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Food, beverage supply chain under focus at SAPICS 2017 conference

24th April 2017 Food production is the world’s largest manufacturing sector, and in Africa it is second only to the oil and gas industry – based on the combined revenue of the 111 largest African agro-food companies. Potential for further growth is substantial, but it relies on efficient and innovative supply... 

High-tech cold storage warehouse gives clients competitive edge

21st October 2016 Logistics and supply chain management specialist Imperial Cold Logistics’ new 25 500 m2 warehouse developed at a cost of R160-million, situated in Linbro Park, Johannesburg, is now one of the largest cold storage facilities in Africa. The warehouse houses 37 000 pallets, operates 24/7 and offers... 

Transforming the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain in Malawi

5th September 2016 For the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in developing countries, cost-effective, reliable, secure and sustainable supply chains can save their lives. To help improve the healthcare supply chain in Malawi, the United Kingdom and United States Governments, through the Department for... 

Resolve Immix wins Microsoft ERP Partner of the Year Award

25th August 2016 Resolve Immix, leading software solutions provider, is proud to announce that they have won Microsoft’s FY16 ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Partner of the Year Award for South Africa. Microsoft’s Partner Network Awards takes place on an annual basis and recognises South African partners who... 
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South Africa plans emergency steel tariff from July – WTO

South Africa is proposing to put emergency "safeguard" tariffs on imports of certain flat hot-rolled steel products from July, it said in a filing published by the World Trade Organisation on Thursday. The tariff would be in place for three years, and fall from 12% in the first year to 10% in... 

Fuel price to rise next week

The Department of Energy has confirmed that the price of petrol in Gauteng will increase by 49c per litre on May 3. This is due to the international product prices of petrol increasing during the recent period, as well as the rand having depreciated against the US dollar. 
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