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Real Economy Reports

Steel and Vanadium complex finds new life as industrial park 

     Updated 20 minutes ago A closed steel complex in Mpumalanga is finding new vigour as an industrial park, by focusing on providing key facilities for specialist services companies. 

Steel and Vanadium complex finds new life as industrial park

BMG launches R400m World site facility in Gauteng 

     12th October 2017 Technical solutions provider BMG, which is part of Invicta Holdings, has officially launched its BMG World site, in Johannesburg last month. Mia Breytenbach tells us more. 

BMG launches R400m World site facility in Gauteng

Sandvik establishes R15-million local production facility 

     5th October 2017 Mining equipment and services provider Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology last month officially opened its new R15-million production unit in Boksburg. Ilan Solomons was there and filed this report. 

Sandvik establishes R15-million local production facility

Rio-Carb diversifying its wear liner solutions 

     27th September 2017 Wear liners manufacturer Rio-Carb is diversifying its product range, which will enable the company to enter new markets, such as earthmoving and agriculture, and expand their operations locally and internationally. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more. 

Rio-Carb diversifying its wear liner solutions

Leaf 2 offers advanced technologies, dynamic new design 

     21st September 2017 The effects of global warming are driving the case for electric vehicles, or EVs, such as the latest zero-emissions EV from global vehicle manufacturer Nissan, the much-anticipated Leaf 2. Tracy Hancock attended the launch in Japan. 

Leaf 2 offers advanced technologies, dynamic new design

Training facility to mitigate skills deficit challenge in artisan industry 

     14th September 2017 Industrial rope access specialists Skyriders Access Specialists aims to bridge the rope access skills deficit in the artisan industry through offering training at its Midrand-based facility, in South Africa.  

Training facility to mitigate skills deficit challenge in artisan industry

Comair dealing with poor economic situation in SA 

     7th September 2017 The weak South African economy is affecting the local airline sector. Keith Campbell reports on how one local airline group, Comair, is meeting the challenge. 

Comair dealing with poor economic situation in SA

SAB invests R2.8bn in expanding Gauteng breweries 

     31st August 2017 Multinational beverage and brewing company AB-InBev subsidiary South African Breweries will invest R2.8-billion into brewery expansions, including two new packaging lines for returnable glass bottles, at its Alrode and Rosslyn breweries, in Gauteng. 

SAB invests R2.8bn in expanding Gauteng breweries

AMSA’s new incubator to develop industrialists for its procurement supply chain 

     24th August 2017 ArcelorMittal South Africa has completed the first phase of its new 1 600 m2 Matlafatso steel industry incubation hub, in Vanderbijlpark, to help develop and absorb young emerging industrialists into its procurement supply chain. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

AMSA’s new incubator to develop industrialists for its procurement supply chain

Industrial gas supplier showcases commitment to craft beer market 

     17th August 2017 Industrial gas supplier Air Products hosted media at Johannesburg-based restaurant and microbrewery Mad Giant in June, where it showcased its support for South Africa’s bourgeoning craft beer industry. David Oliveira tells us more. 

Industrial gas supplier showcases commitment to craft beer market

High speed cameras improve measuring ability 

     10th August 2017 The University of Pretoria has recently purchased four new high speed cameras that are being used for the measurements of vibration on fast moving structures. Victor Moolman tells us more. 

High speed cameras improve measuring ability

Joburg Property Company showcases city’s heritage 

     3rd August 2017 The Johannesburg Property Company invited media in June to view some of its property initiatives around the city, which includes the refurbishment of two heritage sites.  

Joburg Property Company showcases city’s heritage

State-owned rail entity showcases products and initiatives 

     27th July 2017 From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. Sashnee Moodley: Transnet showcased their diesel-powered TransAfrica locomotive, as well as a range of other products and initiatives, at an investor’s event held in June, at their production facility in Pretoria. Simone Liedtke... 

State-owned rail entity showcases products and initiatives

New screening processor launched to South African Market 

     20th July 2017 New screening technology to the South African mining market, the MS 703 EVO, has been introduced by mobile crushing and screening equipment supplier Kleemann in June. Victor Moolman tells us more. 

New screening processor launched to South African Market

McDonald’s launches new instore design 

     13th July 2017 Food and beverage giant McDonald’s South Africa has unveiled its first newly built, revamped restaurant at Stoneridge shopping centre, in Johannesburg.  

McDonald’s launches new instore design

Air force capability demonstration 2017 

     6th July 2017 The South African air force conducted its annual live fire capability demonstration last month, in which primary air borne military assets flexed their muscle. 

Air force capability demonstration 2017

Verimark celebrates 40th year with expansion 

     29th June 2017 Verimark, starting from humble beginnings 40 years ago, has successfully transitioned from seller and distributor of direct response television products into a diversified retail corporate leveraging an ever-expanding platform. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

Verimark celebrates 40th year with expansion

The story behind the partial restart of Highveld Steel 

     22nd June 2017 There are some signs of life at the vast Highveld Steel complex, in Mpumalanga, where all production at was halted in 2015 after the country’s second-largest steelmaker was placed into business rescue. 

The story behind the partial restart of Highveld Steel

Continuous improvement concept to increase productivity 

     14th June 2017 While implementing a substantial two-year re-engineering process, stainless-steel and aluminium cookware manufacturer Hendler and Hart notes that the company keeps its commitment to stay relevant through innovation based on the concept of continuous improvement. 

Continuous improvement concept to increase productivity

Drill rig to assist in remedying challenge in mining industry 

     8th June 2017 Sustained lower commodity prices and ever-increasing costs are ‘squeezing’ mining margins and threaten the industry’s survival. Therefore, mining machinery manufacturer GST Drilling says that products like the Safe Quality Stoping face advance rig can go a long way towards remedying this... 

Drill rig to assist in remedying challenge in mining industry

Pan African Resources highlights future project pipeline 

     1st June 2017 To produce gold as cheaply as possible, South African gold miner Pan African Resources is undergoing a significant tailings retreatment project at its Evander mine, in Mpumalanga, which will result in the construction of a R6.35-billion tailings retreatment plant. 

Pan African Resources highlights future project pipeline

Puma Energy sponsors South Africa’s Flying Lions aerobatic team 

     24th May 2017 International oil company Puma Energy recently announced, at Rand Airport in Germiston, east of Johannesburg, that it was sponsoring the Flying Lions aerobatic team. Keith Campbell reports. 

Puma Energy sponsors South Africa’s Flying Lions aerobatic team

ABB opens traction transformer factory 

     18th May 2017 The Global CEO of technology group ABB, Ulrich Spiesshofer, was in South Africa this month to officially open the company’s latest manufacturing investment in the country – a state-of-the-art traction transformer factory in eastern Johannesburg. 

ABB opens traction transformer factory

Sansa formalises support for Africa  

     11th May 2017 The South African National Space Agency has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the NEPAD Agency. 

Sansa formalises support for Africa

Flexible engineering borescopes seeing rising demand 

     4th May 2017 US borescope manufacturer Gradient Lens Corporation’s new Hawkeye V2 flexible video borescopes are in demand in South Africa’s technical industries where they support efficient, documented non-destructive testing and inspection.  

Flexible engineering borescopes seeing rising demand

CNC Machines to produce components for isotope separation facility 

     26th April 2017 Machine component manufacturer Precision Separators will be manufacturing and producing components for a medical isotope facility in Pretoria.  

CNC Machines to produce components for isotope separation facility

Asset manager launches latest logistics and warehousing facility 

     20th April 2017 Asset management Fortress Income Fund has launched its Westlake View logistics park, further increasing the companies warehousing and logistics development pipeline, which currently has a gross leasable area of about 1-million m2 that spans Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.  

Asset manager launches latest logistics and warehousing facility

Barloworld launches incubation hub to assist SMME development 

     13th April 2017 Barloworld launched its Incubation Hub at its Barlow Park head office in Johannesburg, last month to assist small business suppliers and companies operating in its value chain in overcoming challenges, including market access, finance and skills that commonly impact on small, medium-sized and... 

Barloworld launches incubation hub to assist SMME development

Adaptable Lifting Solutions for Engineering Projects 

     6th April 2017 Lifting solutions company SA French recently showcased its permanent and temporary lifting gear in an effort to show customers its potential in various sectors.  

Adaptable Lifting Solutions for Engineering Projects

South Deep Reaffirms Rebase Plan 

     30th March 2017 Gold mining major Gold Fields has reinforced its rebase plan for its South Deep mine with renewed focus being put into safety, production and mechanisation.  

South Deep Reaffirms Rebase Plan

AMSA officially launches Gauteng steel rail hub 

     23rd March 2017 ArcelorMittal South Africa in February officially launched its Isando Distribution Centre, in Germiston, in a long-term initiative to migrate the bulk of domestic final product steel distribution from road to rail.  

AMSA officially launches Gauteng steel rail hub

Urban agriculture pilot project hints at potential 

     16th March 2017 The vegetable garden on the roof of the Kotze street shelter, in Braamfontein, is part of a pilot project series of urban gardens to improve food security for the more vulnerable people in the city. Schalk Burger has the story. 

Urban agriculture pilot project hints at potential

R1bn Eastern basin treatment plant processes 94 Mℓ/d of AMD 

     9th March 2017 Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has officially visited the Eastern Basin acid mine drainage treatment plant, in Springs, where she heaped high praise on the facility and its operators. 

R1bn Eastern basin treatment plant processes 94 Mℓ/d of AMD

Digital public-private high school celebrates ten years 

     2nd March 2017 Information technology multinational Oracle last month celebrated the tenth year of the fully digital high school, which it built in partnership with the Gauteng Department of Education.  

Digital public-private high school celebrates ten years

Amplats launches new Chrome Recovery Plant 

     23rd February 2017 Anglo American Platinum launched its newly commissioned chrome recovery plant earlier in January at its Thabazimbi-based Amandelbult complex in Limpopo.  

Amplats launches new Chrome Recovery Plant

SK 9 set for early 2018 clinker production 

     15th February 2017 Cement producer PPC invited media in January to a tour of its Slurry operation, in the North West, and the construction site of the R1.7-billion Slurry Kiln 9 project, which is scheduled for first clinker production at the beginning of next year. 

SK 9 set for early 2018 clinker production

South African National Space Agency appoints new CEO 

     8th February 2017 The South African National Space Agency has a new Chief Executive Officer. The new CEO of the South African National Space Agency, or SANSA, is Dr Val Munsami. He tells us about the agency’s plans and programmes for this coming year. 

South African National Space Agency appoints new CEO

JHB Property Company unveils rejuvenation initiatives 

     1st February 2017 The Johannesburg Property Company invited media in December last year to view the construction sites of the new R340-million Johannesburg Council Chamber building and Alexandra townships latest mall, Alex Mall. David Oliveira reports.  

JHB Property Company unveils rejuvenation initiatives
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