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SKF quality, value & service secures tender for German-owned OEM

22nd February 2017 The value and quality of SKF bearings assisted a long-standing OEM customer in securing a tender for a refurbishing project at one of South Africa’s a power utility plant. The project comprised the refurbishment of 20 rocker arms. The German-owned engineering company would normally source their... 

Speedy supply of Speedi-Sleeve seals from SKF

8th February 2017 SKF South Africa provided a turnkey solution to assist an OEM customer in reducing lead times and streamlining planned downtime. In addition to the long lead times on seals for their underground earthmoving equipment, the customer was also unhappy with general service delivery from their supplier... 

SKF lends a helping hand to OEM customer

6th February 2017 Few companies have remained unaffected by the protracted economic downturn with many having to introduce cost cutting measures in order to keep up their bottom line. The important role of customer support and service takes on even greater significance against the backdrop of a volatile economic... 

Company earns electric motors certification

27th January 2017 Mpumalanga-based armature winding specialist Mokse Engineering Enterprises, has earned engineering consultants and equipment supplier SKF’s highly respected Rebuilder: Electric Motors Certification following a stringent audit in September last year. Mokse Engineering Enterprises explains that... 
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Continued support for renewables IPPs an economic boost – Sarec

The South African Renewable Energy Council (Sarec) has welcomed the confirmation by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan that the continuation of South Africa’s independent power producer (IPP) programme was imperative, given the need to boost investment in the short term. In a statement following... 

Murray & Roberts posts H1 loss

JSE-listed Murray & Roberts (M&R) on Wednesday reported an attributable loss of R60-million for the six months ended December 31. Revenue and profit from continuing operations were R10.7-billion and R119-million respectively for the period. 
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