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Pyrotec PackVerifi launches at Propoak Africa Pyrotec PackMark

     22nd March 2016 Propak Africa, the largest packaging, processing, printing, labelling and plastics exhibition in Africa took place from March 15 to 18, 2016, with exhibitors from all over Africa represented at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Gauteng. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Pyrotec, a leading... 

Master builders congress slated for September

By: Zandile Mavuso     3rd July 2015 The annual Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) congress will be taking place at the Nasrec Expo Centre from September 16 to 17 this year.  

Johannesburg International Motor Show 2015 cancelled

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     20th April 2015 The Johannesburg International Motor Show (JIMS), scheduled to be held at the Nasrec Expo Centre, near Soweto, from October 14 to 27, has been cancelled. The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa’s (Naamsa’s) chief executives decided to pull the plug on the show, as the... 

New wear solutions for materials handling sector

By: David Oliveira     30th January 2015 Wear solutions provider Multotec Wear Linings launched its latest wear solution offering to the materials handling sector, comprising the MultoCano transfer chute and the Quick Fit Panel, incorporating the Green Dot ceramic tile, at the Electra Mining Africa trade show, which took place at the... 

Frequency inverters launched at expo

     17th October 2014 Drive engineering company SEW-Eurodrive launched its MOVI4R-U frequency inverters at trade show Electra Mining Africa, which was held at the Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg, in September. 

New products draw significant interest at trade show

By: Dylan Slater     17th October 2014 The South African branch of US-based high-pressure equipment company Enerpac has received significant interest in two of its products at the Electra Mining Africa trade show, which was held at Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg, in September. 

Integrated pump dispensing system in use

By: Ilan Solomons     3rd October 2014 Flow-measurement equipment supplier Meter Systems, a division of Set Point Group, says the Piusi Pitstop dispenser fluid-handling equipment range is being used by telecommunications company Tesuco at one of its local project sites. Meter Systems MD Warren Erasmus tells Engineering News that... 

Pumps and mixers manufacturer expands into North American market 

By: Ilan Solomons     3rd October 2014 South African mixing equipment and peristaltic pump manufacturer Afromix  has established a sales and after-market service division in Vancouver, Canada, that trades as AFX Mixing and Pumping Technologies, to better service the North American markets. MD Eugene Els tells Engineering News that the... 

Company to showcase complete offering at trade show 

By: Ilan Solomons     13th June 2014 Industrial gas company Afrox is preparing to showcase its product and service offering at the 2014 Electra Mining Africa trade show, which will be held from September 15 to 19 at the Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg. This follows a successful exhibition of its product and service offering last... 

Hydraulic bush replacement toolkits launched

By: Ilan Solomons     2nd May 2014 International high-pressure hydraulic tools manufacturer Hi-Force introduced the HBR series spring eye bush replacement tool kit and the HPR series pin and bush replacement tool kit to the local market in January. Hi-Force group marketing manager Laura Thompson says both kits are offered with the... 

Supplier claims world first in locomotive steering, unlimited growth potential

     8th November 2013 Johannesburg-based locomotive solutions provider DCD Rolling Stock believes it has unlimited growth potential owing to its patented Jika passive hydraulic steering (PHS) system for bogies, which is an industry-first due for commercial release. DCD Rolling Stock technical manager Daryl Leggitt... 

Plastic packaging demand expected to increase, despite environmental concerns

By: Zandile Mavuso     5th July 2013 Plastic represents one of the fastest-growing categories of materials used and disposed of in South Africa and is defined as a priority sector by government, but environmental concerns about the packaging solution remain, Plastics SA executive director Anton Hanekom tells Engineering News. 

Regional show promises to be success

By: Zandile Mavuso     5th July 2013 The positive turnout at the three-yearly Propak Africa exhibition at the Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg, in March, has created hype for next year’s regional show, Propak Cape, as stands are already selling fast, states Propak Africa exhibition organiser specialised exhibitions company... 

Association encourages local innovation 

By: Yolandi Booyens     21st June 2013 Unlocking available funds to realise new local tooling initiatives remains challenging, despite adequate support from government to ensure a growing fastener and tooling industry being evident, notes Toolmaking  Association of South Africa (Tasa) Gauteng secretary,  Henk Snyman. Owing to the... 

Pneumatic air tools to be showcased at trade fair for first time

By: Gia Costella     5th April 2013   Industrial products supplier Dowson & Dobson will showcase its range of Mighty Seven (M7) pneumatic air tools at this year’s Automechanika trade fair, which will target trade visitors from sub-Saharan Africa and will take place from May 8 to 11 at the Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg. 

Plastics stakeholders meet to debate sector’s future

By: Samantha Herbst     29th March 2013 The importance of better product design for enhanced recyclability of plastic products was one of the key focus areas highlighted at this year’s Plastics SA Future for Growth conference, which took place on March 13 as part of the yearly Propak Exhibition at Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg.... 

German trade fairs organiser brings infrastructure convention to SA

By: Samantha Herbst     22nd June 2012 Germany-based trade fair organiser Deutsche Messe is launching its first-ever event in South Africa in September.  

Eskom’s Brian Dames opens African Utility Week at Nasrec on Tuesday

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st May 2012 MTN, Vodacom, Deloitte, Eaton, Powertech among global giants at utility expo, Eskom CEO Brian Dames will welcome more than 5000 power and utility professionals from more than 60 countries to the annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition at Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg on Tuesday... 

Company Announcement: Eskom’s Brian Dames opens African Utility Week at Nasrec on Tuesday

     21st May 2012 MTN, Vodacom, Deloitte, Eaton, Powertech among global giants at utility expo  

Mobile companies enter data race as MTN joins African Utility Week

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th May 2012 M2M set to change the way a multitude of industries operates, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology is set to change the way a multitude of industries operate, including the electricity and water sectors, says Kevin Jacobson of MTN Service Provider who will join South African Energy Minister... 

Johannesburg shows its green credentials as it hosts African Utility Week

By: Kim Kruger     16th May 2012 The power industry discussion continues at African Utility Week in Johannesburg, The City of Johannesburg will welcome some 5000 power professionals from more than 60 countries for the annual African Utility Week, the continent’s largest utility services conference and exhibition, taking place... 

Company Announcement: Johannesburg shows its green credentials as it hosts African Utility Week

     16th May 2012 The power industry discussion continues at African Utility Week in Johannesburg  

African Utility Week visitors can “findalift” and save

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th May 2012 The continent’s largest utility event goes even greener,African Utility Week has partnered with FindaLift to help get delegates and visitors to and from the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg with the least impact on the environment and their pocket. The conference and exhibition is the largest... 

Company Announcement: African Utility Week visitors can “findalift” and save

     14th May 2012 The continent’s largest utility event goes even greener  

Smart Grids are set to change the way power is measured and managed forever

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th May 2012 “The whole country benefits from efficient energy use” Smart Grids. Smart Metering. If you are the kind of person who is regularly to be found around conferences where utilities and especially power supplies issues are discussed, you will be familiar with these words. In fact, you may even be one... 

“Number of nuclear disasters is far less than those that occur at coal mines”

By: Kim Kruger     20th April 2012 When the South African government approved the hotly debated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2010) in 2011, it was clear that a substantial part of future power generation will come from nuclear power. According to this plan, 42% of all the new electricity generating capacity in the country will... 

Company Announcement: Nuclear power inevitable part of South Africa’s energy future?

     20th April 2012 “Number of nuclear disasters is far less than those that occur at coal mines”  

Incomprehensible utility bills – could be empowerment tools

By: Kim Kruger     29th March 2012 One municipality admitted that some meters have not been read for over a year. With rising utility tariffs, the South African consumer is under mounting pressure. Add to this the fact that utility bills are for all practical purposes unintelligible, with consumers being confronted with figures... 

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