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Renergen, SAB tap into gas to reduce carbon emissions with landmark transaction

By: Simone Liedtke     21st May 2018 Natural gas development company Renergen has signed an offtake agreement with Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev)subsidiary South African Breweries (SAB) for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to power its delivery trucks. The agreement sees the initial roll out of compressed natural gas to a... 

Volvo Group Southern Africa to invest millions in youth empowerment

By: African News Agency      21st May 2018 Volvo Group Southern Africa said it was planning to invest more than R20-million on apprenticeship training, automotive industry learnerships, disabled person learnerships, as well as internships in 2018. President of Volvo Group Southern Africa, Torbjörn Christensson, said that since 2015, the... 

Learning opportunity on mining training’s competitive edge 

By: Martin Creamer     18th May 2018 The objective of the impressive Murray & Roberts Training Academy in Carletonville is to make mining workplaces safer, more productive, technically proficient and values driven. 

Engen Raslouw in Centurion gets a Woolies Foodstop

17th May 2018 The people of Pretoria West are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Raslouw. Engen Raslouw is located on the corner of the R55 and Lochner Road, Raslouw Gardens, Pretoria West. The new Woolies food offering was... 

At the heart of long haul

16th May 2018 Blurb: Shell Rimula believes that driver health and education lie at the fore in the prevention of road accidents for truck drivers As an advocate of driver wellness and health, Shell Rimula is committed to promoting road safety and education amongst both private and professional drivers. 

Growing FAW becomes SA’s second biggest truck exporter

By: Irma Venter     16th May 2018 FAW South Africa (SA) first appeared as one of South Africa’s top five truck exporters in 2016, debuting in fifth position. In 2017, the company has moved up to the number two spot, behind the Volvo group. Exports reached 159 units in 2016, growing to 212 units in 2017. 

Semi-automatic logistics solution for Germany's largest noodle factory

15th May 2018   Process reliability thanks to EKS 215a automated order picker Compact warehouse with shuttle system for efficient use of space Logistics interface communicates between trucks and the Warehouse Management System Hamburg/Erfurt: Jungheinrich is building a semi-automatic finished goods warehouse... 

Callinex jumps 35% on viable combined Nash Creek, Superjack PEA

By: Henry Lazenby     15th May 2018 Base metals-focused Callinex Mines has made public the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) examining the production of zinc from the combined 100%-owned Nash Creek and Superjack projects, located in New Brunswick’s prolific Bathurst Mining District, in Maritime Canada. The PEA... 

TPT continues to strive for greater efficiency at Durban port

By: Shirley le Guern     11th May 2018 The Port of Durban has come a long way but it is not yet where Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) wants it to be, CE Nozipho Sithole told delegates attending the Transport Forum Special Interest Group gathering, held at the former Durban Maritime School of Excellence, this week.  “I’m not sure how... 

Durban port truck booking system could become compulsory by April 2019

By: Shirley le Guern     11th May 2018 The Durban port may have a compulsory truck booking system in place by April 2019, Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) CE Nozipho Sithole tells Engineering News Online. In an interview on the sidelines of the Transport Forum Special Interest Group, in Durban, this week, she was adamant that TPT had... 

Hillbrow protesters vow to continue waste collection protests

By: News24Wire      10th May 2018 Hillbrow protesters have vowed to continue their campaign against Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba over the collection of rubbish in the city, despite arrests. On Thursday morning, protesters marched in Wolmaraans Street and burnt barricades of trash, causing serious traffic delays. "We want to... 

New Volvo CE rigid haulers to deliver improved production

8th May 2018 Babcock customers can now look forward to achieving production targets faster as the new range of Volvo Construction Equipment rigid haulers becomes available in southern Africa later this year following the official launch in Scotland in April. The new Volvo Construction Equipment hauler range... 

UD Trucks aims to offer fully electric, autonomous trucks towards 2030

By: Irma Venter     8th May 2018 UD Trucks has joined the global pursuit to develop fully electric and self-driving trucks. The group launched a road map, called Fujin & Raijin, Vision 2030, that aims to deliver fully-electric and autonomous trucks over the next 12 years. 

Firm sees taxis and mine trucks as logical hydrogen transport pioneers

By: Schalk Burger     4th May 2018 Hydrogen transportation technology can serve the local taxi industry and be used in large opencast mines where several haul trucks operate in a limited radius. One hydrogen fuelling station could serve an entire fleet. Such applications would eliminate the need for a dispersed suburban and urban... 

April new-vehicle sales improve by 3.6%

By: Irma Venter     2nd May 2018 The South African new-vehicle market grew by 3.6% in April, to 36 346 units, compared with the same month last year. The number is not the final tally, however, as it is expected to increase by about 350 units once Fiat Chrysler Automobiles South Africa submits its delayed sales tally by the... 

Fuso aims for a 10% share in South Africa’s new-truck market

By: Irma Venter     2nd May 2018 Daimler Trucks and Buses Southern Africa (DTBSA) wants to grow Fuso’s share of the local new-truck market from 6.1% in 2017, to 10% in 2020, says DTBSA executive director Jasper Hafkamp. Fuso market share in 2014 was 4.2%. The South African new-truck market reached 22 268 units in 2017. 

Metals maker Arconic slashes forecasts, shares slide

By: Reuters     1st May 2018 Aluminium products maker Arconic Inc slashed its 2018 forecasts for profit and free cash flow on expectations that the price of the metal would remain high this year due to sanctions on Russian supplies and a 10% duty on aluminium imports. Shares of the company, which makes aluminium products... 

MC Mining’s Q3 output falls on equipment availability challenges at Uitkomst

By: Anine Kilian     26th April 2018 Equipment availability challenges resulted in an 18% quarter-on-quarter decrease in production at MC Mining’s Uitkomst metallurgical and thermal coal colliery to 115 750 t for the three months ended March 31. “The contract miner experienced equipment availability challenges during the quarter,... 

Goscor Lift Truck Company’s PMB branch up and running …

25th April 2018 … a symbol of the company’s service philosophy The Goscor Lift Truck Company’s (GLTC) recently expanded their Pietermaritzburg (PMB) Facility in many ways symbolises the most important tenet of the company’s philosophy – i.e. it does whatever it takes to ensure the best possible service for its... 

Jungheinrich: "Your Connection To Success"

23rd April 2018 Largest exhibitor at CeMAT 2018 Intralogistics 4.0 is lived daily at Jungheinrich 

DTI opposed to temporary scrapping of EV duties, but open to EU tariff re-set 

By: Terence Creamer     20th April 2018 The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has confirmed that it is opposed to reducing protection on the import of electric vehicles (EVs) as a way of increasing domestic demand, arguing that automotive firms should, instead, use the duty offsets available to them through production rebate... 

Volvo Trucks launches first all-electric truck, sales to start in 2019

By: Irma Venter     19th April 2018 Volvo Trucks has introduced its first all-electric truck for commercial use. The FL Electric will be used for urban distribution and refuse operations, among other applications. Sales and series production of the new model will start in Europe next year. 

Sanctions fallout upends metals as aluminum, nickel burst higher

By: Bloomberg     19th April 2018 The turmoil unleashed by US sanctions against United Co. Rusal reverberated in metals markets, sending aluminium and nickel to multi-year highs. Global metals markets have been rocked for the past two weeks by the clampdown on Russia’s Rusal, which set off a rush for alternative supplies and... 

Bell laments import duties on steel, tyres; Kamaz assembly could start in 2019 

By: Irma Venter     19th April 2018 “South African manufacturers are paying 22% too much for their steel; whether you are making lamp posts or electrical cabinets, you are not going to pay what you would pay on the global market,” says Bell Equipment CEO Gary Bell. Bell Equipment manufactures six lines of capital equipment,... 

Another hydrogen boost for platinum fuel cells

By: Simone Liedtke     18th April 2018 The introduction of platinum-using fuel cells has received another boost with the latest success in hydrogen compression announced by Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) on Wednesday.   Last week, Amplats revealed plans for a fuel cell dozer, which makes use of hydrogen in liquid, to make a 2019... 

R90m Bronkhorstspruit road project completed ahead of schedule 

By: African News Agency      17th April 2018 Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi on Tuesday launched a  R90-million road rehabilitation project between Bronkhorstspruit and Ekangala, east of Tshwane. Vadi said the 19 kilometre road project, wholly funded by the department, was completed eight months ahead of schedule. Road D670... 

New wheel-end seal from SKF offers extreme performance

16th April 2018 SKF's new Scotseal X-Treme wheel-end seal for trucks and trailers offers superior reliability and high temperature performance, as well as a market leading 5-year/500,000 mile warranty on trucks and 7 years on trailers. Truck and trailer operators can now dramatically reduce the risk of premature... 

The Capital Equipment Group (CEG) of Invicta Holdings Limited has acquired Shamrock Handling Concepts (Pty) Limited.

13th April 2018 “Through this acquisition, effective 2 January 2018, Shamrock Handling Concepts - with the continuing leadership of managing director, Marius Schutte - will operate under the auspices of Criterion Equipment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Invicta Holdings Limited,” explains Brenton Kemp, divisional... 

Growing Presence In Coal Grows B&E International’s Capabilities

13th April 2018 Raubex Group company B&E International’s 15 years of experience in coal today places it in the top rung of crushing and screening specialists in this competitive segment of mining, according to director of operations Sandile Mazibuko. “Our expertise – developed mainly in hard rock mining and... 

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,... 

Agreement for two hydrogen fuelling units struck

13th April 2018 Global industrial gases company Air Products has signed an agreement with State-owned Chinese power generation company Shenhua New Energy, a subsidiary of China’s energy conglomerate China Energy Investment Group, to provide two hydrogen containerised dispenser units to China Energy’s first... 

Full range of wear solutions for materials-handling applications

9th April 2018 From impact to sliding abrasion, Rio-Carb has a full range of wear solutions for a range of materials-handling applications. The wear-engineering specialist can become involved as early as the design stage in order to ensure that all operating conditions and parameters are catered for, explains... 

Engen launches Phola Park in KwaMhlanga

9th April 2018 The people of Phola Park, Mpumalanga are reaping the benefits of 24-hour 1 Plus convenience offered by the all new Engen Phola Park Convenience Centre, which officially opened on 15 March 2018.   Engen Phola Park Convenience Centre is located at the entrance of the newly built Phola Mall on the... 

Technological convergence seen as key to unlocking mobility revolution

By: Natasha Odendaal     6th April 2018 For South Africa to ride the wave being created by the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, greater attention will have to be given to aligning the fragmented changes taking place across multiple technologies, as well as in various industry sectors and subsectors. And nowhere is this promise... 

Need for crane depends on bridge design and location

By: Simone Liedtke     6th April 2018 The need for cranes in the construction of bridges usually depends on the design and geographical location of the bridge, states Midrand-based crane rental agency Concord Cranes, which forms part of the Industrial Services Group. 

Technological convergence seen as key to unlocking mobility revolution

By: Natasha Odendaal     6th April 2018 While South Africa is riding the wave of the worldwide fourth industrial revolution, at some point, there will be a need to align the fragmented changes seen in multiple technological developments – and the subsequent evolution of technology “pillars” – in different industries. As the next... 

AfriTin completes Uis tin mine design, earthworks to start in May

By: Marleny Arnoldi     4th April 2018 Bushveld Minerals' tin-focused subsidiary AfriTin Mining has completed the detailed mine design at its flagship asset Uis tin mine, in Namibia.  

Cradle Arc secures $10m to support Mowana accelerated development plan

By: Simone Liedtke     3rd April 2018 Africa-focused base and precious metals exploration and production company Cradle Arc has secured $10-million of debt funding to support an accelerated development plan for its Mowana openpit mine, in Botswana, and to refinance part of the group’s existing indebtedness. The Aim-listed company on... 

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