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ABB Dodge Gear Reducer Proves Effective For Kwena Coal Mine’s Performance

20th February 2020 The outstanding performance of ABB’s Dodge gear reducer at Kwena Coal Mine in Mpumalanga has led to leading distributor Bearings International (BI) continuing its successful business relationship with Swiss-Swedish multinational ABB through the purchase of a second unit to be installed on another... 

Comprehensive range of quality fasteners now available from BI

5th December 2019 Almost every bearing or power transmission application requires fasteners. In order to be able to offer a complete solution to its customers, Bearings International (BI) now stocks and supplies a comprehensive range of quality fasteners, including blind rivets, self-drilling screws, hexagonal... 

BI is exclusive distributor for CRAFT bearings of Europe

1st November 2019 A leading European supplier of high-quality, low-cost bearings for a range of industrial, agricultural, and automotive aftermarket applications is the latest international brand to be added to the product stable of leading supplier Bearings International (BI), part of the Hudaco Group. With the... 

KOBO prover chain from BI for bakery ovens and provers

29th October 2019 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) offers KOBO prover chain for specific applications such as bakery ovens and provers. In South Africa, standard prover chain is a 100 mm pitch chain with custom-dimensioned rollers and inner hollow pin diameter. BI can customise its prover chains,... 
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Amatola Water Board to lead drought intervention in Eastern Cape

Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has commissioned the Amatola Water Board to lead the drought intervention plan in the Eastern Cape, the board said on Monday. In a statement, it added it was assigned to solve water shortage and infrastructure challenges in various municipalities to... 

Tax increases would spell gloom for South African retail stocks

Johannesburg’s retail stocks will likely bear the brunt of tax increases, should South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni target consumers with revenue-raising measures in his budget Wednesday. Consumer spending power in Africa’s most-industrialized market is under severe strain, with... 
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