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At Universal Storage Systems we have master minded our own supply chain following more than 20 years of market experience in manufacturing, supplying and installing steel racking, shelving and mezzanine flooring to remain the leader in innovating storage solution needs.

We, at Universal Storage Systems, take pride in the fact that we have been of service to major brand leaders in the country's industry and commerce.

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Fibreglass applications extended

14th June 2001 During the last years, the many advantages of fibreglass have been applied to open new markets. 

Tanks supplied to chemicals plant

14th June 2001 A leading turn-key solution provider of non-metallic corrosion resistant chemical plant, equipment and piping Fibre-Wound, delivered seven large filament wound glass reinforced polyester (GRP) tanks to Suprachem in Vanderbijlpark. 

W Cape distillates plant contracts start flowing

12th June 2001 A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Lesotho and South Africa, thus establishing the Maloti-Drakensberg transfrontier conservation area (TFCA). 

Port expansions offer growth for company

8th June 2001 The growth of manufactured goods and containerised cargo leaving South Africa's ports is expected to expand appreciably as the country launches itself into value-added export overdrive. 

Mixer system meets fibrous challenge

8th June 2001 A new revolutionary mechanical mixing system will be introduced to the South African market at the AfriWater show at Gallagher Estate, Gauteng, in August. 

Automatic parking is the future way

8th June 2001 In the future, it is expected that, automated parking systems will be used increasingly in private and public transport. 

Power utility owes taxpayers

8th June 2001 What does that okie say in 'Freddie's Dead'? We're baaaack? Ho yus, we are. 

Fibreglass applications extended

8th June 2001 During the last years, the many advantages of fibreglass have been applied to open new markets. 

Fibreglass applications extended

8th June 2001 During the last years, the many advantages of fibreglass have been applied to open new markets. 

Fibreglass applications extended

8th June 2001 During the last years, the many advantages of fibreglass have been applied to open new markets. 

Mobile lab brings healthcare to many

1st June 2001 After experiencing success with its fleet of mobile primary health care clinics, a section of its Smart Health programme, medical firm Tricover has launched into a new system of pathology that is making inroads through general practitioners. 

R50m heavy-mineral port terminal

By: Laura Franz     1st June 2001 Construction of a R50-million bulk export terminal in Richards Bay, Kwazulu-Natal, to be used by Iscor Heavy Minerals (IHM) for the export of its Hillendale mine and Empangeni processing plant output, is on target for completion by August, reports design engineering and project management firm... 

New packaging for car parts

By: System Author     8th December 2000 The logistics of automotive-component packaging changed irrevocably when re-usable collapsible-box manufacturer Safbin, of Johannesburg, won a R45-million contract with DaimlerChrysler South Africa last year. 

Innovative system for new urbanism development

By: System Author     1st December 2000 Melrose Arch 

Cape Town paint factory poised to be an export centre of excellence

By: System Author     24th November 2000 Barloworld 

Coldrooms and agricultural processing, Western Cape

By: System Author     17th November 2000 The coldroom storage project 

Cutting from Argentina to Zanzibar

By: System Author     17th November 2000 Energy measurements 

Brewery gets new distribution centre

By: System Author     10th November 2000 Warehousing & storage 

Racking and shelving installation completed 

By: System Author     10th November 2000 Warehousing & storage 

Racks, shelves and pallets installed

By: System Author     10th November 2000 Warehousing & storage 

Upgrade to distribution centre completed

By: System Author     10th November 2000 Warehousing & storage 

SA productivity rises are ‘false’

By: System Author     3rd November 2000 While South Africa’s productivity is increasing faster than that of many developed countries, it has mostly been at the expense of large numbers of workers getting the boot. 

Scots eye African oil, gas projects

By: System Author     3rd November 2000 Scottish downstream petroleum engineering design consultancy is hoping, in conjunction with a local project management company, to use this country as a hub for oil and gas related projects in English-speaking Africa and Mozambique. 

Hydrogen and fuel-cells – the latest

By: System Author     3rd November 2000 Developments to Watch 

Oil-field development setting new records

By: System Author     20th October 2000 Oil refineries 

Seven new standard priorities set

By: System Author     20th October 2000 The South African Bureau of Standards released its first draft of Priority Projects for National Standards for public comment at the National Standards Conference in Pretoria this month. 

Lebalelo Bulk Water Scheme, Northern Province

By: System Author     13th October 2000 The steering committee for the proposed Lebalelo Water User Association is inviting engineering contractors to apply to prequalify to tender for the construction of the Lebalelo Bulk Water Scheme. 

Electric boats idea dodgy

By: System Author     13th October 2000 Electrically Speaking 

Lack of understanding a problem

By: System Author     6th October 2000 Welding & cutting 

Minimum standards in insulation mooted

By: System Author     29th September 2000 Heating and cooling 

Water future: now ‘small’ becomes a big issue

By: System Author     22nd September 2000 South Africa is facing what can arguably be called one of its biggest challenges of the millennium – ensuring that it has enough water resources for the generations to come. 

The next silicon revolution

By: System Author     22nd September 2000 Hitech Briefs 

Free State science park supports two hundred innovations

By: System Author     15th September 2000 A year ago, the Technikon Free State decided it would no longer hide its technological light under a bushel and set about establishing a science park as an outlet for its multitude of skills and technologies and, during this time, has extended a helping hand to over 200 projects. 

Kalahari experiments with 100 MW solar innovation

By: System Author     15th September 2000 If, on a visit to the Kalahari desert in the future, one were to stumble upon a large field of brilliant mirrors, rest assured that this is no mirage, but the energy-generation plant of the future. 

Certification for local manufacturer

By: System Author     15th September 2000 World power products 

Past provides base for the future

By: System Author     15th September 2000 World power products 

Magnets for guiding electrons

By: System Author     15th September 2000 Hitech Briefs 

United States offers rural helping hand

By: System Author     1st September 2000 A large US company has made 150 ha of land available in South Africa for the empowerment of rural communities, through training, to enable them to manage their own small-scale farming business. 

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