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Freeport collects export permit after Pence visit

By: Reuters     23rd April 2017 Freeport McMoRan collected a permit to resume copper exports from Indonesia on Friday after a hiatus of more than three months, hours after a state visit by US Vice President Mike Pence, who discussed the copper miner's dispute with Jakarta. Indonesia's Trade Ministry issued Freeport with a... 

South Africa's Sibanye declares war on illegal gold miners

By: Reuters     21st April 2017 Illegal gold mining has plagued South Africa's mining companies for decades, robbing the industry and state coffers of billions of rand through smalltime pilfering as well as networks run by organised crime. Now, with unmined output dwindling and proving more difficult to extract, one firm has... 

Strongbow’s South Crofty to revive age-old tin mining tradition in Cornwall 

By: Henry Lazenby     21st April 2017 Bolstered by strengthening tin prices and improving fundamental support in the long term, Canadian mineral exploration firm Strongbow Exploration is set to revive a mining tradition in England’s county of Cornwall, that reaches back thousands of years to the early Bronze Age. The company’s... 

Flooring project completed at Cape Town hospital

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th April 2017 Vinyl supplier Polyflor South Africa (SA) recently completed a 16-storey building flooring project for the relocation of Christiaan Barnard Hospital –part of healthcare provider Netcare Group – in Cape Town, which has been under construction for 18 months.  

Parprol Process Oil Range Available Through Engen Industrial Lubricants

     13th April 2017 Engen Petroleum, a leading producer and marketer of a wide range of fuels, lubricants and oil-based products in South Africa are the proud suppliers of a range of high quality, virgin process oils under the Parprol name.  These new generation process oils utilise Group I base oils.   The Engen... 

Saskatoon weir hydropower station, Canada

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2017 A new run-of-river hydropower system is proposed at the existing Saskatoon weir that will produce up to 6.1 MW of clean power. 

Manufacturing output contracts 3.6% y/y in Feb

By: Anine Kilian     11th April 2017 South Africa’s manufacturing output contracted by 3.6% year-on-year in February. The largest contributors to the decline were the petroleum, chemical, rubber and plastics and food and beverages sectors. 

Incledon, Xesibe Construction on track with Ncera irrigation scheme

     11th April 2017 Quality fluid-conveyance solutions provider Incledon is supplying the bulk pipeline to main contractor Xesibe Construction for the Ncera macadamia project for the Eastern Cape’s Department of Rural Development and Land Reform. Incledon’s scope of work comprises the supply of 2.4 km of 400 mm... 

New Curve™ Slurry Pump surpasses all expectations

     10th April 2017 Pump and Abrasion Technologies® (PAT) unveiled its new CURVE™ range of pumps in September 2016.  A prominent South African ferrochrome processing plant was among the first companies to adopt this new technology by implementing a project to change all their pumps to the CURVE range of pumps. The... 

Company expands woodworks series

     7th April 2017 Power tool company Hitachi announced the launch of its 254 mm portable jobsite table saw C10RJ model. It features a 15 A motor with soft start and electric break that produces 4 500 rpm to rip through tough hardwoods. 

New Curve™ Slurry Pump surpasses all expectations

     5th April 2017 Pump and Abrasion Technologies® (PAT) unveiled its new CURVE™ range of pumps in September 2016.  A prominent South African ferrochrome processing plant was among the first companies to adopt this new technology by implementing a project to change all their pumps to the CURVE range of pumps. The... 

New Curve™ Slurry Pump surpasses all expectations

     3rd April 2017 Pump and Abrasion Technologies® (PAT) unveiled their new CURVE™ range of pumps in September 2016.  A prominent South African Ferrochrome plant was among the first companies to adopt this new technology by implementing a project to change all their pumps to the CURVE range of pumps. The conversion... 

Motus seeks synergies, cost savings, says CEO Arbee

By: Irma Venter     29th March 2017 The automotive business of the JSE-listed Imperial group has a new leader. Former Imperial CFO, Osman Arbee, was named as the CEO of Imperial’s newest business venture, the Motus Corporation, in January. Arbee has been with Imperial for close to 13 years. 

New Curve™ Pump Proves Its Capability In Market Application

     24th March 2017 Pump and Abrasion Technologies® (PAT) unveiled their new CURVE™ range of pumps in September 2016.  Among the first South African companies to adopt this new technology was Hernic Ferrochrome who currently plans to retrofit all the pumps at their OB-Plant to the CURVE™ range. The conversion... 

High pressure clean-in-place pump now available

     24th March 2017 Peristaltic hose pump provider Brubin Pumps – a division of pumping solution provider Letaba Pumps – has set the benchmark in developing a solution for easier and better clean-in-place (CIP) pumps, says Brubin GM Hannes Liebenberg. 

Opportunities from the Indian Ocean Rim

By: Riaan de Lange     24th March 2017 Indian Ocean Rim Association Well, this certainly is a blast from the past. It was a long time ago. I had just joined the then South African Chamber of Business (Sacob) – on March 1, 1995 – and, within a few days, I was jetting off to Mauritius. I thought that I had hit the big time, and yes, the... 

Pumps make water treatment easier

     24th March 2017 Used service water from industrial processes is one of the most problematic types of waste water owing to its composition, as it is often very demanding for conveying systems, says building materials and concrete manufacturer NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme. 

Trilogy pulls the trigger on high-grade copper Arctic prefeasibility study

By: Henry Lazenby     20th March 2017 Alaska-focused mineral explorer Trilogy Metals will undertake a prefeasibility study (PFS) on the Arctic project, in Northwest Alaska – one of the highest-grade copper deposits known in the world with an average grade of 6% copper equivalent. "The PFS will demonstrate the true value of the... 

Pneumatics a cleaner solution for packaging, sealing and sorting

By: Johane Turkstra     17th March 2017 Pneumatic valve manifolds have the potential to be the safest means of mechanical driving for the food and beverage industry, as they use clean air to elicit movement in the manufacturing process, thereby eliminating food contamination risks. There are many unique features of pneumatics as a... 

PPI lower than expected this year

     17th March 2017 Growth in agricultural and manufactured food prices continues to lose momentum, which is reflected in South African headline producer price inflation (PPI) slowing to 5.9% year-on-year in January from an upwardly revised 7.1% in December, says multinational bank BNP Paribas. The January figure... 

New Cat® MD6250 Blasthole Drill Cuts Costs and Improves Drilling Efficiency with Rugged Design, Integrated Technology

     13th March 2017 The new Cat® MD6250 blasthole drill delivers optimum drilling efficiency in single- and multi-pass applications for both rotary and down-the-hole (DTH) modes. Featuring automated operation, the drill runs within ideal operating parameters for maximum bit life, hole accuracy and reduced total cost... 

Mining, manufacturing contribute to 0.3% contraction in GDP in Q4

By: Anine Kilian     7th March 2017 The mining, quarrying and manufacturing industries were the biggest contributors to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) contracting by 0.3% in the fourth quarter of 2016. “Commodities showed a declining trend. Mining and quarrying decreased by 11.5% owing to a drop in the production of... 

JV completes Phase 1 of subway line

     3rd March 2017 Integrated firm AECOM and global firm Arup celebrated the completion of the first phase of the Second Avenue Subway for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) earlier this year. It is the first major expansion of New York City subway system done by the AECOM-Arup Joint Venture (JV) in... 

Musical chairs in the SA automotive industry

By: Irma Venter     3rd March 2017 South Africa’s automotive industry has seen a number of shake-ups in the first two months of the year. WesBank has announced the appointment of Mark Finlayson as the CEO of its Motor division following the departure of Simphiwe Nghona on February 1. 

No more trenches in busy centres

     2nd March 2017 Dangerous trenches spanning roads and sidewalks in urban areas can be a thing of the past if contractors laying new utilities adopt the latest horizontal directional drilling (HDD) technologies. South Africa’s already congested roadways and pavements can ill-afford disruptions caused by trenching... 

Global Perspective At South Africa's Automotive Show

     17th February 2017 Up to 400 executive-level delegates, representing South Africa's automotive manufacturing industry will gather to confer with and learn from global experts at its official event, the NAACAM Show in Durban during April.   Acclaimed London-based, global thought leader and charismatic futurist... 

Pockets of resilience, but SA’s manufacturing outlook remains fragile

By: David Oliveira     17th February 2017 South Africa’s manufacturing sector, which has been struggling to shed the ‘deindustrialisation’ mantle for the past three decades, despite vocal support for the sector from government, is unlikely to experience a dramatic turnaround in 2017. However, there are some signs of resilience and even... 

Pockets of resilience, but SA’s manufacturing outlook remains fragile

By: David Oliveira     17th February 2017 South Africa’s manufacturing sector is expected to grow by 0.5% this year and by 1.2% in 2018, according to data from economic analysis and forecast provider FocusEconomics. Financial institution Barclays’ latest purchasing managers’ index (PMI) released earlier this month indicates that the... 

Product testing facility construction to be completed this year

By: Kimberley Smuts     17th February 2017 The construction of Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa’s (Redisa’s) Product Testing Institute (PTI), which started last year, is expected to be completed in the second quarter. 

Tyres manufactured with taxi industry in mind

     17th February 2017 Last month, rubber manufacturers Sumitomo Rubber South Africa (SRSA) announced the launch of its new range of tyre brand Dunlop tyres – the Vantrek V1 White Wall tyre for the South African taxi industry. 

RS Components adds a new series of USB-C devices from Amphenol to advanced connectors portfolio

     13th February 2017 New ruggedized MUSBR USB-C devices provide the latest affordable high-speed connectivity for a large variety of design applications   RS Components, the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, announced availability of the new Amphenol MUSBR series of... 

Continental Tyre SA appoints new manufacturing GM

By: Irma Venter     10th February 2017 Continental Tyre South Africa (CTSA) has appointed JJ Dowling as the manufacturing GM at its Port Elizabeth plant. He replaces Wayne Brown, who has taken up a position at Continental Tire in the US. 

RS Components adds a new series of USB-C devices from Amphenol to advanced connectors portfolio

     9th February 2017 New ruggedized MUSBR USB-C devices provide the latest affordable high-speed connectivity for a large variety of design applications RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, announced availability of the new Amphenol MUSBR series of... 

New Cost Effective Multotec Ceramic Tile For Coal And Power

     9th February 2017 Multotec Wear Linings has developed a medium density (MD) alumina ceramic tile that can be used in low to medium wear applications, and which will lead to real cost savings in coal and power generation plants. “Proudly developed here in South Africa, this unique tile is strategically positioned... 

Sweet coating solutions for the sugar industry from Thermaspray

     6th February 2017 Thermaspray, South Africa’s surface engineering and thermal spray coating technology specialist, offers a range of high quality coating techniques that assist the sugar industry in reducing maintenance costs by protecting both new and worn equipment parts and components against abrasive,... 

Zuma pushing SA to crisis point – FW de Klerk

By: News24Wire      2nd February 2017 President Jacob Zuma is determined to accelerate South Africa's descent to an economic and racial crisis, FW de Klerk, the country's last apartheid head of state, said on Thursday. “President Zuma is determined to accelerate our descent along the road to state capture, economic crisis and racial... 

The SMC SY Series continues to deliver local innovation and flexible design

     2nd February 2017 SMC Pneumatics South Africa, a leading provider of pneumatics, continues to drive design excellence and application with its SY series of Valve Manifolds which is manufactured locally at its production facilities in Midrand, Johannesburg.  New-generation benefits 

Court OKs Guatemala civil suit against Tahoe in BC court system

By: Henry Lazenby     27th January 2017 The Court of Appeal for British Columbia on Thursday issued a ruling that civil legal action filed by claimants from Guatemala against dual-listed Tahoe Resources can be heard in the British Columbia court system. Tahoe said it was reviewing the ruling, after which it would decide on whether to... 

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