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Lasher, a heritage of helping South Africa to grow

25th September 2018 Whether you’re talking construction or gardening and DIY, mining or agriculture, Lasher makes the tools that help South Africa to grow With more than 100 years of designing, manufacturing and distributing tough, reliable tools built for the South African market by South Africans, Lasher has... 

Domestic Manufactures Must Work Together To Survive

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th September 2018 The global trade war between two of the world’s largest economies has the potential to render global growth less synchronised, less certain and less supportive of emerging economies. Moreover, weaknesses in the global economy would make it even more difficult for South Africa to accelerate its... 

Potential buyer ditches plan to acquire Bidcorp's UK logistics business

By: Reuters     21st September 2018 International food distributor Bid Corporation Ltd (Bidcorp) said on Friday the prospective buyer for its UK logistics business is no longer interested in buying it, citing internal reasons. In August the South African company said is was finalising an agreement to sell that business to an... 

Plastic pallets championed in factories

21st September 2018 The use of wooden plastic pallets when considering the health and safety issues at factories is one of the most important decisions for managements, according to plastic pallets distributer Premier Pallets. The balancing act of juggling costs, “green conscience” regarding recyclability of company... 

Engen Ballito gets a Woolies Foodstop

20th September 2018 The people of Ballito in KwaZulu-Natal are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Ballito. Engen Ballito is located on Douglas Crowe Drive, Dolphin Coast.  The new Woolies food offering was officially opened on 13... 

DST bolsters biomass industry with new consortium

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th September 2018 The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has established a biorefinery research consortium (BRC) to create new value chains from waste biomass. The consortium is a partnership between the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), the Tshwane University of Technology, the... 

Quality Inspection for the Food and Beverage packaging lines

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2018 Quality inspection is critical in all manufacturing and packaging lines, especially in the Food and Beverage sector. Being able to catch a defective product before the products are shipped to customers in retail can bring significant savings in both time and money, preventing expensive product... 

Retailers should focus on low-hanging fruit to attract shoppers

19th September 2018 With competition for a share of consumers’ wallets becoming ever fiercer, retailers and retail property owners are going all out to attract shoppers. This has become crucial to their survival in an environment where consumer confidence and spending are hampered by a lacklustre economy. “Retail... 

Rolfes announces 2019 plan to strengthen, build and grow

19th September 2018 • Progress on strategic issues and foundation set for future • Revenue from continuing operations decreased by 1,1% to R1,422 billion 

The future of work in a digital world

19th September 2018 By Cathy Smith, Managing Director at SAP Africa The digital age, and the new technologies it’s brought with it - blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, augmented reality and virtual reality - is seen by many as a threat to our way of life as we know it. What if my job gets automated?... 

Rolfes to drive new products, regional footprint growth in FY19

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th September 2018 JSE-listed chemical specialist Rolfes Holdings has reported steady progress on strategic and foundational issues during the financial year ended June 30. It declared a final dividend of 4c apiece, maintaining full-year dividend guidance of 8c apiece.  

Growing demand for synthetics not a threat to natural diamonds

By: Nadine James     14th September 2018 Although the global diamond market is currently worth about $87-billion, laboratory-grown diamonds only constitute 2% of that market, or $1.9-billion, says New York-based independent diamond analyst Paul Zimnisky. While the laboratory-grown diamond jewellery market is forecast to grow to about... 

Pioneer expo to promote, enhance local manufacturing

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     14th September 2018 South African capital equipment representative the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC) will host the pioneer Local Southern African Manufacturing Expo next year to promote localisation and showcase the country’s manufacturing industry, SACEEC CEO Eric Bruggeman tells... 

Company announces new partnership

14th September 2018 Global testing, inspection certification company Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services announced a new collaboration with New Zealand-based forensic food-science firm Oritain to provide their scientific traceability services as part of Bureau Veritas' Origin Traceability Solution.  

Alternative solution for wooden pallets and packaging

14th September 2018 While wooden pallets and wooden crates are typically used as a packaging solution when transporting goods, they may not meet international regulations when those goods cross country borders. Supply chain managers are faced with two options: make sure their wooden packaging complies with all... 

Vitaglass - ‘reinforcing’ the trend toward maintenance-free, glass fibre reinforced gratings

13th September 2018 For nearly 80 years, Vital Engineering has been providing clients across various industry sectors – from food and beverage, marine exploration, minerals sands processing, architectural, construction, petrochemical, mining, and power generation – with a range of products. This comprises non-slip... 

Clover’s FY18 earnings rise despite challenging trading conditions

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th September 2018 JSE-listed food and beverage group Clover Industries returned the business to historical profitability levels in the financial year ended June 30, declaring a final gross cash dividend of R92.9-million, or 48.6c apiece. The company reported normalised headline earnings of R394-million, which... 

KFC South Africa Donates Over 300 000 Kg’s Of Surplus Food A Ground-Breaking First For Surplus Food In The Quick Service Industry Launching KFC’s Harvest

12th September 2018 KFC South Africa has embarked on an initiative to change the quick service restaurant industry and the way brands deal with their surplus food in restaurants. This programme aims to reduce the volume of food dumped in landfills while combating climate change through the reduction of greenhouse... 

July manufacturing output up 2.9%

By: Reuters     11th September 2018 South Africa's industrial output expanded in July as food and motor vehicle output rose, easing pressure on an economy that recently slipped into recession and is struggling for investment amidst policy uncertainty and possible credit downgrades. The statistics agency in Africa's most... 

Maxiflex delivers sweet door solutions to leading Eastern Cape citrus fruit company

7th September 2018 Maxiflex’s reputation as a purveyor of world-class quality door solutions and services was instrumental in securing an order for an overhead panel sectional door from a leading citrus fruit handling company situated in the Eastern Cape. The customer required a specialised door solution for their... 

SA is not actually in a recession – economist

By: News24Wire      7th September 2018 South Africa is not in a recession, despite the latest gross domestic product (GDP) figures released by Statistics South Africa, economist Roelof Botha said on Thursday. South Africa slipped into what is generally considered a technical recession - defined as two successive quarters of negative... 

Optimism for new markets as SA businesses complete mission to Peru

By: African News Agency      7th September 2018 South African businesses have completed a five-day mission to Peru organised and funded by the department of Trade and Industry (dti) to help them seek a market in the South American country.  Kama Industries managing director Grand Rousseau said he viewed the mission as a success, with two of... 

Significant growth expected in flame arrestor market

7th September 2018 The global flame arrestors market is estimated to be $713.8-million in 2018 and is projected to reach $924.7-million by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of 5.31%, according to research company Research and Markets. In their report titled ‘Flame Arrestors Market by Type (In-Line and... 

Blockchain for enterprise cloud platform to raise transaction trust

By: Schalk Burger     7th September 2018 Cloud technology multinational Oracle’s Blockchain Cloud Service provides a development platform for enterprises and State organisations to build their own scalable and low-cost blockchain networks, says Oracle cloud platform business development director and Europe, Middle East and Africa... 

Listeriosis outbreak officially over – Motsoaledi

By: News24Wire      3rd September 2018 Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has announced that the country's listeriosis outbreak is officially over. At a media briefing on Monday, Motsoaledi said that no new cases have been detected in the last three months. "I'm here to announce that we no longer have a listeriosis outbreak." This means... 

Kate Mollett

31st August 2018 This week we profile Kate Mollett, regional manager: Africa South territory, at Veeam.   

Reflecting on sugar customs duty increase

By: Riaan de Lange     31st August 2018 So, will the increase in the variable formula tariff (VFT) on sugar – or the 'honey without bees', as Alexander the Great called it – mitigate the harshness of international trade or be the saccharine protection that the Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) producers desire it to be? Growing up... 

Radar Optiwave aids measurement

31st August 2018 Industrial instrumentation solutions manufacturer and supplier Khrohne says the use of radar has expanded into various sectors. 

Sea Harvest acquires Ladismith Cheese for R527m

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th August 2018 JSE-listed fishing and food business Sea Harvest’s Cape Harvest Food Group subsidiary has concluded a share purchase agreement to acquire dairy processing company Ladismith Cheese for R527-million. The transaction represents the acquisition of a profitable branded fast-moving consumer goods... 

Gupta revealed 'top secret' Denel matter – Mentor

By: African News Agency      28th August 2018 Ajay Gupta revealed top secret information regarding state-owned arms manufacturer Denel during a meeting at the family's Saxonwold compound, former African National Congress (ANC) parliamentarian Vytjie Mentor testified at the state capture commission of inquiry on Tuesday. This was a meeting... 

Pail Tipper For Dense Bulk Materials

24th August 2018 SOUTH AFRICA ¾ A new TIP-TITE™ Pail Tipper from Flexicon dumps pails containing high density bulk solid materials into downstream processing or storage vessels dust-free. The unit accommodates pails of up to 19 litres measuring up to 380 mm in height, and weighing up to 340 kg. 

Company first to use CO2 refrigeration in South Africa

By: Halima Frost     24th August 2018 Food manufacturer BM Foods – the holding company of South African food brand Mediterranean Delicacies – has become the first food manufacturing company in South Africa to use a carbon dioxide- (CO2-) driven refrigeration system at its Cape Town factory. “With the more aggressive cooling potential... 

Donating 67 minutes for Mandela

24th August 2018 Nonprofit organisation FoodForward SA and supermarket Pick n Pay South Africa joined forces on Mandela Day this year to raise food for some of the 14-million people living in food insecure households. A total of 151 tons of food was collected from various Pick n Pay stores countrywide, which was... 

Getting to the bottom of things

24th August 2018 A new low profile Flexible Screw Conveyor with integral bin and caster-mounted frame has been introduced to bulk handling suppliers Flexicon South Africa's range. The low profile conveyor, launched nationally in May, can roll below mezzanines and other low-headroom areas, receive material from... 

Making quick work of salvaging gas

24th August 2018 Industrial gas company A-Gas has launched its Rapid Recovery aftermarket service to combat the flood of sub-standard refrigerants in disposable cylinders in the food and beverage industry being imported from many global suppliers. The inferior products hamper the cooling capacity of systems,... 

Organiser extends show to cater to demand

By: Halima Frost     24th August 2018 This year’s biennial Food & Drink Technology Africa (fdt Africa) trade fair will take place over three days, enabling visitors to meet more industry players and decision-makers. Scheduled to take place at the Gallagher Convention Centre, in Midrand, from September 4 to 6, event organisers Messe... 

Compact aluminium gear units used in F&B industry

24th August 2018 Automation and drive specialist SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa has introduced a new assembly line at its Johannesburg head office for local production of its K19 and K29 helical bevel gear units. One of the key features of the K19 and K29 series is its compactness and all-aluminium construction,... 

Appletiser wins over the European market

24th August 2018 Global beverage company Coca-Cola announced that its sparkling fruit juice brand Appletiser, has taken off in Spain, with new market launches set to follow across Western Europe and the Americas. 

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