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Electra Mining 2018 - a springboard for Powermite to showcase its new range of spring cable reeling drums

25th July 2018 Powermite will use Electra Mining 2018 as a springboard to launch its new innovative Conductix Wampfler SR-Express Spring Reeling Drums as well as to introduce the market to additions to its range of plugs and sockets. Telefonika mining cable, Conductix Wampfler cable reeling drums, downshop and... 

Proof Engineering takes a stand at Electra Mining 2018

18th July 2018 Proof Engineering will reveal a newly designed tamper proof spindle for Ex Sockets alongside its latest range of Orion and Crater branded Ex glands at Electra Mining 2018. Part of the Hudaco group of companies, Proof Engineering leads the market in the design and manufacture of innovative... 

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13th July 2018 Focused on supplying engineered solutions and products for the electrification of moveable machinery, including materials handling equipment, cranes and mining equipment, Powermite prides itself on an excellent customer service experience, superior collective technical knowledge and high-quality... 

Get reel quality with new SR-Express spring cable reels from Powermite

12th July 2018 Powermite, South Africa’s industry-leading supplier of electrical and mechanical equipment for moving machinery, has boosted its superior quality, rugged and reliable cable reeling systems with the introduction of the new SR-Express range from Conductix Wampfler. Powermite holds exclusive... 
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Toyota aims to increase exports into Africa as market recovers

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) aims to export 100 000 vehicles a year from its Durban plant, says president and CEO Andrew Kirby. Total plant capacity is 242 000 units a year, which includes a 234 000-unit capacity for the Hilux, Fortuner and Corolla, 13 500 for the Ses’fikile minibus and 5... 

Fuel levy’s revenue-generating prowess to come under intense pressure

The fuel levy as income source for government is rapidly losing productivity to generate income, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). Taking the year 2000 as starting point, with the fuel levy at 100% productivity,... 
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