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May 16, 2003
A second ferrochrome furnace is currently under construction at ASA Metals’ works in Steelpoort, Limpopo, as part of a R160-million expansion project.
May 16, 2003
Starting with three employees in 1988, Zululand Engineering Enterprises (ZEE) is now the only specialist electrically-heated equipment manufacturer in Kwazulu-Natal, and has an average yearly turnover growth of 38 %, says managing member Gideon Coetzee.
May 16, 2003
State-owned mineral research organisation Mintek is supplying two Minfurn carbon regeneration furnaces to Cia Minera Aurifera Santa Rosa (Comarsa) gold-mine in Peru, says marketing manager Willy Cilengi.
May 16, 2003
A $100-million furnace expansion is being investigated by South African Chrome and Alloys (SA Chrome) in partnership with a Chinese concern.
May 16, 2003
High-tech wholly-owned South African company, UV+IR Engineering, says it has become a leading force in mining and industrial drying.
May 02, 2003
The South African government recently completed brokering a peace deal in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), ending one of Africa’s most convoluted and bloody wars, and now a South African industrial painting company is assisting in the rebuilding of...
May 02, 2003
The involvement of previously disadvantaged individuals in the fields of tribology and corrosion control is sadly lacking, believes ICE Corrosion Engineering consultant engineer Greg Combrink.
May 02, 2003
The use of old technology in combating corrosion can save the South African economy millions of rands a year, says Total Contamination Control (TCC) marketing and engineering manager Greg Combrink.
May 02, 2003
The main focus of the South African Institute of Tribology (SAIT) is to provide education for and about the industry, says institute president Rob Hodgson.
May 02, 2003
One of the biggest corrosion-control projects for electric power generation in South Africa is being undertaken by Steuler Africa.
 
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