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Barloworld H1 profits, revenue rise on higher Southern African, Russian equipment sales

By: Marleny Arnoldi     21st May 2018 Despite a weaker first quarter, the global economy remains on track to show solid growth for 2018 in both developed and emerging markets, while South Africa’s economic outlook is also improving, benefiting multinational Barloworld. The company on Monday reported a 14.2% year-on-year increase in... 

Coega investor becomes SA’s second biggest truck exporter

18th May 2018 R600 million investment at Coega SEZ bearing fruits First Automotive Works, also known as FAW, has moved three places up the rank from fifth to a top two position behind the Volvo group. 

Gauteng to incorporate drones into its infrastructure project monitoring

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th May 2018 Following a fruitful pilot project, the Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development (GDID) will be developing its own policy on the use of drones as a monitoring tool during the construction of public projects facilitating site visits, troubleshooting and intervention, if required. With a... 

Construction starts on mixed-use precinct, Barloworld Logistics HQ in Irene

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th May 2018 Property developers Abland, Giflo Develoments and SOM have started work on a new mixed-use precinct called Irene Boulevard, in the south of Pretoria. This site will become the new four-star rated green headquarters of industrial company Barloworld Logistics, which will be vacating its offices in... 

Arup Logistics Specialist Wins Saice 2018 Chairman’s Award

17th May 2018 Gerard de Villiers, logistics specialist at Arup in SA, was awarded the 2018 Chairman’s Award for outstanding professional contribution to the Transportation Engineering Division of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE), at a luncheon held recently in Johannesburg. “It is an... 

Rik Rhino 

17th May 2018 South African technical security and surveillance solutions specialist Rik Rhino Surveillance was started in 2011 to help eradicate the terror of rhino poaching by supplying anti-rhino poaching projects in wildlife reserves with scouting trail cameras. These cameras are equipped with motion... 

R3bn Rosslyn Hub to create 160 000 jobs

By: Nadine James     16th May 2018 The R3-billion mixed-use Rosslyn Hub development was launched at the African Smart Cities Summit, co-located with the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo, at the Gallagher Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, on Wednesday. The Rosslyn Hub is a crucial step towards the creation of the... 

Santova achieves 13.5% organic profit growth in line with strategic focus

By: Schalk Burger     16th May 2018 JSE-listed logistics company Santova grew its profit by 13.5% to R71.3-million for the financial year ended February 28, from R62.8-million in 2017, with the performance of the group having been “purely organic,” the company said on Wednesday. This is the result of a strategic choice focused... 

Radebe sees energy contributing $25bn to South Africa’s $100bn investment target

By: Terence Creamer     16th May 2018 Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says one-quarter, or $25-billion, of South Africa's newly announced five-year investment target of $100-billion could be met through investments in new energy projects, including a possible new greenfield crude oil refinery and a gas pipeline linking South Africa to... 

Gordhan outlines his plan for the ‘recapture’ of South Africa’s SoCs

16th May 2018 The full text of Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan’s Budget Vote speech to Parliament on May 15. In it, the Minister warns that it has become evident that several State-owned companies (SOCs) will not be able to trade and borrow their way out of their financial difficulties and that some... 

Semi-automatic logistics solution for Germany's largest noodle factory

15th May 2018   Process reliability thanks to EKS 215a automated order picker Compact warehouse with shuttle system for efficient use of space Logistics interface communicates between trucks and the Warehouse Management System Hamburg/Erfurt: Jungheinrich is building a semi-automatic finished goods warehouse... 

enX subsidiaries post satisfactory performance in six months to February 28

By: Simone Liedtke     14th May 2018 Diversified industrial group enX’s Eqstra Industrial Equipment (EIE) and Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics (EFML) operations performed satisfactorily in the six months to February 28, enX reported on Monday. Group revenue for the six-month period ended February 28, increased to R3.6-billion,... 

TPT continues to strive for greater efficiency at Durban port

By: Shirley le Guern     11th May 2018 The Port of Durban has come a long way but it is not yet where Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) wants it to be, CE Nozipho Sithole told delegates attending the Transport Forum Special Interest Group gathering, held at the former Durban Maritime School of Excellence, this week.  “I’m not sure how... 

A-OSH EXPO 2018 exhibitors gearing up for show

11th May 2018 As the continent’s leading occupational health and safety (OHS) show draws closer, it’s all systems go for this year’s exhibitors as they work on the finishing touches for their stands and marketing plans. Whatever your interest in the OHS arena, there is something for everyone at A-OSH EXPO... 

Equites reports strong FY18 distribution growth

By: Marleny Arnoldi     10th May 2018 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Equites Property achieved 12.2% year-on-year growth in distributions a share to R1.23 for the financial year ended February 28 – cementing the company’s record of strong distribution that exceeds full year guidance.  

General improvement in business, investor confidence good for Imperial

By: Simone Liedtke     10th May 2018 While it is still early days, the advent of new political leadership in South Africa has given rise to a general improvement in business and investor confidence, which is expected to benefit JSE-listed Imperial Holdings. The group warns, however, that despite the World Bank and Standard & Poor’s... 

Butcherbird proves up for Montezuma

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th May 2018 A scoping study into the Butcherbird manganese project, in Western Australia, has indicated an economically and technically viable project, owner Montezuma Mining said. The company told shareholders that the scoping study supported Montezuma’s aim to complete feasibility study work at the... 

Building a Better Supply Chain in Africa

9th May 2018 Dustin Homer, Director: Client Solutions at Fraym It’s well known in the logistics and supply chain game that the last mile of a shipment’s journey is inevitably the most expensive – possibly accounting for over 50% of total delivery costs, according to a 2016 report by McKinsey. 

Tshwane’s First Steps Towards Becoming Africa’s Automotive Capital to be Unveiled at the

9th May 2018 African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo and African Smart Cities Summit Rosslyn Hub, a R3-billion, mixed use development that will catalyse the city of Tshwane to become the automotive capital of Africa is set to be launched at the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo on... 

UD Trucks aims to offer fully electric, autonomous trucks towards 2030

By: Irma Venter     8th May 2018 UD Trucks has joined the global pursuit to develop fully electric and self-driving trucks. The group launched a road map, called Fujin & Raijin, Vision 2030, that aims to deliver fully-electric and autonomous trucks over the next 12 years. 

The Strategic Future Of Recruitment In South Africa

7th May 2018 If nothing changes, nothing changes – or so the saying goes. In order to grow and continue to offer valuable services to their customers, South African companies need to roll with the times and evolve the way in which they do business to meet the needs of a diverse and ever-changing market. As a... 

Grindrod confirms planned June listing for shipping business

By: Anine Kilian     7th May 2018 JSE-listed Grindrod has confirmed the planned separate listing of its shipping division on the Nasdaq, and a secondary listing on the JSE, for June. Subject to approval by Grindrod shareholders at a meeting to be held on June 4, Grindrod Shipping will list in the Industrial-Transportation... 

Transforming an informal settlement in South Africa into a modern city

4th May 2018 Transforming an informal settlement into a fully-fledged urban development requires extensive planning and integration of infrastructure. This was the major problem faced by the City of Johannesburg’s Housing Department when it embarked on a long-term project to develop Elias Motsoaledi. Named... 

Court upholds TNPA's decision on new lessee for Mossel Bay premises

By: African News Agency      4th May 2018 The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) said it had issued a notice to the Mossel Bay Yacht Club to vacate its port premises by the end of May in line with a high court order. The club had unsuccessfully asked the court to overturn a decision by the ports authority to award a lease tender... 

Transnet chair resigns on eve of meeting with government 

By: African News Agency      4th May 2018 The chairperson of Transnet, Linda Mabaso, has resigned with immediate effect, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday. Mabaso's resignation comes on the eve of a shareholder meeting called by Gordhan for Friday.  

Ford’s new CEO tackles brand revitalisation in wake of Kuga recall

By: Irma Venter     4th May 2018 Ford Motor Company of South Africa (FMCSA) will lure South Africans back to the blue oval not with special deals or big promises, but by the steadfast improvement of every customer interface. When former CEO Jeff Nemeth departed FMCSA in 2017, he did so at the end of a seven-year tenure, and in... 

Ford’s new CEO tackles brand revitalisation in wake of Kuga recall

By: Irma Venter     4th May 2018 Ford Motor Company of South Africa (FMCSA) will lure South Africans back to the blue oval not with special deals or big promises, but by the steadfast improvement of every customer interface. When former CEO Jeff Nemeth departed FMCSA in 2017, he did so at the end of a seven-year tenure, and in... 

Personalised Experiences, Neighbourhood ‘Live Sites’ And Temporary Venues Help Create More Inclusive, Cost-Effective Olympic Games Predicts Arup

3rd May 2018 Design, engineering and consulting firm Arup, has been involved in some of the best-known sporting destinations from the Singapore Sports Hub, through to the Bird’s Nest Stadium and Water Cube in Beijing and many of the venues and long-terms plans for London 2012 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic... 

Airbus commissions Imperial Logistics to procure, supply tools

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd May 2018 Aeronautics company Airbus has hired logistics service provider Imperial Logistics to procure and distribute metal cutting tools such as milling cutters, drills and countersinks for its German production facilities.  

Exhibition tailored for the African market

By: Melissa Zisengwe     27th April 2018 The third edition of the bauma CONEXPO AFRICA, held from March 13 to 16, 2018 was a reflection of the African market and an opportunity to showcase products and new technology suited to different construction equipment segments for the African market, says Messe München MD Stefan Rummel. The... 

Chill out with Maxiflex at FRIGAIR 2018

26th April 2018 “With cold chain forming the biggest part of our industry, Frigair presents us with the perfect platform to showcase our range of product solutions specifically tailored to freezer and cold storage environments,” says Bram Janssen, Managing Director of Maxiflex, South Africa’s market leader in... 

Barloworld to sell Iberian equipment business, shares hit

By: Reuters     25th April 2018 Barloworld will sell its underperforming Iberian equipment business to privately-owned Italian group Tesa following a strategic review. Shares in the equipment, car rental and logistics provider fell more than 7% after Wednesday's announcement, in which Barloworld said the overall proceeds of the... 

Teck profit rises on strong copper, zinc price and volume gains

By: Henry Lazenby     24th April 2018 Higher copper and zinc prices and improved copper sales volumes that were driven by higher output, have contributed to lift Canada’s largest diversified miner’s first-quarter profit by 15%, the company announced on Tuesday. Adjusted profit attributable to shareholders, which typically excludes... 

Commuter bus firm Hosken lists on the JSE

By: Nadine James     24th April 2018 Commuter transport company Hosken Passenger Logistics and Rail, which operates the Golden Arrow bus service, on Tuesday became the second company this year to list on the JSE’s main board.  Welcoming Hosken to the exchange, JSE primary markets head Prejelin Naggan said that the listing should... 

Bald Hill hauls first concentrate

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th April 2018 The Bald Hill lithium and tantalum mine, in Western Australia, has hauled its first spodumene concentrate, one month after first concentrate was produced. Joint venture partners Tawana Resources and Alliance Mineral Assets on Tuesday reported that an initial shipment of 3 250 t of spodumene... 

Jungheinrich: "Your Connection To Success"

23rd April 2018 Largest exhibitor at CeMAT 2018 Intralogistics 4.0 is lived daily at Jungheinrich 

Southern African Supply Chain Association Joins Global Initiative To Transform Public Health Supply Chains

23rd April 2018 Leading Southern African supply chain association SAPICS has been appointed a board member of “People that Deliver”, a global initiative that aims to improve health outcomes by promoting sustainable workforce excellence in health supply chain management. “We are very proud to have this... 

Gold Road/Gold Fields JV flags Gruyere delay, possible cost increases

By: Esmarie Iannucci     23rd April 2018 The Gruyere gold project, in Western Australia, is likely to be late in delivering its first gold, project developers Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields have warned, with the companies also flagging possible cost increases. The joint venture (JV) partners said on Monday that the abnormal... 

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