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Aury Africa offers value-added screening service for coal sector

17th July 2018 Innovative screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa can advise coal-plant operators on the correct screen size to maximise operational efficiency, coupled with comprehensive aftermarket support to assist with all proactive maintenance requirements. The... 

Modest growth in device shipments expected this year – Gartner

By: Schalk Burger     10th July 2018 Worldwide shipments of devices, including personal computers (PCs), tablets and mobile phones, are on pace to record 0.9% growth this year to reach 2.28-billion units, says market research and advisory multinational Gartner. The PC and tablet market is expected to decline by 1.2% this year, while... 

5G capabilities showcased through virtual reality driving test

By: Natasha Odendaal     6th July 2018 MTN South Africa and Ericsson have showcased the potential of fifth-generation (5G) capabilities by having a driver navigate a vehicle around a skid pan at the Gerotek testing facility, in Pretoria, using only data fed into a virtual reality (VR) device. In the first automotive use case... 

Strapping and buckle system improves signage erection

22nd June 2018 The Band-It Grade 304 stainless steel strapping and buckle system from industrial equipment supplier Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa has allowed signage and branding company Fox Signage to reduce the total cost of erecting signage substantially, while simultaneously speeding up... 

New Aury Africa Centre of Excellence targets Mpumalanga coalfields

20th June 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa has opened a new office near eMalahleni to extend its presence in the Mpumalanga coalfields. The new office will serve as a Centre of Excellence for the region. The company has already made inroads into several... 

Equinox Gold says Brazil gold project past halfway mark

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th June 2018 The Aurizona gold project that Canadian junior Equinox Gold is building in Brazil has moved past the halfway mark, with the overall project now 55% complete and the engineering, procurement and construction management activities about 70% complete. In a project update on Thursday,... 

Band-It helps Fox Signage make a name for itself with its clients

6th June 2018 The Band-It Grade 304 stainless steel strapping and buckle system from Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa has allowed Fox Signage from Alberton to reduce the total cost of erecting signage substantially, while simultaneously speeding up installation times. The signage and branding... 

Transforming solutions from ALLU at Hillhead 2018

5th June 2018 The exciting capabilities of the ALLU range of Transformers will be shown at Hillhead 2018. ALLU’s new UK distributor, Blue Machinery Group Company Murray Plant, will be displaying solutions ideal for the requirements of quarrying companies at its purpose built stand. Hillhead, held from the... 

Sharp launches new trade hub in Johannesburg

By: Natasha Odendaal     1st June 2018 Global electronics giant Sharp has opened a new business subsidiary and experience centre in Boksburg, Gauteng, in an effort to avail its entire product range – and increase its brand presence – to the Southern African region. Previously leveraging the capacity of legacy third-party distribution... 

Lerala diamond mine sells for more than $8m in online auction

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th May 2018 The Lerala diamond mine, in the Palapye region of Botswana, on Wednesday sold for more than $8-million in an online auction, confirmed liquidity services and auctioneers GoIndustry Dovebid South Africa associate director John Taylor.  

Auctioneer confirms interest in Botswana diamond mine auction

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th May 2018 Auctioneer GoIndustry DoveBid South Africa will be facilitating the sale of the Lerala diamond mine, in the Palapye region of Botswana, through an online auction, with final bids to close on Wednesday. 

Afgri Equipment, John Deere launch agricultural equipment telematics, automation systems

By: Schalk Burger     28th May 2018 Agricultural equipment company Afgri Equipment and agricultural equipment multinational John Deere have launched the JD Link telematics solution, which can connect any make and model of agricultural machinery in the field in near-real-time with the farmer’s office and mobile devices. Afgri CEO... 

Targus launches Spy Guard webcam

23rd May 2018 Leading manufacturer of laptop bags and computing accessories Targus South Africa has launched its Spy Guard webcam cover into the South African market to help customers further protect themselves against hackers. “It’s no surprise that hackers are tapping into every inch of the internet, taking... 

Space agency’s upgraded Space Weather Warning Centre reopened

By: Rebecca Campbell     11th May 2018 The South African National Space Agency’s (Sansa’s) Space Weather Regional Warning Centre, at Hermanus in the Western Cape, was recently officially re-opened by Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane following its recent upgrade. This is the only Space Weather Regional Warning... 

Kwatani’s Huge Screen Order Includes Largest Units Yet

7th May 2018 In the single largest order for vibrating screens secured from any mine in the past two years, Kwatani has shown its mettle by supplying some of the largest vibrating screens in Africa to the world’s leading opencast coal complex. According to Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin, the contract comprised 44... 

Kwatani showcases capabilities after securing its largest screening order 

3rd May 2018 Kwatani is steadily delivering on its largest single screening machine order to date after kicking off the manufacturing process at its East Rand facilities in March. Also making headlines, petrochemicals giant Sasol last month inaugurated its seventeenth Air Separation Unit at their operations... 

Legrand Vantage Home Automation Lighting Control Systems…one

26th April 2018 Legrand’s intelligent Vantage home automation and lighting control system combines advanced technology, simplified software and the latest products, for one-touch control of electrical functions in commercial, residential and luxury marine applications. The Vantage system, which ensures elegant... 

Upgraded Sansa Space Weather Warning Centre rededicated

By: Rebecca Campbell     20th April 2018 The South African National Space Agency’s (Sansa’s) Space Weather Regional Warning Centre, at Hermanus in the Western Cape, was officially rededicated on Thursday by Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane following its recent upgrade. This is the only Space Weather Regional... 

McCloskey International Set to Showcase New Compact Crusher at Intermat 2018

17th April 2018 Intermat visitors will have a chance to view the most recent addition to McCloskey International’s product portfolio, the I34R compact impact crusher, during Intermat Paris, 23-28 April 2018. This exciting new highly mobile machine will be on display outside the entrance to Hall 6 for the... 

Maxiflex overhead sectional doors product of choice for fire emergency services

13th April 2018 It is crucial that fire station doors operate ultra-reliably and efficiently at all times to ensure that in an emergency, fire trucks are able to leave the station without delay. The rugged and attractive OH1042F overhead sectional doors from Maxiflex are defined by all-round efficiency,... 

Kwatani Takes Rugged Screen Design To New Heights

9th April 2018 Spartan-based vibrating screen specialist Kwatani is building one of its strongest and heaviest screens yet, to undertake punishing duty at a South African iron ore mine. The 54 tonne scalping screen – measuring over 10 metres in length and with a 3,7 metre width – is a single-line unit that will... 

Harbour materials handling company transforms corporate identity

30th March 2018 Durban-based harbour materials handling specialists Big Lift Trucks (BLT) has transformed its corporate identity with the launch of a new company name – BLTWORLD. BLTWORLD MD Ken Mouritzen explains that the company – which has traded locally and internationally as BLT for over 20 years – needed... 

Massive housing project being developed on historical mining area near Joburg CBD

By: Dylan Slater     29th March 2018 A historical mining area now known as Fleurhof, on the northern edge of the Witwatersrand basin, in the Central Rand goldfield, immediately south-west of the Johannesburg central business district, is being transformed into a vast new housing development with the help of alternative mining... 

Andrew Mentis Expanded Metal Products Increase Safety

19th March 2018 On-site safety remains a major focus for all industries. While slips, trips and falls can be attributed to a number of factors, inadequately designed and manufactured walkways remain a primary contributor to on-site accidents. According to Lance Quinlan, national technical sales consultant at... 

BALLEDGE® DESIGN GIVES APEX WELDING SCREENS SAFETY EDGE

19th March 2018 The patented Balledge® design used on Apex Welding and Safety Screens is a major advantage as this aids access into cordoned off areas for workers without snagging or scratching, increasing safety in the workplace. Wim Dessing, managing director of Apex Strip Curtains, explains that the... 

Growing need for correct specification of equipment in F&B industry

By: Simone Liedtke     16th March 2018 Adhering to international food safety regulations and industry trends such as energy efficiency can sometimes lead to the incorrect specification of equipment in the food manufacturing process, says vibrating-equipment manufacturer Kwatani business development manager Warren Mann. 

Metsä Tissue mill de-inked pulp line modernisation, Finland

By: Sheila Barradas     16th March 2018 Metsä Tissue has awarded the contract to moderinise and upgrade the de-inked pulp line. 

Clean energy, hi-tech sectors drive demand for high-quality silica

15th March 2018 The race to develop more effective and efficient solar panels has resulted in an increased demand for relatively rare raw materials such as high-grade quartz silica. To meet this demand, Suricate Minerals is fast-tracking its development of high-quality quartz deposits in Mauritania. The mining... 

Maxiflex high-speed door solutions - food for thought

12th March 2018 Door and loading dock solutions specialist, Maxiflex, is proud to introduce the new ASSA ABLOY HS9020GHY high-speed interior door designed specifically for corrosive and humid environments as well as for the food processing industry with its typically stringent hygiene demands. “By effectively... 

Refurbishment is ideal to ‘sweat’ minerals-processing assets

6th March 2018 A change in focus in the local mining industry from Greenfield to Brownfield projects has meant that MIP Process Technologies is positioned ideally to modernise older thickeners and process equipment. There is an increasing trend in the minerals-processing industry to ‘sweat’ mining assets,... 

New Joburg–Musina passenger train service launched 

By: African News Agency      23rd February 2018 South African transport minister Joe Maswanganyi on Friday launched a new passenger train service between Johannesburg and Musina for long distance-travelers to commute directly between Gauteng and Limpopo. At the official launch at Johannesburg Park Station, Maswanganyi said that the intention... 

Trio Crushers And Screens On A Roll

19th February 2018 In the three short years since Weir Minerals Africa acquired the Trio® range of crushing and screening equipment, a strong network of skills and aftermarket services has been built across Africa to support this quality brand. According to Weir Minerals Africa Process Director JD Singleton, the... 

Kwatani Screens For Elikhulu Retreatment Plant

5th February 2018 Engineering group DRA has ordered six large screens from Kwatani for the R1,6 billion Elikhulu gold tailings retreatment plant facility at Pan African Resources’ Evander operation in Mpumalanga. “Kwatani was involved from an early stage in this project, so we were able to custom design this... 

High-performance doors from Maxiflex seal the deal for a comfortable, safe and productive work environment

30th January 2018 Following the installation by Maxiflex of thirteen high-performance doors for a company based in Boksburg on Johannesburg’s East Rand, the customer reports extreme satisfaction with the units stating that production is up and employees are pleased that their work areas are sealed off, preventing... 

Consultancy to partner with black entrants as they acquire Tier 1 coal assets

By: Martin Creamer     26th January 2018 Project delivery and engineering consultancy WorleyParsons RSA is once again answering the call for transformation and broader economic participation of previously disadvantaged South Africans. The company’s latest initiative is black entrepreneur development in coal, which will be its key focus... 

BLT SA – specialists in the supply and support of an extensive range of container and bulk handling port equipment – participated at the TOC Africa 2017 conference, held recently in Durban at the ICC.

22nd January 2018 “This world class terminal operations conference, which focused on port and terminal technology and operations, was well supported by port equipment and technology operators and suppliers,” says Ken Mouritzen, BLT SA. “This was the perfect forum for global collaboration and for local, regional... 

Channelling all ewaste to one plant the best way to ensure viability of recycling in Southern Africa

By: Schalk Burger     19th January 2018 The establishment of an electronic waste (e-waste) recycling plant, which can cost R1.5-billion to build, will work best if the e-waste streams from across southern Africa can be channelled to such a megaplant, says information technology asset and e-waste recycling company Xperien CEO Wale... 

Thyssenkrupp closes the loop in Africa’s sugar industry

18th January 2018 Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa combines local knowledge with global expertise to bring turnkey technology and equipment solutions that will promote the sustainability and profitability of the sugar industry in the Sub Sahara African region. The company offers market, feasibility... 

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