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Barloworld Power Rental is always on call for your standby, prime or emergency  power  hire needs. Our network of branches, people and machines ensure you will have uninterrupted power 24/7. From 15kVA to 2000kVA single units with the option of running generators in parallel, we are your one-stop call for all you rental power needs. We are the leading mobile lighting tower rental company in South Africa, with vast experience in the mining, construction, events and security industries. Our mobile lighting tower fleet is at your call for all your lighting needs. So whether your needs are small or large, we have a dedicated team to ensure that you are always powered up.

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Smart tyre for future urban fleets designed

     24th March 2017 Tyre manufacturer Goodyear unveiled the Goodyear IntelliGrip Urban concept tyre at the Geneva International Motor Show 2017, in Switzerland, on March 7.  

Atlas Copco mobile QES generators, predictable power where it’s needed, when it’s needed in six seconds

     23rd March 2017 “The QES range of mobile generators present the most practical Predictable Power choice currently available on the market,” according to Atlas Copco Construction Technique’s Portable Energy Business Line Manager, David Stanford. These high performing, efficient and tough generators from Atlas... 

SA vehicle exports at the ‘lower end of expectations’ in February

By: Irma Venter     17th March 2017 New-vehicle sales held steady in February, at 48 113 units, compared with the 48 144 units sold in the same month last year. This said, however, the new passenger car market declined by 4.4%, to 31 400 units. 

Govt, rental markets to drive 1.7% growth in 2017 new-vehicle sales

By: Irma Venter     16th March 2017 Vehicle and asset finance provider WesBank expects new-vehicle sales to grow by 1.74% in 2017. The company was almost spot-on in its March 2016 prediction that last year’s sales would decline by 12%, with the actual number recorded at the end of 2016 a drop of 11.4%. 

Visit your preferred supplier of choice for gases and welding products at NAMPO 2017

     15th March 2017 Afrox will be featuring a fresh and revamped stand at NAMPO this year to encourage customers to view and experience welding machines and equipment in a dynamic and informative environment. Hinging on the theme of ‘Preferred Supplier of Choice’, Afrox will be pulling out all the stops to... 

Africa’s first multidisciplinary design school opens in Cape Town

By: Kim Cloete     10th March 2017 Africa’s first multidisciplinary design school has been formally launched at the University of Cape Town (UCT). The Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Thinking, commonly known as the d-school, aims to foster innovation and encourage fresh ways of thinking. 

Hyprop’s Strong Interims Prompt Higher Full-Year Growth Guidance

     3rd March 2017 HIGHLIGHTS • Dividend up 16,6% • Acquired Skopje City Mall, Skopje, Macedonia • Sale of Willowbridge South for R460 million • Developments of R260 million underway (SA portfolio) JSE specialist shopping centre REIT, Hyprop, reported strong double-digit growth in distributions for the six months... 

Hyprop sees distribution growth double as European portfolio picks up

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     3rd March 2017 Shopping centre-focused real estate investment trust Hyprop reported strong double-digit growth in distributions for the six months to December, 31, owing to a solid performance from its local shopping centres and supported by the inclusion of distributable income from the newly acquired... 

Automation, use of intelligent cameras key trends in high-tech security

By: Schalk Burger     3rd March 2017 Intelligent cameras that detect and track intruders, the automation of control room systems that enable guards to be more proactive and growing rental demand are some of the key trends within the security industry, says integrated security multinational G4S South Africa technology director Tim... 

Restructured Imperial Holdings has sold, or is busy selling, 42 businesses since 2015

By: Irma Venter     3rd March 2017 A new-look, restructured Imperial Holdings has, since 2015, disposed of, or is busy disposing of, 42 businesses with a total revenue of R11.9-billion and operating profit of R937-million. These disposals include Regent Insurance’s non-South African operations, as well as Jurgens Caravans and... 

New-vehicle sales hold steady in Feb, BMW abandons detailed reporting

By: Irma Venter     1st March 2017 New-vehicle sales held steady in February, at 48 113 units, compared with the 48 144 units sold in the same month last year. This said, however, the new passenger car market declined by 4.4%, to 31 400 units. 

Attacq holds strong amid external risks

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     28th February 2017 While the six months to December 31 was marred by a tougher global economy, political uncertainty and international market volatility, JSE-listed property group Attacq still managed to grow its local portfolio by 9.6%, with a total asset value of R27.1-billion. At a briefing to discuss the... 

Ekurhuleni launches new R8.9bn housing settlement in Boksburg  

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th February 2017 A new R8.9-billion housing development project on the East Rand of Gauteng is set to provide 22 000 houses over the next seven years. The Leeuwpoort project, just off Rondebult road, comprises three integrated residential development areas, with two parts in the north, Parkdene Ext 7 and Reiger... 

Budget makes room for more housing opportunities

By: News24Wire      22nd February 2017 Government is to spend R29.8-billion on housing, according to the National Budget. Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered Budget 2017 in parliament on Wednesday. He said it was important to have intergovernmental cooperation between the different spheres to improve delivery of services such as... 

Restructured Imperial continues disposal spree

By: Irma Venter     21st February 2017 A new-look, restructured Imperial Holdings has, since 2015, disposed of, or is busy disposing of, 42 businesses with a total revenue of R11.9-billion and operating profit of R937-million. These disposals include Regent Insurance’s non-South African operations, as well as Jurgens Caravans and... 

Partnership crucial in addressing housing shortfall

By: Robyn Wilkinson     17th February 2017 Demonstrating the potential for the success of private-public partnerships, residential property developer Calgro M3 and construction products supplier PPC have partnered to upgrade an informal settlement along the Fleurhof dam, in Johannesburg, into a fully integrated city. 

Rental, government segments offer Jan vehicle sales boost

By: Irma Venter     17th February 2017 January new-vehicle sales increased by 3.7%, reaching 50 333 units, compared with the same month last year – the first sales increase in 14 months. However, warns asset finance group WesBank, this positive performance was the result of growth in the rental and government channels, where sales... 

Real, Round-The-Clock Rental Pump Availability

     15th February 2017 There are many companies in the pump rental business that promise, but not all of them deliver, according to Integrated Pump Rental managing director Lee Vine. “Actually delivering a rental service all day, every day, to the standards that the customer needs, is the core of our business model,”... 

Real, Round-The-Clock Rental Pump Availability

     15th February 2017 There are many companies in the pump rental business that promise, but not all of them deliver, according to Integrated Pump Rental managing director Lee Vine. “Actually delivering a rental service all day, every day, to the standards that the customer needs, is the core of our business model,”... 

Barloworld enters new financial year on strong footing

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th February 2017 JSE-listed Barloworld has experienced a strong start to its 2017 financial year, with its Southern African equipment division’s order book already standing at R1.7-billion at end-January, up from the previous quarter’s R1.3-billion. This, the company noted, reflected increased activity in the... 

Corobrik face bricks combine to create attractive housing development

     6th February 2017 More than 3 million of Corobrik’s quality face brick products were used in the construction of The Junction @ Forest Hill in Centurion, Pretoria.   The 440-unit rental housing development, based in Heuweloord, will be completed by Central Developments in February 2017 to meet the growing need for... 

Bidvest can tap $1bn for deals outside South Africa

By: Bloomberg     3rd February 2017 Bidvest Group is seeking deals outside its South African home market and could borrow as much as $1-billion for acquisitions after it spun off its food-services unit last year, its CEO said. 

JV to be completed by end of Q1 2017

By: Victor Moolman     3rd February 2017 The transaction regarding the joint venture (JV) between Barloworld Handling South Africa’s local materials handling and agriculture business, and German agricultural trading, building materials and energy specialists BayWa AG (BayWa) is set for completion by the end of the first quarter this year. 

Tower Property continues to expand portfolio through international investments

By: Anine Kilian     1st February 2017 JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Tower Property Fund says it is well positioned to grow its core earnings and expects strong distribution growth in the year ahead. Reporting on its results for the six months ended November 2016, the Reit said it expects to realise R240-million in... 

New-vehicle sales fell for third straight year in 2016

By: Irma Venter     27th January 2017 Data released by the Department of Trade and Industry in January shows that South African new-vehicle sales declined for the third year in a row in 2016. Sales dropped by 11.4%, to 547 442 units, compared with 617 648 units in 2015. New-vehicle sales fell 4.1% in 2015 and 0.7% in 2014. 

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),... 

Atterbury progressing with Pretoria legal hub development

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     19th January 2017 Property developers Atterbury are progressing with the development of a 6 000 m2 urban office precinct, aimed at legal practitioners. The Club Advocates’ Chambers, near Menlo Park, in Pretoria, will offer office space for around 120 advocates, with the option of sectional title ownership. 

Atterbury builds a vibrant new base for SA’s legal community at The Club Advocates’ Chambers

     19th January 2017 Offering advocates the opportunity to own or rent offices in a modern new urban precinct with a live-work-play lifestyle, Atterbury is developing The Club Advocates’ Chambers in Pretoria. Working hand-in-hand with a group of advocates from the city, the leading South African property investor and... 

Would-be kingmaker calls out Australian iron giants in ore tax battle

By: Bloomberg     12th January 2017 The world’s biggest mining companies producing iron ore from Australia aren’t paying their fair share in taxes, according to a lawmaker who wants a 20-fold raise in a state levy that’s been unchanged since the 1960s and the era of imperial pounds, shillings and pence. The proposal has... 

New-vehicle sales drop 11.4% in 2016; uptick possible in 2017 – Naamsa

By: Irma Venter     9th January 2017 Data released by the Department of Trade and Industry on Monday shows that South African new-vehicle sales declined for the third year in a row in 2016. Sales dropped by 11.4%, to 547 442 units, compared with 617 648 units in 2015. New-vehicle sales fell 4.1% in 2015 and 0.7% in 2014. 

Echo Polska concludes Polish mall acquisition

By: Anine Kilian     12th December 2016 JSE-listed Echo Polska Properties (EPP) has concluded a preliminary agreement to acquire 100% of the equity to all rental income derived from leases concluded by tenants occupying premises in Poland’s Park Handlowy Zakopianka shopping centre. The centre forms part of a retail park located in the... 

Lonmin must improve housing plan or face losing its mining rights

By: News24Wire      12th December 2016 The Department of Mineral Resources plans to ask mining giant Lonmin for a compliant housing plan and may revoke the company's mining rights if it doesn't receive it, President Jacob Zuma said on Sunday. Zuma was giving an update on steps taken by various government departments to implement the... 

Integrated Pump Rental Understands Effective Groundwater Control

     5th December 2016 Unless there is effective groundwater control, even the best run sites could become hindered by expensive and challenging problems. This will not only cause programme delays but could also have an adverse effect on health and safety. Lee Vine, managing director of Integrated Pump Rental, cautions... 

Hybrid gensets to complement renewable energy

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd December 2016 Generating set producer Aksa Power Generation South Africa (SA) will launch its hybrid generating set (genset) in South Africa in January next year, providing a standby power generating solution to the country that is able to run in parallel with renewable-energy sources. 

New small-scale generator powerful but quiet

     2nd December 2016 This year, generator provider Kohler Generators introduced its 30 kW standby generator, which is ideally suited to larger homes and smaller business as it is both powerful and quiet. 

Repositioned Vukile delivers on retail promise, eyes international expansion

By: Anine Kilian     24th November 2016 JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Vukile has announced a 7% increase on its dividend for the six months to September 30, which is now 67.65c a share. This solid set of half-year results reflects the company’s strategic retail property focus, strong operational performance and... 

Stenprop posts strong interim results for half-year

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th November 2016 European property investment group Stenprop on Thursday reported saw a strong interim period, with its headline earnings of €16.5-million increasing from the previous year’s €13.5 million, diluted headline earnings a share of €5.78c apiece. Further, the company declared a dividend of 4.5c apiece,... 

Stor-Age declares higher-than-forecast interim dividend

By: Anine Kilian     22nd November 2016 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Stor-Age, which listed on the JSE in November 2015, on Tuesday declared a dividend of 43.04c for the six months to September 30, outperforming the prospectus forecast by more than 6%. The Reit owns and operates a portfolio valued at R1.4-billion and comprising... 

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