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Established in 2001, with the management buyout of Dorbyl’s metal trading divisions, the Stalcor’s success is built on the acquisition of Baldwins Steel and Stalcor. These two long established market leaders jointly offer a range of metal products and distribution channels. The company, which has been an official local distributor for Columbus Stainless since 1994, has recently strengthened its ties with the local mill. its on-going support to the new Stalcor. Columbus’s Bertus Griesel says: “Columbus Stainless is encouraged by the strategic focus of Stalcor. It’s shareholders, investors and staff have certainly demonstrated tenacity and we look forward to forging a bond with the ‘new’ Stalcor for the benefit of the entire domestic market.

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Nornickel exec says in talks with battery makers on investments, cooperation

By: Reuters     18th April 2018 Russia's Norilsk Nickel, or Nornickel, is in talks with battery makers over possible investment in its mining assets, but is also interested in downstream joint ventures in return, a company executive said on Wednesday. "We might be interested in having some deeper cooperation, say on the... 

Apex SCP And Sr9000 Traffic Doors For Birchwood Conference Centre

     17th April 2018 Insulated impact traffic doors are often used to shield customers from services areas such ablutions, loading and refuse areas, but when it comes to doorways between hospitality areas and kitchens there is a far more appropriate solution – the Apex SCP Traffic Door. The Birchwood Conference... 

Clamping down on cable theft at major synfuel producer

     13th April 2018 The Ultra-Lok® band-and-buckle clamping system, distributed locally by Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, has been used to prevent cable theft at a major synfuel producer in Mpumalanga. This is a flagship client for Banding & ID Solutions Africa, which has also supplied ancillary... 

Integrated Pump Rental Adds Stainless Steel Submersibles To Rental Fleet

     11th April 2018 Staying ahead in an industry as competitive as pump rental requires a comprehensive understanding of dewatering application requirements. It also necessitates a pump rental fleet that can meet the needs of different market sectors. Integrated Pump Rental recently bolstered its pump rental fleet... 

Continued growth for tool manufacturer

     6th April 2018 This year, tool and equipment manufacturer the Hilti Group intends to maintain its growth momentum following last year’s growth of CHF 5.1-billion throughout all of its business regions. The company explains that year-on-year the company’s sales are up by 10.8%, and 9.6% in local currencies. 

Company resupplies machine stock to keep S. African market supplied

By: Victor Moolman     6th April 2018 To keep its supply of stud-welding machines current, furnace and industrial services company The Dickinson Group keeps a range of such machines in stock at its Vereeniging headquarters at all times. The company has supplied more than 600 stud-welding machines over the past 24 years to the mining,... 

Renewed optimism in industry for Middelburg-based Columbus Stainless steel plant 

     5th April 2018 Middelburg-based Columbus Stainless aims to remain committed to the growing domestic stainless steel market, while Sassda believes that 2018 may be the year to break the downward trend of consumption in South Africa. 

Revitalised demand growth to buttress molybdenum prices

By: Reuters     4th April 2018 Healthy demand for molybdenum rich stainless steel, especially from the oil and gas industry, plus sluggish supply growth are expected to keep the price of this minor metal riding high. Molybdenum prices at nearly $13/lb are at their highest since 2014, having more than doubled since December 2015. 

RNC's Mark Selby dispels myths regarding nickel demand as new EV markets beckon

By: Henry Lazenby     14th March 2018 Tightening long-term fundamentals for nickel are sketching a rosy picture for the stainless steel-making ingredient, as increased dependence from the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market adds a growing new demand stream in an already constrained supply scenario. RNC Minerals president and CEO... 

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... 

Clamping tool can mitigate rail cable theft

By: Melissa Zisengwe     9th March 2018 Industrial equipment supplier Banding and Identification Solutions South Africa (Band-It) states that rail operators can mitigate rail power cable theft, which is rife across South Africa, by using its UL4000-C Ultra-Lok cable clamping tool. 

Stand-Alone Dust Collector

     7th March 2018 SOUTH AFRICA  A new Stand-alone Dust Collector from Flexicon removes airborne dust from upstream processes, and discharges it into containers positioned below the collection hopper, protecting operators and improving plant hygiene, while eliminating material waste. The housing is equipped with a... 

Columbus aims to export competitively, while growing local market consumption

By: Simone Liedtke     6th March 2018 Columbus Stainless is positioned well to export competitively to the international market, while remaining committed to growing domestic demand for stainless steel. With market consumption of about 120 000 t/y of flat production, CEO Lucien Matthews says South Africa is the largest consumer of... 

Soaring Merafe goes into cashflow orbit, lifts dividend 151%

By: Martin Creamer     5th March 2018 Chrome and ferrochrome company Merafe delivered exceptional results for 2017, setting new production, revenue, earnings before interest tax depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) and dividend records. Cashflow from operating activities rocketed 179% to R1 400-million, compared with R502-million... 

Bauer drives cater for strict hygiene in the food and beverage industry

     1st March 2018 Bearings International (BI) distributes the full range of Bauer gear drives to cater for the diverse hygiene requirements of the food and beverage industry. From standard cast-iron, epoxy coated surfaces to complete stainless-steel units, Bauer Gear Motor provide drive solutions for a range of... 

EY's Mining Eye index puts in solid Q4; M&A activity muted ahead of PDAC

By: Henry Lazenby     28th February 2018 The EY Canadian Mining Eye index has showed a fourth-quarter gain of more than 2% quarter-on-quarter, to 4%. The increase in the Canadian Mining Eye index's performance suggests confidence in pursuing growth is returning to the sector, after an extended period of volatility, according to EY. The... 

Major projects rely on SMEIPP expertise from Tubular

     9th February 2018 Tubular’s expertise, resources and in-house self-sustainable facilities make the company the preferred choice for major capital projects requiring structural steelwork, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, platework and piping (SMEIPP) solutions. Tubular are specialists in the supply of... 

China's war on noxious smog stokes rally in minor metals

By: Reuters     7th February 2018 China's environmental crackdown is curbing supplies of minor metals such as steel-making ingredient vanadium and defence equipment material germanium, and fuelling an already potent price rally which shows no sign of abating. Strict environmental rules and inspections to ensure standards are... 

Versatility still important as technology develops

By: Victor Moolman     2nd February 2018 While innovation is taking centre stage amid rapid technological development, gas equipment supplier Energas Technologies says versatility remains high on the checklists of manufacturers and end-users. The company has, therefore, supplied companies in South Africa with the Protectoseal Series... 

Tharisa entering multi-project PGM-chrome growth phase

By: Martin Creamer     31st January 2018 Platinum group metals (PGMs) and chrome co-producer Tharisa Minerals, which predicts that a global chrome ore deficit is on the horizon, has published details of its strategic Vision 2020 growth thrust. “Tharisa is entering an exciting growth phase,” CEO Phoevos Pouroulis said in the release to... 

Fire & Security Techniques Introduces New Range Of Local Zone Valves

     30th January 2018 Fire & Security Techniques of Centurion has introduced the Fire-Eater ZSV-25 Local Zone Valve for use in systems where multiple zones are protected by one cylinder bank. Zone valves control the flow of water or steam in a hydronic heating or cooling system in order to boost system efficiency.... 

Andrew Mentis Products Beat Corrosion In Wastewater Industry

     29th January 2018 When wastewater travels through sewer lines, it can become anaerobic or septic (the dissolved oxygen can become depleted) as a result of the metabolic processes of microbes commonly found in the wastewater. Under anaerobic conditions, specific sulphate-reducing bacteria thrive and generate... 

RS Components adds Cressall’s range of resistors and portable load bank units to portfolio for industrial applications

     26th January 2018 Global distribution agreement means quick and easy access for RS customers to reliable resistors for applications such as dynamic braking and motor control   RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, has signed a distribution agreement... 

Economisers the key to boiler success

     26th January 2018 Fitting an economiser on a boiler is a small addition that can provide big results in terms of helping companies reduce their operating costs and decrease their environmental impact, says heat and energy generation equipment provider Steam Generation Africa MD John Rundle. 

Top China nickel producer joins BHP in prepping for EV boom

By: Bloomberg     18th January 2018 China’s top nickel supplier aims to boost output of a material used in car batteries by 40% this year, joining the ranks of global producers ramping up operations to meet demand from electric vehicles. Jinchuan Group Co expects to raise production of nickel sulphate to 70 000 metric tons from 50... 

RNC in talks with financiers, market participants for Dumont construction decision by 2019

By: Henry Lazenby     15th January 2018 Diversified Canadian miner RNC Minerals is engaging a number of potential strategic investors, offtake partners and financiers who could provide the $1.3-billion capital financing required to start construction of the shovel-ready Dumont nickel/cobalt project, in the Abitibi region of Quebec. The... 

Leatherman Celebrates 35th Anniversary with Revival of Original Pocket Survival Tool

     12th January 2018 The first-of-its-kind multi-tool returns: The Limited Edition PST This is the first Tool Tale: In 1975, recent college graduate Tim Leatherman and his wife Chau set off on a roadtrip throughout Europe. Along the way, the unreliable Fiat the newlyweds had purchased for $300 required multiple... 

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     12th January 2018 Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa has reported that commuters using the first of the new X’Ttrapolis Mega commuter trains are “extremely happy” with the new rolling stock. 

SP Angel outlines key 2018 trends as battery raw materials heat up

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st December 2017 London-based brokerage SP Angel has outlined the key trends that characterised the basket of energy metals during 2017 and the the outlook for 2018 in its new ‘Battery Raw Material Review, Outlook – SP Angel Commodity Research Book’ published on Wednesday. The report pointed out that the... 

SA Hippo Founder Celebrates 38 Years Of Innovative Manufacturing.

     11th December 2017   Hazleton Pumps International (Pty) Ltd previously known as Electro-Mech (Pty) Ltd was registered on 23 October 1979 with electrical and mechanical contracting being the main business activities of the company. Electro-Mech further expanded the business to include borehole drilling and the... 

SA stainless steel industry worth $3bn, 100 000 jobs

By: Dylan Slater     8th December 2017 The South African stainless steel industry is “very important” in employing people and growing the economy through exports and the local manufacturing of products, says South African Stainless Steel Development Association CEO John Tarboton.  

Welding Alloys South Africa

     8th December 2017 Crushing hammers, cane knives, washboards, shredders, trash plates and mill roll arcing are a few areas within a sugar mill that experience significant wear. In most cases, demand on throughput outweighs the need to do regular and ongoing maintenance. It is vital to extract the most value out of... 

Container supplier sees opportunities despite market slump

By: Nica Schreuder     1st December 2017 The chemicals, power generation, oil and gas, and petrochemicals sectors have created a significant demand for tanktainers, says container industry provider Container World. Tanktainers, or tank containers, are intermodal containers used to transport liquids, gases and powders as bulk cargo. 

Steel company’s optimism fuels technology investment appetite

By: Nica Schreuder     24th November 2017 Steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode’s optimism regarding long-term prospects for South Africa’s economy and steel industry has prompted it to continually invest in quality steel equipment. Such an investment was made through the buying of the BLM Adige LT20 jumbo tube laser in... 

Maintenance Free Handrailing

     20th November 2017 Stainless steel tubular handrailing still outranks its competitors, and Andrew Mentis confirms that demand for this product remains consistent. Corrosion resistant and maintenance free, stainless steel handrailing is the first choice in numerous applications including corrosive and damp... 

Value-for-money centrifugal pumps to change process

     17th November 2017 The food and beverage industry is continuously looking for solutions to increase production efficiency with extremely high system pressure applications becoming more common, especially in typical reverse osmosis applications for whey, wine and beer filtration. 

Specialised welding enhances refurbishment capabilities

By: Robyn Wilkinson     17th November 2017 Having proven the benefits of laser beam welding for the refurbishment of industrial components in a range of experimental projects, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) National Laser Centre (NLC) is working to commercialise this specialised technique for the South... 

South Africa crucial to global chrome supply, Chromium 2017 hears 

By: Martin Creamer     10th November 2017 South Africa is an irreplaceable supplier of chrome ore and ferrochrome, which is, in turn, an irreplaceable component of China-dominated stainless steel production, global delegates to last week’s well-attended Chromium 2017 conference heard. South Africa, as the dominant global chrome producer,... 

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