Newcastle works in Kwazulu-Natal, which will see a boost in production of this high-value-added steel. A loss-making activity until February this year, SBQ steel production is now set to become a... 

R20-million contract for piping system

By: System Author     19th March 1999 A R20-million con- tract for the sup- ply and installation of an upgraded piping system at Mondi’s Richards Bay project has been awarded to Kentz, of Randburg, Gauteng. The contract was signed in November last year and is due to be completed by September, contingent on a successful shutdown... 

Firm reaping benefits of hi-tech tracking

By: System Author     12th March 1999 One of South Africa’s large sugar processors, Transvaal Sugar, is beginning to reap the benefits of the latest application for the Avonwood Eureka 411 fully-automated vehicle-identification and tracking technology. The system, which was commissioned in October last year, controls the... 

Poultry-products processor takes wing

By: System Author     12th March 1999 Continuing to prove its expertise in the meat-processing market, Marcam Solutions has announced that Cuddy International Corporation has purchased its Protean solution. Cuddy International is a London-based processor that supplies poultry products to many of the world’s leading fast-food... 

R4m capex at Gauteng yeast producer

By: System Author     12th March 1999 Yeast producer Yeastpro is rising to the occasion by embarking on yet another capital-investment project at its Industria, Gauteng, plant by replacing the yeast-cream storage tanks in its drying plant. The estimated R4-million project, which has already begun, is scheduled to be completed by the... 

Mill products software solution developed

By: System Author     5th March 1999 South Africa’s metals, forest products and textiles industries have been leading the way for their sectors globally in the enterprise software market. They have been working with world enterprise company SAP to further develop SAP’s core enterprise solution, R/3, making it more... 

Military logistics support

By: System Author     5th March 1999 Wholly-owned subsidiary of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed Log-Tek Holdings one of the largest integrated logistic support houses in the Southern hemisphere, Log-Tek has large military and commercial experience that positions it well to supply logistical support to the preferred suppliers... 

Sole African rights for Japanese instrumentation

By: System Author     5th March 1999 In a dramatic shift of loyalties, Kyoritsu, the Japanese instrumentation manufacturer, has granted sole rights for its product range in Africa to Elandsfontein, Gauteng, instrumentation distributor Major Tech. The ‘alliance’, a term coined by Major Tech MD Pat Shaw, was initiated in... 

Massive R1,2bn IT deal is clinched

By: System Author     12th February 1999 THE professional-services division of PQ Africa, Q Data Consulting, has purchased all the assets and goodwill of Sasol’s information technology (IT) division for an undisclosed sum in a comprehensive outsourcing agreement heralded as a strategic breakthrough for both companies. The... 

Automated goods flow

By: System Author     12th February 1999 A highly-automated flow of goods, cash and information through the entire supply chain is a prerequisite for success in today’s business environment, reports SAP Southern African logistics product manager Simon Carpenter. Studies by the Gartner Group in June 1997 show organisations spend up... 

New accreditation body raises its head

By: System Author     12th February 1999 In order to comply with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) Act, which states that no single body can provide accreditation and education, the South African Institute of Materials-Handling (SAIMH) has established the Centre for Logistics Excellence which will be the accredited... 

Supply-chain management event on the cards

By: System Author     12th February 1999 This year marks the twenty-first year that Sapics, the education society for supply-chain management, (previously known as the South African Production and Inventory Control Society), is holding its yearly conference and exhibition. Since 1976 the conference has been South Africa’s foremost... 

New centre set to lift training courses

By: System Author     12th February 1999 The South African Qualifications Authority Act of 1996 has resulted in the South African Institute of Materials-Handling splitting and forming the Centre for Logistics Excellence which, under the new law, will be the provider of education while the institute will accredit the courses, explains... 

SA rail-freight services repositioned

By: System Author     5th February 1999 Rail operator Spoornet is in the process of repositioning its freight rail services to align them with the needs of the customer, GM strategic marketing Herman Evert tells Engineering News. He explains that this means that there will, in all probability, be no large infrastructure developments... 

New training scheme for air force appies

By: Archivist     15th January 1999 The South African Air Force’s (SAAF’s) School of Logistics Training (SLT) has introduced a new training system based on that developed by the Swiss Pilatus company, manufacturer of the SAAF’s PC-7 Mark II Astra basic training aircraft. “We needed a training system which... 

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