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Jun 05, 2009
Engineering company SA Five reports that despite the effects of the current global economic environment, the company sees the economic climate as a catalyst for new ideas that will grow and strengthen its market share.
Sep 02, 2005
With a group turnover of more than R600-million a year RJ Southey prides itself on delivering the best products to its target market.
Jun 10, 2005
One of South Africa’s largest and better-equipped marine anticorrosion project engineering companies, Nautilus Marine, has developed an international reputation for quality services to ship owners and industrialists.
May 27, 2005
A series of oil and gas rigs in need of repairs or maintenance is expected to dock in the port of Cape Town before the end of the year.
Apr 29, 2005
Planthire company Rand-Air was a key supplier during the recent three-week refit of deepwater drillship Pride Africa at Cape Town’s dry docks.
Jan 14, 2005
The ultra-deepwater drill ship Pride Africa, designed to drill for oil in water depths of more than 3 000 m and drilling depths of 4 500 m, was dry-docked in Cape Town during November.
 
 
 
 
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