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Red Roc Hi-Lift Pinch Valves Offer Unique Inline Rubber Sleeve Changing Without Needing Lifting Equipment

15th June 2017 Afrivalve, a division of eDART Slurry Valves, now offers a simple patented design of the Red Roc Hi-Lift pinch valve allows for inline changing of the rubber sleeve, without the use of lifting equipment and has been granted a patent number 2017/02223.   This unique and innovative feature offers a... 

New facilities to manufacture actuators and valves

5th May 2017 Valve producer Afrivalve has expanded its facilities to Randburg where it will manufacture its C-Tech knife gate valves (KGV), RedRoc pinch valves and pneumatic and hydraulic actuators. 

eDART And Afrivalve Join Forces To Supply Full Range Of Valves And Associated Equipment

31st March 2017 eDART, South Africa’s specialist slurry valve manufacturer and Afrivalve have joined forces in order to offer a greater range of valves suited to the mining, heavy industry, water and power industries. “We are better placed as a collective to service the valve requirements of these industries... 

Afrivalve Moves Into New And Expanded Premises

31st March 2017 Afrivalve, the specialist sales division of the eDART Group has moved into new, improved and expanded premises in February 2017. The continued growth in sales and extended range of valves supplied by Afrivalve, made the move into larger premises a necessity not only in terms of stock holding, but... 
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Coca Cola’s Appletiser plant to double yearly production

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa’s (CCBSA’s ) Elgin-based Appletiser plant, in the Western Cape, is set to double its yearly production by October, owing to the beverage’s integration into the CCBSA supply chain grid. Appletiser SA is a wholly owned subsidiary of CCBSA, following last year’s... 

Activist shareholder says loses faith in South Africa's Group Five after resignations

Activist shareholder Allan Gray said on Tuesday it had lost faith in South African construction company Group Five's board to act in the best interest of the firm following the resignation of several directors and its chief executive. More than 10 executive and non-executive directors at Group... 
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