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Business Unusual: Embracing Disruptive Technologies in the Automotive Sector

20th July 2018 Rapid technological advancements in the global manufacturing landscape have changed the ways in which manufacturers function – from product design and development, to production optimisation, to techniques selected to penetrate new markets and deliver products to customers. Interest and... 

Terrafugia flying car to hit market in 2019

By: Irma Venter     20th July 2018 Flying car manufacturer Terrafugia has announced that its first production vehicles will come to market in 2019. Newly added and/or improved features in the 2019 Transition production vehicle – a two-seater car and aircraft – will include updates to the interior, safety systems, motor and flight... 

Provincial presence benefits company

20th July 2018 Geosynthetic products manufacturer and supplier Fibertex SA’s local operation plant in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal, is well positioned to meet growing demand for geosynthetic products, not only in Africa, but also from countries in Europe, Australasia and Asia, and is the largest plant in Africa... 

Future of digital project delivery showcased in KwaZulu-Natal

20th July 2018 Integrated infrastructure delivery firm AECOM is pioneering digital project delivery by adding various Immersive Technologies like virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to its portfolio of existing three dimensional (3D) models produced by a Building Information Modelling (BIM) process.... 

Entrenched player furthers provincial presence

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     20th July 2018 Plastic conveyor components manufacturer IRP Engineering Plastics (IRP) continues to invest in innovation and the development of its product range to continue offering market leading solutions to the food, beverage, packaging and materials handling industries in and around KwaZulu-Natal, IRP MD... 

Bridgestone South Africa’s manufacturing plant showcases rubber innovation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th July 2018 Tyre manufacturer Bridgestone South Africa on Wednesday hosted a media tour of its 186 027 m2 manufacturing facility in Brits, North West, to showcase how its technology has evolved from the 1950s to date. Bridgestone manufactures passenger radial, light truck radial, truck and bus radial, and... 

Oil change - What happens to used lubricating oil in South Africa?

19th July 2018 Global warming and environmental pollution has intensified our need to recycle our limited natural resources and to extend the lifespan of the manufactured products we use. The lubricants industry is no exception and currently in South Africa most of the used oil collected is recycled into... 

Davies concerned about extension of US tariffs to autos and auto parts

By: African News Agency      16th July 2018 South Africa’s steel and aluminium exports to the United States does not pose any threat to US national security, says Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies. Davies was speaking during bilateral meetings in Washington DC with US Trade Representative Ambassador Robert Lighthizer, US Secretary... 

No ‘hollow’ promises: Allied Steelrode’s LT20 tube laser leverages the full engineering and design potential of tubular steel

13th July 2018 The increased popularity and use of square and rectangular section hollow steel tubing is a boon for consulting engineers, as it has opened up many new and innovative design opportunities. This type of  steel tubing has many advantages for the consulting engineer as it is cost-effective, light,... 

Vacuum systems leak detection a first for Southern Africa

By: Halima Frost     13th July 2018 South African pump distributor Integrated Pump Technology has added on-site vacuum leak detection of vacuum systems to complement its existing service offering of design, supply, service and repairs of vacuum pumps and systems. Making use of the recently launched Leybold Phoenix Quadro portable... 

No ‘hollow’ promises: Allied Steelrode’s LT20 tube laser leverages the full engineering and design potential of tubular steel

12th July 2018 The increased popularity and use of square and rectangular section hollow steel tubing is a boon for consulting engineers, as it has opened up many new and innovative design opportunities. This type of  steel tubing has many advantages for the consulting engineer as it is cost-effective, light,... 

“Wacker Neuson quality is the best!”

10th July 2018 “The relationship and partnership with an excellent supplier and market-leading brand such as Wacker Neuson allows us to return that excellence to our customers,“ says Managing Director of AllCut Power Products, Waldo Nel. “The Wacker Neuson brand represents quality and we are proud stockists of... 

Platinum jewellery heading for good year – PGI 

By: Martin Creamer     9th July 2018 Significant demand growth is under way in the platinum jewellery market, which remains the second biggest ounce contributor to platinum demand at 2.5-million ounces of yearly fabrication, some 35% of total demand. “We’re seeing a lot of growth in the market. Obviously, the platinum price is... 

Tesla raises car prices in China -Electrek

By: Reuters     9th July 2018 Tesla Inc has raised prices on its Model X and S cars by over $20 000 in China, automotive news website Electrek reported on Monday, making it one of the first US carmakers to hike prices in the wake of rising trade tensions. China slapped retaliatory tariffs on US car imports in response to... 

Davies to lead South African delegation at Agoa Forum

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th July 2018 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies will lead the South African delegation at the seventeenth African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) Forum, to be held in the US, from July 11 to 12.  

Lean Management Relieves State Healthcare Headaches

6th July 2018 A ground-breaking project in which lean management is being applied in South African state hospitals is delivering impressive results in various departments – including reducing patient waiting times by up to 86%, an 80% reduction in neo-natal deaths and a throughput improvement of 35%. This is... 

Maretha Gerber appointed new head of Merc Trucks Southern Africa

By: Irma Venter     6th July 2018 Daimler Trucks & Buses Southern Africa (DTBSA) has appointed Maretha Gerber as the new head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks for Southern Africa. She replaces Clinton Savage.   Gerber has held several leadership positions within Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA). 

5G capabilities showcased through virtual reality driving test

By: Natasha Odendaal     6th July 2018 MTN South Africa and Ericsson have showcased the potential of fifth-generation (5G) capabilities by having a driver navigate a vehicle around a skid pan at the Gerotek testing facility, in Pretoria, using only data fed into a virtual reality (VR) device. In the first automotive use case... 

Chemicals factory to support value chain opened in Maluti-a-Phofong SEZ

By: Schalk Burger     6th July 2018 An industrial chemicals factory opened in the Maluti-a-Phofong special economic zone (SEZ), in Harrismith, Free State, will play a key intermediate role in supporting the value chains that pass through this transport node, says the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Chemicals and Textiles... 

A leading producer of welded structural tube and pipe to world class quality standards

6th July 2018 Macsteel Tube & Pipe has expanded its diverse manu-facturing capabilities over the past 35 years to become one of the leading tube and pipe producers in Africa. Additional value-added offerings include customised cutting, precision laser cutting, forging, coating, welding, plasma cutting and the... 

IT and engineering: bringing it all together

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th July 2018 The maintenance of infrastructure is a vital role for engineers worldwide – to mitigate risks for our industries and for society at large.   With recent advances in information technology (IT), possibilities have opened up to ensure that this maintenance and risk management happens effectively.... 

KLT’s community partnerships in South Africa recipe for meeting global production standard

By: Anine Kilian     3rd July 2018 India-based automotive component manufacturer KLT Automotive and Tubular Products South Africa plans to add 1 000 people to its 900-strong work force in the next eight years. The company has a major contract with the Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) for the Ford Ranger, and... 

Activities, Interactions – all the Latest at TruckX 2018

2nd July 2018 Competitions, challenges, launches, prizes and more – visitors to TruckX 2018 have a lot to experience and enjoy at this year’s show. TruckX, the most anticipated trucking and fleet event of the year, takes place on 11 and 12 July at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand. “TruckX is the only... 

Toyota shares 800 localisation opportunities with South African suppliers

29th June 2018 The Durban Automotive Cluster (DAC) was pleased to attend the Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) International Multipurpose Vehicle (IMV) Imported Parts Exhibition held on 21 June 2018 in Durban. Over 40 suppliers viewed over 800 components that are open to localisation in what TSAM calls their... 

First-timer to exhibit product ranges for truck market

By: Halima Frost     29th June 2018 First-time exhibitor workshop and fitment centre supplier Integrated Marketing will showcase a range of its products to the truck and fleet management industries at this year’s TruckX expo at the Kyalami International Grand Prix Circuit and Conference Centre, in Gauteng, on July 11 and 12. “The... 

Small natural capital footprint of telecoms sector seen as an opportunity

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th June 2018 The telecommunications sector is seen as the only “safe haven” in a world where natural resource depletion is increasing liability and business interruption. Natural capital, the “global stock” of natural resources, is being depleted at a rate much faster than the planet can replenish it, which... 

Laser equipment extends design possibilities

29th June 2018 The increased popularity and use of square and rectangular section hollow steel tubing is a boon for consulting engineers, as it has opened up many new and innovative design opportunities, says steel processor and supplier Allied Steelrode. This type of steel tubing has many advantages for the... 

First Youth Employment Service community hub launched in Gauteng

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th June 2018 Government’s business-led employment initiative, the Youth Employment Service (YES), on Thursday launched its first community hub, in Tembisa, Gauteng. YES aims to establish 100 hubs, which are smart infrastructure solutions that aim to address youth unemployment challenges by bringing... 

Perfect Pairing! Ceccato and Air Service Centre jointly host successful partner day

28th June 2018 Ceccato recently partnered with distributor Air Service Centre (ASC), and hosted a successful partner day that provided customers with the opportunity to view the comprehensive Ceccato product range and to engage in one-on-one interactions with representatives from the respective companies. “In... 

VW launches assembly, mobility operations in Rwanda; plant to be supplied from S Africa

By: Irma Venter     27th June 2018 German car manufacturer Volkswagen on Wednesday cut the ribbon on its new semi-knockdown (SKD) assembly facility in the Rwandan capital of Kigali. The group also kickstarted its mobility operations in the East African country. 

Mercedes-Benz to invest R10bn in East London plant expansion

By: Simone Liedtke     26th June 2018 Automotive manufacturer Mercedes-Benz Cars will invest €600-million, or about R10-billion, to expand its South African subsidiary Mercedes-Benz South Africa’s (MBSA’s) manufacturing plant, in East London, and equip it for the future. The investment will be used to build a new paint shop and a new... 

Metair considers debt funding options for proposed TAB acquisition

By: Anine Kilian     25th June 2018 JSE-listed Metair and its advisers are assessing the most effective and efficient debt funding alternatives for settling the proposed €300-million purchase price for Tovarna Akumulatorskih Baterij (TAB), in Slovenia. Metair earlier this month announced that it had submitted an indicative... 

A 110-year pedigree and a competitive range of cabin, air, oil, and fuel filters to make your car run like a Champion®

22nd June 2018 Changing your car’s filters regularly is a ‘must’ if you want your beloved car to run like a Champion®. Clogged filters affect performance, with a noticeable loss of power, dirty smoke, oil light warning, and even potential engine failure. Johannesburg, South Africa, 22 June 2018. A competitive... 

Strong attendance growth at Fastener Fair Turkey 2018

22nd June 2018 Exhibitors at the fourth edition of the Fastener Fair Turkey 2018 welcomed high calibre Turkish and international visitors for three days, with a total of 2 900 managers, engineers and buyers visiting the event. This represents an impressive 70% growth, compared with the 2016 show. 

Huawei Releases Its Latest IoT and AI Products, Creating Intelligent and Connectivity Genes for Digital Enterprises

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd June 2018 At CEBIT 2018, Huawei released its latest IoT and AI products to help enterprises create intelligent and connectivity genes to build digital neurons and accelerate digital enterprise transformation. At Huawei’s press conference at CEBIT, Qiu Heng, President of Global Marketing, Enterprise... 

Imperial board to proceed with Motus unbundling, separate listing

By: Nadine James     21st June 2018 Imperial Holdings’ board has resolved to proceed with the unbundling of its Motus automotive business, it announced on Thursday. The JSE-listed company has previously indicated its plans to restructure its operations into two large independent and self-sufficient businesses – one holding the... 

There is hope for South Africa’s manufacturing sector – October

By: Anine Kilian     20th June 2018 South Africa has the potential to revive, remould and expand its manufacturing sector through partnerships between industry and government, Department of Trade and Industry deputy director general Lionel October said on Wednesday. Addressing delegates at the Manufacturing Indaba, in Sandton, he... 

S African automotive sector encouraged to embrace Fourth Industrial Revolution

By: Anine Kilian     20th June 2018 The automotive industry is undergoing tremendous transformation and change and there are various challenges that need to be addressed within South Africa’s automotive industry, African Innovators director Sherrie Donaldson said at the Manufacturing Indaba, in Sandton, on Wednesday. Speaking as... 

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