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Dec 16, 2005
Transnet subsidiary Protekon is a major participant in the high-level multidisciplinary team masterplanning the future of South Africa’s eight commercial ports for the National Port Authority (NPA).
Dec 02, 2005
Transports parastatal's restructuring in full swing
Aug 05, 2005
State-owned Transnet subsidiary engineering firm Protekon is assisting Spoornet with a R18-million project for formation rehabilitation of the Mqwabe section of the Richards Bay Coal Line - the latest of several track rehabilitation sections done on this export line...
Mar 17, 2005
Construction group Protekon's growing involvement in Transwerk's rehabilitation programmes recently led to Protekon Perway – in conjunction with Protekon Rail (Project Engineering) – being contracted for an assessment of the perway infrastructure at...
Jan 28, 2005
Construction firm Protekon this week announced that is has successfully completed a R30-million deviation of the main railway line between Postmasburg and Sishen, necessitated by Assmang's opening of a new opencast iron-ore mine at Beeshoek.
Dec 10, 2004
The Durban Car Terminal expansion project is already generating desired efficiencies, port manager Basil Ndlovu tells Engineering News in an exclusive interview at the port of Durban.
Dec 10, 2004
The Durban Car Terminal expansion project is expected to create significant opportunities for Protekon, a subsidiary of transport group Transnet. Protekon is currently working on a project development proposal to participate in a R3,5-billion project for Petronet,...
Nov 24, 2004
A subsidiary of parastatal Transnet, Protekon, has secured a R74,5-million contract to rehabilitate the 3kV overhead traction equipment (OHTE) on the main railway line from Merrivale to Nottingham Road station in the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Midlands.
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Jun 27, 2003
The Port of Durban has been plagued by delays and criticism of inefficiency in recent times.
Jun 07, 2002
Local company, Protekon, a subsidiary of the Transnet group, continues to be involved in the design, project management and construction of a number of projects on South Africa’s major ports.
 
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