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Booyco Electronics (Pty) Ltd is a market leader in the innovation and supply of specialised electronic safety equipment to the southern African mining sector. Some of these warning, locating and monitoring systems are unique in the industry and new products are being introduced to the line-up on an ongoing basis.

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SA Hippo Sucessfully Exhibited At The Cim Memo 2017 In Saskatoon

     Updated 2 hours 10 minutes ago The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) was founded in 1898 and it is the leading technical society of professionals in the Canadian Minerals, Metals, Materials and Energy Industries consisting of 10 Technical Societies and over 35 Branches. The members of this... 

Most entry-level vehicles lack sufficient safety features, warns AA

By: Irma Venter     Updated 3 hours ago The Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) has released its second yearly Entry-level Vehicle Safety Report.   The report considers the safety features of 25 vehicles available in South Africa, priced under R160 000. This is R10 000 (6.7%) more than the vehicles considered last year, to... 

Captains of Industry - “Together we move South Africa forward”

     Updated 4 hours ago Cargo Carriers helps develop a world-class South African transport industry Cargo Carriers joins South Africans in recognising the important role that the larger transport industry has to play in growing the country’s economy and, in so doing, helping to address unemployment and inequality. These... 

Heat Is No Match For Apex’s Solutions

     20th October 2017 In engineering and manufacturing, warehouses and workshops often become heat chambers in a hot summer as is currently being experienced in most parts of the country. Doors left open to allow access for people and equipment also let in hot air, which is trapped in the building and reheated by the... 

Construction companies warned on compliance

By: African News Agency      20th October 2017 Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has warned construction companies to comply with South Africa’s labour laws or face being shut down. Oliphant’s warning came after she visited a construction site where 400 housing units were being built in Rustenburg, North West. 

Japan govt wants to get actively involved in Kobe Steel issue – trade minister

By: Reuters     20th October 2017 The Japanese government wants to get actively involved in the issue of Kobe Steel's data fabrications, Hiroshige Seko, the minister of economy, trade and industry, said on Friday, as the company's widespread misconduct has sent a chill along global supply chains. Kobe Steel, Japan's third-biggest... 

Gauteng optimistic new project toolkit will raise infrastructure delivery efficiency

By: Natasha Odendaal     20th October 2017 Gauteng’s Department of Infrastructure Development (DID) believes transforming from a department characterised by crisis management and chasing shadows to an “efficient project delivery machine” is well under way and has led to the “cracking of the code” for efficient infrastructure delivery in... 

Thermoplastic press supplied for aerospace industry

     20th October 2017 Hydraulic components and turnkey hydraulic systems supplier Hytec Cape Town designed and constructed a 400 t thermoplastic press containing hydraulic components, for composite materials supplier AAT Composites, Hytec announced last month. A Recaro Group subsidiary based in Somerset West, AAT... 

Gauteng optimistic new project toolkit will raise infrastructure delivery efficiency

By: Natasha Odendaal     20th October 2017 Gauteng’s Department of Infrastructure Development (DID) believes transforming from a department characterised by crisis management and chasing shadows to an “efficient project delivery machine” is well under way and has led to the “cracking of the code” for efficient infrastructure delivery in... 

Just havin’ fun

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     20th October 2017 Oh, woe to all of you who are married to engineers. Engineers are generally useful people to have around. But, when watching TV, if something is shown that is not correct engineering-wise, the engineer will snort and launch into a detailed explanation as to why the TV is wrong. You want to... 

Japan transport ministry considering checks of cars, trains using Kobe Steel products – Kyodo

By: Reuters     19th October 2017 Japan's transport ministry is considering convening a meeting to probe the safety of automobiles, trains and planes using products from scandal-hit Kobe Steel, Kyodo reported on Thursday. With the data falsification scandal at Japan's No. 3 steelmaker affecting a wide range of manufacturers, the... 

Sixth death in platinum belt in three months

By: News24Wire      19th October 2017 British platinum mine giant Lonmin has raised "deep concerns" following the death of employee Tholakele Dlunga this week, the sixth in the platinum belt in the North West in the past three months. "Lonmin is deeply concerned by the recent fatal shootings across the platinum belt. The company is... 

‘Mine-blowing’ automated door solutions from Maxiflex

     18th October 2017 A range of superior quality, rugged automated door solutions, engineered to meet increased safety, efficiency and productivity on mines, are available from South Africa’s leading door and loading dock specialist, Maxiflex. The local mining industry is facing significant challenges which are... 

Europe aviation agency advises suspending use of Kobe Steel products

By: Reuters     18th October 2017 Europe's aviation regulator has advised aircraft manufacturers to suspend using parts from Kobe Steel until their legitimacy can be proved, following revelations about data cheating at the Japanese company. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said the concern was not serious enough at this... 

South African mining industry must modernise – Chamber of Mines

By: Dylan Slater     18th October 2017 The South African mining industry has to modernise as a matter of urgency in order to halt job cuts in the industry, as well as to create more jobs, says Chamber of Mines modernisation and safety head Sietse van der Woude. Delivering a keynote address at diversified engineering solutions company... 

M&DConstructionGroupWWTWshort

     18th October 2017 M&D Construction Group forges ahead at complex WWTW project Leading South African construction company, M&D Construction Group, is helping Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality strengthen wastewater-treatment capacity in Vryburg, North West Province. 

‘You are too late’ – Dames on State capture inquiry

By: News24Wire      18th October 2017 Former Eskom chief executive Brian Dames told Parliament’s State capture inquiry on Wednesday that while the process is a great move, it was too late. “You are too late,” he said. “You should have done this a long time ago.” 

America's miners are digging for hotter coals as old plants shut

By: Bloomberg     18th October 2017 Early next year, three massive coal-fired power plants in Texas will close for good. And their absence will be felt 1,000 miles away in the coal pits of Wyoming and Montana. There, in the energy-rich Powder River Basin, miners have for decades carved out coal that’s cheap but packs less heat than... 

Concord Cranes to diversify into new markets and extend its footprint

     18th October 2017 Concord Cranes, a crane hire and specialised transport service company in the Industrial Services Holdings (InServe) stable, is diversifying into the heavy-lift market, as well as expanding its footprint in South Africa and on the continent. The Concord Cranes group comprises Concord AngloV3... 

M&DConstructionGroupWWTWshort

     18th October 2017 M&D Construction Group forges ahead at complex WWTW project Leading South African construction company, M&D Construction Group, is helping Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality strengthen wastewater-treatment capacity in Vryburg, Free State. The group’s civil arm commenced construction... 

Yogurt packaging made 30% faster

     18th October 2017 Thanks to off-the-shelf anti-sloshing solution OMRON Industrial Automation, Johannesburg. South Africa. 

Six miners killed, one wounded in coal mine collapse in Turkey - aid agency

By: Reuters     17th October 2017 Six miners were killed and another was wounded after part of a coal mine in Turkey's southeastern province of Sirnak collapsed on Tuesday, Turkey's AFAD aid agency said. AFAD said search and rescue teams were searching for another worker who was trapped at the site. 

Brexit takes bureaucracy to the atomic level for UK industry

By: Bloomberg     17th October 2017 To understand the implications of Brexit, it helps to go nuclear. Of all the international regulatory challenges created by the UK’s impending departure from the European Union, the atomic-energy industry may best encapsulate the decision’s bottom-line effect: more bureaucracy and costs for a... 

KlevaKidz puts paraffin safety first

     17th October 2017 The annual Engen KlevaKidz campaign which engages with and educates learners about the importance of paraffin safety launched in the Western Cape on October 13th and runs until the end of the month.  Over the course of three weeks, Engen KlevaKidz will travel to 30 primary schools in the... 

NUM members down tools at PPC Cement over wages

By: African News Agency      17th October 2017 The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said that its members at South Africa’s leading supplier of cement and related products, PPC Cement Slurry in Mafikeng, North West, have embarked on a strike over wages. This comes after the NUM gave PPC Cement a notice to strike on Sunday last week and... 

WA govt to clear red tape for miners

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th October 2017 The Western Australian government has committed to a number of reforms to support the state’s nickel industry. Speaking at the Paydirt nickel conference, in Perth, Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston said that the government was committed to reducing red tape and regulatory duplications... 

AMCU calls for commission into mine safety

By: Anine Kilian     16th October 2017 In addition to regular inquiries in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has called for a commission to be set up by the Department of Mineral Resources to determine the real causes of several mining accidents over the past few... 

Yogurt packaging made 30% faster

     16th October 2017 Thanks to off-the-shelf anti-sloshing solution OMRON Industrial Automation, Johannesburg. South Africa. 

Close Collaboration Minimises Shipping Disruptions in Port of Durban

     16th October 2017 Swift action by Transnet National Ports Authority, in collaboration with the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) and African Marine Solutions, saw the successful delivery of a multi-vessel emergency operation in the Port of Durban during yesterday’s during inclement weather. By 18h30... 

African airlines to incur $800m loss for 2017

By: Anine Kilian     13th October 2017 Although the global airline industry is expected to post a $31-billion net profit this year, African airlines will once again incur losses of up to $800-million. Southern African Development Community airlines are expected to incur a combined $350-million loss, of which about $100-million will be... 

Carlyle snaps up Nosa to access occupational health, safety growth in emerging markets

By: Schalk Burger     13th October 2017 Nasdaq-listed asset management multinational Carlyle Group will acquire emerging markets-focused occupational health and safety training company Nosa Group from JSE-listed Micromega Holdings for up to R747.8-million. The occupational health and safety sector is particularly attractive across... 

M1 final phase opening delayed by one week

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th October 2017 The planned reopening of three lanes on the M1 southbound between Oxford and Federation bridges will be delayed by one week as a result of heavy storms earlier this week. The Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) earlier this month completed the structural rehabilitation programme on the M1 Oxford and... 

Warning that Cape Town's water outages could cause solar water geysers to 'explode'

By: News24Wire      13th October 2017 Water outages to preselected suburbs by the City of Cape Town could lead to solar water geysers "exploding", an electrical and electronic engineer warned on Thursday. The City on Monday announced that Phase One of its Critical Water Shortages Disaster Plan came into effect which would cause water... 

Coolgardie could deliver 32 000 oz to Focus

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th October 2017 A prefeasibility study (PFS) into the ASX-listed Focus Minerals’ Coolgardie gold deposits, in Western Australia, has found that the projects could support an average gold production of 32 000 oz/y over a four-year mine life. The PFS considered an underground mine at the Bonnie Vale deposit and... 

Boeing passenger jets have falsely-certified Kobe Steel products-source

By: Reuters     13th October 2017 Boeing Co, the world's biggest maker of passenger jets, has used Kobe Steel products that include those falsely certified by the Japanese company, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Boeing does not as yet consider the issue a safety problem, the source stressed, but the... 

Well-maintained equipment ensures market competitiveness

By: Simone Liedtke     13th October 2017 Ensuring that income-generation capacity is not reduced in any way by ill-maintained equipment is an important way of staying competitive in the market, states Cape Town-based specialised equipment hire company Burma Plant Hire Group (BPH) MD Theuns Burger. 

Drainage system helps manufacturer achieve international standards

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 Drainage technology provider ACO Systems South Africa has completed the first phase of the installation of its flagship hygienic solution at food manufacturer Simba Pepsico’s production plant, in Johannesburg. 

Italian manufacturer remains committed to quality

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 Despite growing competition in the South African geyser market and the generally depressed economic state of the country, global thermic comfort solutions provider Ariston Thermo Group has continued to achieve constant growth in the local market because of its high-quality products, says Ariston... 

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