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Easily prove product tampering

18th April 2018 Tamper-evident labels provide immediate proof of product tampering and can easily be printed and applied at your location. 

BMG provides high performance chains with extended features

13th April 2018 Engineering components supplier BMG says its Tsubaki high performance chain products incorporate standard and custom attachment chains, which are critical to the efficient movement of products along a production line. “Conveyor chains often fail prematurely because insufficient consideration was... 

Wacker Neuson concludes ground-breaking black-owned dealer / distribution agreement with Enza Capital Equipment

10th April 2018 Wacker Neuson is proud to announce the successful conclusion of a dealer and distribution agreement on 22nd March 2018 which sees Enza Capital Equipment as the first 100% black-owned Wacker Neuson dealer in South Africa. Enza is a member of the Asani Group, a diversified industrial holdings... 

Company resupplies machine stock to keep S. African market supplied

By: Victor Moolman     6th April 2018 To keep its supply of stud-welding machines current, furnace and industrial services company The Dickinson Group keeps a range of such machines in stock at its Vereeniging headquarters at all times. The company has supplied more than 600 stud-welding machines over the past 24 years to the mining,... 

Babcock prepares to roll out new Volvo CE rigid haulers

29th March 2018 Babcock is preparing to introduce a new line-up of rigid haulers into the mining and quarrying sector in southern Africa following Volvo Construction Equipment’s announcement that the Swedish equipment manufacturer will be launching its own range of Volvo CE-branded rigid haulers. R100E 

WEIR MINERALS and ANDRITZ together make tailings a valuable product

27th March 2018 WEIR MINERALS announce their long term strategic cooperation agreement with International technology group ANDRITZ to supply equipment for processing tailings in the mining industry.  As part of this agreement, ANDRITZ will supply proven separation and dewatering technologies, thus enabling WEIR... 

First underwater stabilizer fin replacement keeps luxury cruise liner on schedule

16th March 2018 A collaboration between SKF and underwater repair specialist Trident Group has completed the first replacement of an SKF S-type retractable Fin Stabilizer on a floating vessel. The global cruise industry is riding a wave of popularity. Passenger numbers are forecast to pass the 25 million mark... 

South Africa to make tariffs submission as Trump leaves door open for exclusions

By: Terence Creamer     9th March 2018 The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) says it is studying US President Donald Trump’s proclamations to impose a new 10% tariff on aluminium products and a new 25% tariff on steel products from March 23. However, the department also confirmed that it would be making a formal submission to the... 

Company becomes exclusive dealer in Rosslyn area 

By: Victor Moolman     9th March 2018 Steel supplier BBD steel, in Rosslyn, Pretoria, has become steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode’s exclusive distributor of Allied Steelrode Stretcher Material (ASSM) for the area. BBD Steel supplies ASSM products to car manufacturers that are located in the Rosslyn area. BBD... 

South African steel, aluminum firms watchful, but not overly anxious, as US tariff hikes loom

By: Terence Creamer     6th March 2018 South African steel and aluminium firms remain watchful and uncertain about the effects that a proposed increased US trade protection will have. However, the companies also indicate that they will seek to mitigate the risk through export diversification, as well as a continued focus on markets... 

Tower of Light, UK

By: Sheila Barradas     2nd March 2018 Manchester City Council and Vital Energi are building a flue tower and façade enclosing Vital Energi’s combined heat and power plant. 

Rio-Carb puts the brakes on chute wear at the plant-design stage

27th February 2018 While chute design tends to be ubiquitous, the fact that minerals-processing plants cater for a diverse array of commodities, from diamonds to coal, gold, platinum group metals (PGM) and iron ore, means that there are equally diverse requirements in terms of wear solutions. The ore that is... 

Miners report some infrastructure damage after Papua quake

By: Reuters     27th February 2018 Miners in northwest Papua New Guinea reported some damage to infrastructure following a powerful magnitude 7.5 earthquake on the weekend, as projects in the resource-rich region assess the impact on their operations. Barrick Gold said a power station that supplies its Porgera gold mine had been... 

Major quake cuts communications, halts oil and gas operations in Papua New Guinea

By: Reuters     26th February 2018 At least one company began evacuating non-essential personnel after a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit Papua New Guinea's energy-rich interior on Monday, causing landslides, damaging buildings and closing oil and gas operations. The tremor hit in the rugged, heavily forested Southern... 

Working-at-height training programme incorporates VR tech

By: Nadine James     23rd February 2018 Steel and mining company ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) has incorporated virtual reality (VR) technology into the apprenticeship and training programmes at its Vanderbiljpark plant. The VR training solution, which has been operational since December last year, is currently used to determine... 

Wacker Neuson SA signs exclusive partnership agreement with Namibian dealer - IBS

9th February 2018 On Tuesday 28th November 2017 Wacker Neuson South Africa signed an exclusive partnership agreement with long-standing Namibian dealer, Industrial Building Supplies & Plant Hire (IBS). The agreement positions IBS as the exclusive supplier of Wacker Neuson light construction and compact equipment... 

Too little done too late by authorities, as Cape Town businesses plan for Day Zero

By: Natasha Odendaal     31st January 2018 Cape Town businesses believe there has been “too much water politicking and too little sound planning” in response to the current water crisis and have started making their own plans for Day Zero, which is expected to occur on April 16. A Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry survey shows that... 

Nqaba Industrial Supplies

31st January 2018 Nqaba Industrial Supplies is a specialist steel and metals supplier. The company was founded more than 17 years ago and is one of only five approved …….. ESKOM Boiler Tube suppliers. 

Andrew Mentis Products Beat Corrosion In Wastewater Industry

29th January 2018 When wastewater travels through sewer lines, it can become anaerobic or septic (the dissolved oxygen can become depleted) as a result of the metabolic processes of microbes commonly found in the wastewater. Under anaerobic conditions, specific sulphate-reducing bacteria thrive and generate... 

EM brings high-resolution ‘plug-and-play’ thermal transfer printer to SA

25th January 2018 The high-resolution, ‘plug-and-play’ Cembre Markingenius MG3 thermal transfer printer can produce thousands of tags – using just three plates – for cables, pipes, and tubes. It is now available in South Africa through leading distributor ElectroMechanica (EM). Manufactured in Italy, the... 

Bolted Thickeners Are The Future – FLSMIDTH

15th January 2018 The concept of bolted thickeners is growing in popularity. According to FLSmidth senior account manager Ricus van Reenen, this is a fit-for-purpose, high quality dewatering solution with reduced project construction risk and duration. These benefits resulted in FLSmidth securing an order in July... 

Order from Willowton Group continues 40 year business relationship with TAKRAF Africa

9th January 2018 Two Redler Chain Elevators ordered from key equipment supplier TAKRAF Africa by the Willowton Group in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, brings the number of machines supplied to this plant to more than 40 in a business relationship stretching back some 40 years. In addition to the 40, TAKRAF... 

Wada Group -- key of slurry Pump aftermarket

11th December 2017 Wada Group, a major manufacturer and service provider that delivers ideal alternative pump solutions for the mineral processing and mining industries, specialises in mineral processing equipment, providing slurry pumps, as well as rubber, metal wear parts and other spares. Wada not only services... 

Welding Alloys South Africa

8th December 2017 Crushing hammers, cane knives, washboards, shredders, trash plates and mill roll arcing are a few areas within a sugar mill that experience significant wear. In most cases, demand on throughput outweighs the need to do regular and ongoing maintenance. It is vital to extract the most value out of... 

Steel company’s optimism fuels technology investment appetite

By: Nica Schreuder     24th November 2017 Steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode’s optimism regarding long-term prospects for South Africa’s economy and steel industry has prompted it to continually invest in quality steel equipment. Such an investment was made through the buying of the BLM Adige LT20 jumbo tube laser in... 

AMSA welcomes designation of local steel for rail sector  

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd November 2017 ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) on Thursday welcomed the latest designations by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) of the local content threshold for local production and content in the rail permanent way sector. A permanent way is the structure, comprising the rails, fasteners,... 

Maintenance Free Handrailing

20th November 2017 Stainless steel tubular handrailing still outranks its competitors, and Andrew Mentis confirms that demand for this product remains consistent. Corrosion resistant and maintenance free, stainless steel handrailing is the first choice in numerous applications including corrosive and damp... 

Meccano enthusiast builds follow-up to his world’s most massive model

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th November 2017 Meccano enthusiast builds follow-up to his world’s most massive model. In 2014, after an almost five-year build, retired university mathematics lecturer Graham Shepherd claimed to have built the world’s largest model, by mass, out of Meccano or any similar metal-based system. This was the 1 335... 

Innovative system uses truck engine to refrigerate cold trailers

By: Irma Venter     10th November 2017 Eqstra Flexi Fleet, a division of Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics, has partnered with New Way, Ice Cold Bodies, and Javgro Transport Refrigeration Solutions to design a cold trailer that will run “80% to 90% of the time” using power from the truck engine, says Javgro MD Kenan Gröss. In... 

British Columbia govt digs in against Canadian oil

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd November 2017 The British Columbia provincial government has reiterated its opposition against the flow of oil over its soil. While proponents for Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion project have argued that the expansion of Canada's ability to reach new markets in Asia needs to be designated as a... 

Steel company raises the bar in Africa with new technologies

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th October 2017 Taking a long-term view that predicts significant growth in demand for stainless steel products in Africa in the next few years, steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode has invested in advanced processing technologies that will cement its position as a market-leader in product... 

Legrand’s Ysalis switches and sockets, which were launched in South Africa at the beginning of the year, have been well received by the local market.

24th October 2017 Feedback reveals that style, convenience and energy saving are key features that add to the popularity of this new range. Ysalis - designed for new and existing installations -provides easy control of lighting and fans and accommodates current and new RSA standards for local plugs. Ysalis is... 

Eqstra unveils cold trailer powered by truck engine

By: Irma Venter     9th October 2017 Eqstra Flexi Fleet, a division of Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics, has partnered with New Way, Ice Cold Bodies, and Javgro Transport Refrigeration Solutions to design a cold trailer that will run “80% to 90% of the time” using power from the truck engine, says Javgro MD Kenan Gröss. In... 

SMC Sponsors ProPak Cape 2017 as Part of its Commitment to the Packaging Industry

5th October 2017 As ‘partners in packaging’, SMC Pneumatics is dedicated to product innovation for the food processing and packaging industry whilst maintaining its global commitment to safe, sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions. The company has spent more than half a century developing more than... 

Twenty-Eight-Unit Komatsu Grader Fleet Heads To Kwazulu-Natal

29th September 2017 Komatsu South Africa has dramatically increased its share in the local grader market following the delivery of 28 GD675-5 motor graders to the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Department of Transport. The fleet represents the biggest single sale of this particular product in southern Africa and one made... 

Company provides solutions to facilitate progress in industry

29th September 2017 Aluminium has a “brilliant” future, as the light-weight material offers impressive solutions for sustainable mobility, durable packaging or urban construction projects, and the SMS group is perfectly positioned to further growth, avers systems supplier SMS group aluminium business head Michael... 

Stalcor

By: Zandile Mavuso     29th September 2017 Established in 1973, metal company Stalcor is the largest stainless steel, aluminium and carbon steel supplier in South Africa. 

Recovery rate growth lies in metals from landfills

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     29th September 2017 With South Africa already boasting a recovery rate of about 72% for used beverage cans, metals packaging industry body MetPac-SA believes that further potential lies in diverting other metal packaging such as aluminium foil, containers and empty tin cans from landfills. “With regards to aluminium... 

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