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Feb 26, 1999
THE Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (Deat) has launched a project to produce South Africa’s first ‘National State of the Environment Report’ (NSoER). The report will be completed by the end of the year, and is being co-ordinated by...
Feb 26, 1999
In a bid to increase market share and become the country’s leading supplier of heat-exchange products, Siebe group company APV South Africa has introduced a new range of heat-exchange products into the market. This is revealed by APV product manager Cecil...
Feb 26, 1999
A new technology, known as EBM EC-systems, which is already in use in Europe, Australasia and the Middle East, has been launched into the South African heating, ventilation and air-conditioning industry by Johannesburg company Ziehl-ebm. The EC-system is a management...
Feb 26, 1999
WORK is now in full swing on phase two of the R85-million The Village development in Hout Bay, a project pioneered by the consortium of Christo Trautmann, Sam Montsi, Tom Hemsted, John Zietsman, Tony Davenport, Tim Attlee and Chris Speirs. Trautmann can take credit...
Feb 26, 1999
In a bid to improve competitiveness and make deeper inroads into the international refrigeration market, Carrier Corporation’s Commercial Refrigeration Operation (CRO) has instituted some sweeping management structure changes. CRO was formed in order to oversee...
Feb 19, 1999
THE latest developments in the fabrication of stainless steel, both internationally and locally, will be covered in a series of free seminars to be conducted around the country by the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda). Sponsored by...
Feb 19, 1999
The Wool and Mohair Cluster will launch a new initiative in Cape Town today to help foster greater domestic beneficiation of the two commodities. Behind the campaign is a vision of the cluster, formed two years ago, to develop a job-generating downstream industry...
Feb 19, 1999
Cellular-phone operator MTN is to spend more than R1,2-billion this year as part of its drive to increase capacity and improve its quality of coverage. This investment follows hot on the heels of a previous R1-billion investment which began in June last year, and...
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Feb 05, 1999
A R40-million 18-month contract which started in October 1997 is approaching completion. The contract is being undertaken by Basil Read Contracting Cape Town in a joint venture with Haw and Inglis. Works included the construction of about 1,1 km of dual carriageway...
Feb 05, 1999
LEADING technoplastics injection moulder ExactoCraft, which exports 50% of its turnover at present, has secured another substantial contract with a large cosmetics distributor in the US for the manufacture of its cosmetics packaging. This innovative Cape Town...
Feb 05, 1999
The acquisition of a 3 000-mm- wide state-of-the-art extrusion coating plant has brought Nampak Laminated & Coated Products (L&CP) in Isithebe, Kwazulu-Natal, up to speed with the latest in world trends in this field. “The trend in the international...
Feb 05, 1999
With the completion in October last year of a R50-million rehabilitation project at Waterkloof Airbase in Pretoria, Stocks Infra is entrenching itself as a specialist in multidisciplinary projects in the commercially sensitive area of airport infrastructure, reports...
Feb 05, 1999
JOHANNESBURG Stock Exchange-listed Sondor Industries has become a market leader in the manufacture and conversion of closed cell expanded rubber and plastics and celebrated its 50th birthday last year. “Sondor has achieved its present position through...
Feb 05, 1999
In the third of four tenders aimed at upgrading South Africa’s rolling stock, the South African Rail Commuter Corporation (SARCC) is inviting tenders for the upgrading of 88 coaches stationed in Cape Town. Upgrading the 22 chopper-controlled motor coaches and...
Jan 29, 1999
The present economic situation and the transformation facing the civil engineering industry in South Africa are two of the hurdles which participants in this industry must overcome. “It is difficult to describe the exact state of the industry, since some of our...
Jan 29, 1999
Cape Town has been selected as the venue for what has been hailed as the most important international conference of coastal and port engineers this year. The fifth International Conference on Coastal and Port Engineering in Developing Countries (Copedec) provides an...
Jan 29, 1999
Although Concor Holdings has a substantial order book for this year, MD Gavin Hardy does not see too bright a future for the South African construction industry for the last year of the century. “Our order book is still increasing, which is encouraging....
Jan 29, 1999
THE engineering plastic division of Maizey Plastics has merged with Polypenco to form DSM Engineering Plastic Products SA. The merger, which took place in December last year, will benefit the local market by increasing access and serviceability in the plastic...
Jan 29, 1999
A SOYA bean processing plant believed to be the first of its kind in the world is due to go into production in February on a greenfield site in Potchefstroom (Engineering News May 22, 1998). It is owned by Specialised Protein Products (SPP), a subsidiary of Denel....
Jan 29, 1999
DUE to be completed in July, a 3,8-km-long sewer pipeline being laid in Cape Town’s northern suburb of Goodwood will make an important new contribution to Cape Town’s utility facilities. The R17-million tender to replace the existing 500 mm main sewer...
Jan 15, 1999
THE recent shock announcement of the Gauteng government’s intention to ban all office development outside the Johannesburg central business district (CBD) goes against everything the new free and fair democratic South Africa stands for, argues Colliers RMS...
Jan 15, 1999
TELECOM-infrastructure company Brolaz Projects, of Midrand, has clinched a three-year contract worth about R1,2-billion (according to an Engineering News estimate) to set up a cellular network infrastructure in Egypt. The contract, awarded by cellular operator...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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