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With a proud history spanning more than 110 years, Macsteel Service Centres SA continues to develop and expand, reinforcing its position as the leading merchandiser and distributor of steel and value added steel products in Africa. Consisting of 8 dynamic Business Units and operating from a network of 79 service centres, branches and warehouses, Macsteel supplies the entire Sub Saharan geographic region with the full range of carbon steel, special steel, stainless steel, aluminium products and value added steel processes to all sectors of industry.  Macsteel invites You to test their mettle and forge an enduring partnership with them as Your preferred steel supplier of choice

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Cheers to largest centrifugal pump in South Africa

     24th March 2017 The largest centrifugal pump available on the South African market for the food and beverage industry has been introduced by Verder Pumps South Africa. Part its new Packo range of food-grade pumps, the new centrifugal pump is capable of pumping beer into eight million 250 ml bottles an hour. It... 

Atterbury to open new Ghana mall in April

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th March 2017 South African property development company Atterbury will open its fourth retail development in Ghana, the $95-million Kumasi City mall on April 20. The 18 500 m2 modern mall, with potential for a future 10 000 m2 expansion, will give the city of Kumasi its first one-stop building with shopping... 

In Search Of A Company With The Most Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Programme For 2016

     24th March 2017 Great companies make for good corporate citizens, positively impacting on their stakeholders and the lives of communities in which they operate.   To celebrate corporate social responsibility by a company in the metals and engineering sector, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of... 

Balama on track for Q2 start

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th March 2017 The Balama graphite project, in Mozambique, is on track to be commissioned in the second quarter of this year. Owner Syrah Resources on Friday told shareholders ore mining is scheduled to start in May to allow for the commissioning of the primary crusher. A temporary laboratory will be... 

Board plant project, Sweden

By: Sheila Barradas     24th March 2017 The project involves the construction of a 550 000 t/y board machine. 

ELB launches rotary breaker into Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th March 2017 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB) is a accredited distributor and sales agent for Centrifugal & Mechanical Industries (CMI), a division of Elgin Separation Solutions, for sub-Equatorial Africa and Madagascar. The ELB Group, since its inception in 1919, has continuously grown on the back of... 

NCPC-SA to emphasise efficiency at Naacam show

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th March 2017 The National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA) will share its knowledge regarding resource efficiency and cleaner production methods to assist industry in lowering costs through reduced energy, water and material use during this year’s National Association of Automotive... 

One-stop solution gives company market edge

By: Simone Liedtke     24th March 2017 The ability to supply a full range of high-quality pumps with full back-up and support, as well as readily available spare parts, has placed pump supplier and manufacturer KSB Pumps and Valves in a unique position where clients can meet all their pumping requirements through a single supplier. 

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. 

Pumps range included in offering to cater for demand

By: Simone Liedtke     24th March 2017 Technical solutions provider Bearing Man Group (BMG) is strategising to enhance its fluid technology services to meet growing market demand in diverse industries, including the pumps industry. 

Refurbishment demand driven by cost efficiency

By: Simone Liedtke     24th March 2017 Competition in the pumps industry has become fierce, owing to demand for cost efficiency that has seen growing calls for product refurbishment, says pumps manufacturer and distributor Mather + Platt. 

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... 

AMSA officially launches Gauteng steel rail hub 

     23rd March 2017 ArcelorMittal South Africa in February officially launched its Isando Distribution Centre, in Germiston, in a long-term initiative to migrate the bulk of domestic final product steel distribution from road to rail.  

Global crude steel output rose 4.1% y/y in February

By: Natasha Odendaal     23rd March 2017 Global crude steel production by the 67 countries reporting to industry body World Steel Association (worldsteel) increased 4.1% year-on-year to 126.6-million tonnes in February. China produced 4.6% more crude steel year-on-year, at 61.2-million tonnes, while Japan produced 8.3-million tonnes, a... 

No talks planned to end 5-1/2-week Quebec zinc plant strike – union

By: Reuters     22nd March 2017 No meetings are planned between management and striking workers at Noranda Income Fund's zinc refinery in Quebec, the second biggest in North America, a union official said on Wednesday, as the work stoppage dragged through a sixth week. The two sides last met, along with a mediator, on March 3... 

Seifsa welcomes easing inflation

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     22nd March 2017 The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) on Wednesday welcomed the easing in consumer price inflation to 6.3% in February, down from 6.6% in January. Contributors to easing inflation included food and nonalcoholic beverages, as well as household contents and... 

ArcelorMittal consortium submits top bid for Italian steel plant

By: Reuters     20th March 2017 ArcelorMittal, the world's top steelmaker, and Italian processor Marcegaglia have offered €1.6-billion ($1.72-billion) to buy Italy's troubled Ilva steel plant, outbidding a rival consortium, three sources said on Friday. The rival group that includes India's JSW Steel bid €1.2-billion for the... 

Dawn welcomes new CEO

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     17th March 2017 JSE-listed Distribution and Warehousing Network (Dawn) has appointed Edwin Hewitt CEO, effective April 1, to succeed Stephen Connelly, who is taking up the position of executive deputy chairperson. Hewitt was appointed chief restructuring officer at Dawn in February, working with a major bank,... 

Chain ideal for food and beverage industry

     17th March 2017 Engineering solutions company BMG has designed a lubricant-free chain intended for environments with stringent hygiene standards such as the food and beverage industry. BMG GM Carlo Beukes says the environmental-friendly Lambda chain is designed with a sintered oil impregnated bush where the... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     17th March 2017 The Kusile power station’s Unit 1 has reached its full 800 MW load-generating capacity after initial synchronisation on December 26. 

Recent aquisition enhances firm’s product quality

By: Victor Moolman     17th March 2017 Following filtration technology company Freudenberg Filtration Technologies’ acquisition of technology producer Alphasorb in the second quarter of 2016, the quality of Freudenberg’s gas-control products has increased greatly, says Freudenberg market segment manager for sub-Saharan Africa Pooven... 

Stainless steel body hopes to boost product demand at event

By: Nadine James     17th March 2017 Industry body and lobby group the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda) hopes to drive demand for stainless steel products by exhibiting at Water Show Africa 2017, which runs alongside Power & Electricity World Africa held at the Sandton Convention Centre on March 28... 

China iron-ore extends gains as steel holds near 3-year high

By: Reuters     16th March 2017 Shanghai rebar steel futures cut early losses to end near a three-year high on Thursday, helping raw material iron ore extend gains to a fifth session in a row. Hopes of stronger infrastructure spending and property sales in China helped steel prices surge this week, but volatility is also high. 

New agroprocessing-, metals-focused Ipap to be released next month

By: Schalk Burger     15th March 2017 A new Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) focused on supporting the agroprocessing and metals industries, including foundries and the casting sector, will be released in April, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) director-general Lionel October said at the Metal Casting Conference, in Kempton... 

Air Liquide opposes Evraz Highveld court proceedings

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     15th March 2017 Embattled Evraz Highveld Steel’s business rescue practitioners (BRPs) have instituted court proceedings against Air Liquide in the High Court seeking to cancel certain obligations under a supply agreement between the two companies. The application also seeks declaratory relief from Air Liquide’s... 

Modular construction methods help reduce waiting times at clinics in Mpumalanga

     15th March 2017 In partnership with the Department of Health, Kwikspace Modular Buildings has successfully installed 132 doctor’s consultation rooms at clinics throughout Mpumalanga. The new clinics, each measuring 250 m2, have sufficient capacity for up to six people to be treated simultaneously. Additional... 

High Q1 ferrochrome price settled at lower Q2 level – Merafe

By: Martin Creamer     15th March 2017 The European benchmark ferrochrome price has been settled at US$1.54/lb for the second quarter (Q2) of 2017, a decrease of 6.7% on the high-flying US$165/lb first quarter (Q1) price, Merafe Resources announced on Wednesday. The settled Q2 price is well up on the average 2016 European benchmark... 

Seifsa In Search Of The Most Innovative Company Of The Year In The Metals And Engineering Sector

     15th March 2017 The company that will have stood head and shoulders above its competitors in the metals and engineering sector when it comes to innovation will be celebrated in Sandton, Johannesburg during a gala dinner at the 2017 SEIFSA Awards for Excellence, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of... 

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... 

Indian DRI plants face iron-ore shortage

By: Ajoy K Das     15th March 2017 Indian sponge iron, or direct reduced iron (DRI), manufacturers are facing an acute shortage of iron-ore despite the government liberalising norms for the allocation of iron-ore blocks and with the country poised to achieve a five-year high in the production of the raw material. The shortage of... 

Seifsa seeks to reward companies with good health, safety performances

By: Anine Kilian     14th March 2017 The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa), which will hold its yearly Awards for Excellence in May, will honour those companies that have upheld high health and safety performances in 2016.   Seifsa CEO Kaizer Nyatsumba says that, although the metals and... 

First K+S rail cars arrive at $4.1bn Legacy mine, in Saskatchewan

By: Henry Lazenby     13th March 2017 The first 177 of 531 custom built rail cars have arrived at potash project developer K+S Potash Canada's (KSPC's) $4.1-billion Legacy mine site, in Saskatchewan. The company on Monday said this was enough to complete one of three trains that will transport KSPC’s product to its potash handling... 

South Australian magnetite consortium finds possible offtake partner

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th March 2017 ASX-listed Magnetite Mines has announced the signing of a sale and purchase letter of intent (LOI) between the South Australian Magnetite Consortium and a non-Chinese steelmaker for the purchase of one-million tonnes a year of iron-ore concentrate for pelletising purposes. The South Australian... 

Electric vehicles won't depose stainless in nickel demand dynamics

By: Reuters     10th March 2017 Investors hoping for explosive nickel demand growth, in tandem with the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, could well be disappointed as any increase is seen as unlikely to change a market dominated by stainless steel producers. Some watching the frenzy of interest in battery materials such as... 

Chryso Enviromix® Gives Contractors The Green Edge

     10th March 2017 Billed as a very innovative technology by CHRYSO, EnviroMix® is engineered to boost the performance of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCM). SCMs are industrial by-products which when used as a partial replacement for Portland cement reduce the amount of cement that is required for... 

China iron ore eyes worst week in nearly 3 months as port stocks climb

By: Reuters     10th March 2017 Iron-ore futures in China were little changed on Friday, but were headed for their biggest weekly drop since December as the rally in steel prices lost steam and stockpiles of iron ore at Chinese ports rose to the most in at least 13 years. Iron-ore prices have rallied with steel this year... 

Proposed curb on free pricing of iron-ore may trigger face-off with India's miners

By: Ajoy K Das     10th March 2017 The Indian government has started working on measures to curb free pricing in the iron-ore sector, triggering fears of another face-off with miners. The government, as per statements emanating from the Steel and Mines Ministries, has taken a policy stance that iron-ore should be made available to... 

Cast process ensures cost-effective production

     10th March 2017 High pressure die-casting provides the shortest route from molten metal to completed component and comprises injecting molten metal into a hardened steel mold and allowing it to solidify under pressure before ejection, says casting supplier MRT Castings, based in Andover, England. 

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