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Ports around the world are faced with difficult challenges including rapid growth of freight volumes, increased demand for mineral resources, remoteness of these resources, and the increasing role of ports in global supply chain management. In order to cope with these challenges, brownfield ports around the world need to revisit their capacities, production efficiencies and service offerings, and in some instances, greenfield ports need to be developed to meet the growing demand.

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Disused Saldanha quarry emerging as new liquid petroleum gas hub

By: Dylan Slater     27th May 2016 A liquid petroleum gas (LPG) terminal and import infrastructure is being constructed by energy infrastructure company Sunrise Energy in Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape, to curb historical LPG shortages and meet potential future requirements for gas-fired power plants and other industrial energy... 

Disused Saldanha quarry emerging as new liquid petroleum gas hub

By: Dylan Slater     27th May 2016 A liquid petroleum gas (LPG) terminal and import infrastructure are being constructed by energy infrastructure company Sunrise Energy, in Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape, to curb historical LPG shortages and meet potential future requirements for gas-fired power plants and other industrial... 

Electric trucks make debut in German city of Stuttgart

By: Irma Venter     27th May 2016 Daimler Trucks has provided a small fleet of electric trucks to the German city of Stuttgart. Dr Wolfgang Bernhard, Daimler management board member responsible for Daimler Trucks, and Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) president and CEO Marc Llistosella in April handed over five... 

Nothing new in latest Ipap iteration

By: Riaan de Lange     27th May 2016 It is said that the English expression 'same old, same old', which means nothing has changed, evolved from the 1950s Japanese expression, samo, samo – but I am certain that this is so. Then there is the English expression 'much of a muchness', which is a great way of saying that two things are so... 

Power management company unveils new products

By: Mia Breytenbach     27th May 2016 Power management company Eaton launched its first month-long exhibition, called South Africa Mobile Tech Day, to showcase solutions in commercial construction that combines expert analysis and demonstrative exhibitions to address customers’ power management needs. The Eaton Mobile Tech Day... 

SA’s first lighthouse still in working order – 192 years on

By: Jade Davenport     27th May 2016 It is said that there are more than 3 000 shipwrecks off the coast of South Africa. This should hardly be surprising, given that our coastline, particularly the section around the Cape, which was originally christened Cabos das Tormentas (Cape of Storms) by Bartolomeu Dias, the first Portuguese... 

Report finds World Heritage sites threatened by climate change

By: David Oliveira     26th May 2016 Climate change is fast becoming one of the most significant risks for World Heritage sites, according to a report released by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco), the United Nations Environment Programme and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS).... 

Sasol begins drilling of Mozambique PSA licence

By: Anine Kilian     26th May 2016 Drilling is under way at Sasol’s production sharing agreement (PSA) licence in Inhambane province, Mozambique, in terms of its field development plan (FDP), which was approved earlier this year,  the petroleum giant announced Thursday. Adjacent to Sasol’s current producing petroleum production... 

Cornubia Interchange to create significant benefits for businesses

By: Anine Kilian     25th May 2016 The Cornubia link bridge and interchange, scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2017, will provide businesses in the area unencumbered access to main arterial routes and a dedicated link into the heart of the uMhlanga new town centre. The multibillion-rand Cornubia human settlement... 

China iron-ore, steel stabilise after rout, spot ore may hold near $50/t

By: Reuters     25th May 2016 Iron-ore and steel futures in China steadied on Wednesday after recent steep losses, supporting market expectations that the price of spot iron-ore could find support at around $50/t. After a seasonal pickup in demand, consumption in China, the world's top steel user, has softened, pushing... 

Engen spreads a smile

     25th May 2016 Four years ago a short 50 metre stroll left Engen service station owner Helder Silva short of breath. Three years later, the owner of Engen North End Convenience Centre completed his first gruelling IronMan Triathlon. On 10 April 2016 he did it again, swimming 3.8km, cycling 180km and running... 

ACSA appoints GM for regional airports

By: Anine Kilian     24th May 2016 Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has appointed Jabulani Khambule as GM to lead its six regional airports. The six regional airports were Port Elizabeth International; Bram Fischer International, in Bloemfontein; Upington International; and the East London, George and Kimberley airports. 

Airports Company South Africa Appoints New General Manager for Six Regional Airports

     24th May 2016 Airports Company South Africa is pleased to announce that it has appointed Jabulani Khambule as General Manager to lead its six regional airports.Khambule is not new to the company, having started his career at O.R. Tambo International Airport as a retail consultant in 2002. Over the past 14... 

Arrium recap and sales process to be completed by year-end

By: Mariaan Webb     23rd May 2016 The recapitalisation and sale of collapsed Australian mining and steel group Arrium’s assets would be largely completed by the end of the year, the company’s administrator reported on Monday. The recapitalisation and sales process would start in July and was expected to attract “genuine interest”... 

Local electronics firm releases customisable IoT processor module

By: Schalk Burger     20th May 2016 South African electronics engineering firm Keystone Electronic Solutions has launched its Blue Penguin processor module, which can be used to create open-source Internet of Things (IoT) platforms that match companies’ specifications and use cases, says Keystone Electronic Solutions director and... 

Magnolia liquefied natural gas project, US

By: Sheila Barradas     20th May 2016 The project involves the development of a midscale liquefied natural gas facility of up to eight-million tons a year in the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. 

ELB completes the Nestlé Egron 5 Estcourt Project

     19th May 2016 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd has achieved another major engineering and construction triumph in the fast moving consumer goods market.  ELB has recently finished constructing Nestlé’s new Ricoffy plant in Estcourt, which the company states is now one of its best coffee installations in the... 

Tanzania to spend $2bn on transport, construction in 2016/17

By: Reuters     19th May 2016 Tanzania's parliament has approved government plans to spend 4.89-trillion shillings ($2.24-billion), or 17% of total spending, in the 2016/17 fiscal year, half of it on transport infrastructure. Tanzania, like its neighbour Kenya, wants to profit from its long coastline and upgrade rickety... 

Minister outlines 2016/17 gas IPP, FSRU procurement plans 

By: Terence Creamer     18th May 2016 Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson indicates that the procurement processes for the gas-to-power (GTP) programme and associated gas infrastructure will begin taking shape during the course of the 2016/17 financial year, with a request for proposals scheduled for the fourth quarter.... 

Fortinet Expands Security Fabric and Defends Enterprise Access Networks from IoT to the Cloud

     18th May 2016 Fortinet® , the global leader in high-performance cybersecurity solutions, today announced significant additions to their Secure Access Architecture of wired and wireless networking solutions, merging advanced security with enterprise access layers to provide seamless protections from IoT... 

Nair confirmed as TFR chief as Transnet unveils new team

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th May 2016 Freight logistics group Transnet on Wednesday unveiled its new leadership team and structure, which the State-owned company said was in line with revisions to its operating model and its aspiration to capture new market opportunities. Group CEO Siyabonga Gama, who was recently confirmed as the... 

Court appoints special liquidators to investigate Queensland Nickel

By: Mariaan Webb     18th May 2016 The Federal Court on Wednesday appointed special purpose liquidators to investigate transactions related to mining magnate and politician Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel, granting an application by the federal government. Queensland Nickel administrator FTI Consulting said it would work closely... 

Tool Die And Mould-Making At South African Automotive Week

     17th May 2016 The Tool, Die, Mould-making and precision engineering sectors will take centerstage at the 5th edition of South African Automotive Week from October 11-13 2016 at the Tshwane Events Centre. Speaking after the launch of the Eastern Cape Tooling Initiative in Port Elizabeth in April, Inkanyezi... 

Importance of research undervalued, impacting economic development

     17th May 2016 National research institution the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research's (CSIR's) Built Environment division executive director Dr Cornelius Ruiters says countries that do not adequately invest in research, development and innovation (R&D&I) will not develop economically. 'In South... 

Palmer seeks A$1.2bn from Qld Nickel administrators

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th May 2016 Mining personality Clive Palmer on Tuesday announced that he was seeking A$1.2-billion in damages from the administrators of Queensland Nickel, alleging “illegal diversion” of the company’s funds and assets. The creditors of Queensland Nickel last month voted in support of a recommendation by... 

Volt's Tanzanian project could be economical

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th May 2016 An initial prefeasibility study (PFS) into the development of the Namangale graphite project, in Tanzania, has proven positive for Volt Resources, the company said on Tuesday. The Stage 1 PFS considered various production scenarios ranging from 60 000 t/y to 240 000 t/y of graphite concentrate,... 

Queensland CEOs losing confidence in resources regulation – survey

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th May 2016 Confidence levels among resource company CEOs in Queensland are at a near five-year low, a Queensland Resources Council (QRC) survey has found. QRC CEO Michael Roche said compared to a year ago, the latest findings revealed a stark change in CEOs' confidence about regulation and doing business... 

Pia Solar

     13th May 2016 From humble beginnings in the Eastern Cape five years ago, PiA Solar – a designer, manufacturer and installer of mounting systems for the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry – has grown into a major African structures supplier, with over 460 MW supplied and/or installed to date. The full range of... 

There’s more to elections than attendance at manifesto launch rallies

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     13th May 2016 An old Prog – a former member of the liberal Progressive Party, one of the precursors of the Democratic Alliance (DA) – told me a story about the 1961 general election, which was held on October 18, 13 months before I was born. 

ACSA unveils Kimberley Airport solar power plant

By: Anine Kilian     13th May 2016 Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Friday launched a R13.5-million solar power plant at Kimberley Airport as part of ACSA’s broader plan to install solar farms at all six of its regional airports. Construction of the Kimberley Airport plant got under way in September last year and was... 

Bioremediation at North End lake shows promising results

By: David Oliveira     13th May 2016 Water-quality test results following the organic clean-up of the North End lake in Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape, were positive in various critical parameters, suggesting a significant drop in pollution levels, which made the lake unsuitable for swimming events in the past. According to... 

Company assists with compliance of new VGM regulations

     13th May 2016 New Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) container verified gross mass (VGM) regulations will be implemented in July. Global marine services company Strainstall, part of British provider of marine engineering services James Fisher and Sons, has launched a White Paper to chart a pathway to compliance and... 

Detectors supplied to oil project

     13th May 2016 Over $3-million worth of General Monitors (GM) fixed flame and gas detection products have been supplied to the Egina offshore oilfield by safety products manufacturer MSA Africa, which forms part of the Total Upstream Nigeria project. MSA Africa supplied the products to a major engineering,... 

Leakage system provides solutions in Johannesburg

By: Simon Sonnekus     13th May 2016 Water-leak detection and control systems provider AquaTrip South Africa has reasserted its focus on conserving water with the installation of its electronic valve, which monitors water flow at schools across Johannesburg. The Brisbane-based company has a regional office in Stellenbosch, in the... 

Naivasha–Kisumu–Malaba railway line project, Kenya

By: Sheila Barradas     13th May 2016 Kenya signed an agreement with the China Communications Construction Company for the construction of the project. 

Port authority maps out infrastructure projects

     13th May 2016 The ports industry is in a state of radical change and uncertainty, which requires flexible and adaptable port planning and design, notes Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) COO Phyllis Difeto. “The impact of the global economic downturn is a daily reminder to ports of the need to change... 

Surveillance vessel visits CT on courtesy port call

By: Kimberley Smuts     13th May 2016 French surveillance frigate the Nivôse arrived in Cape Town in February for a courtesy port call from Reunion Island, a French island in the Indian Ocean, after patrolling French southern and Antarctic territories. The French Embassy in South Africa notes that during the courtesy call,... 

Tanzania aiming to become East Africa’s regional transport hub

By: John Muchira     13th May 2016 Tanzania is determined to implement transport infrastructure megaprojects in a bid to become East Africa's regional transport hub. The country, which is investing massively in port, airport and railway projects, has earmarked $445.6-million in the current financial year budget for the... 

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