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Mindanao to lead Philippine rubber production

     12th February 2016 The Philippine Department of Trade and Investment (DTI) aims to position Mindanao as the country’s rubber product manufacturing hub. Mindanao currently supplies 99% of the country’s national rubber production. DTI region 9 director and national coordinator for the rubber industry cluster Dr Sitti... 

Quality skills key to installing rubber flooring

By: Kimberley Smuts     12th February 2016 Despite the growing popularity of rubber flooring in South Africa over the past five years, one of the biggest challenges in the floor-fitting industry is the lack of fitter skills, and using the correct adhesive and tools, says vinyl flooring and protection solutions specialists  Polyflor South... 

New power transmission range introduced

By: Nadine James     6th November 2015 Industrial supplies distributor Bearings 2000 will officially launch its new brand Synergy Power Transmission Components in South Africa in January 2016, says Bearings 2000 product manager for power transmission Marius Scheepers. Scheepers, who will head the division, advises that the Synergy... 

Metals, engineering sector challenges will affect employment – Seifsa 

By: Sashnee Moodley     13th July 2015 Stagnant demand and high production costs are likely to result in declining employment in the metals and engineering sector.  

Rubber lining extends chute maintenance period sixfold

     15th November 2013 A Linatex rubber solution proposed by mining equipment supplier Weir Minerals Africa has effectively extended the maintenance period on a jig overflow chute at commodities major GlencoreXstrata’s Boshoek ferrochrome smelter complex, near Rustenburg, by six times, compared with the durability of... 

Enhanced mining-manufacturing interface holds promise, but constraints linger

By: Terence Creamer     6th September 2013 An enhanced interface between mining and manufacturing could have major economic and employment spin-offs for South Africa and Africa, separate research by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) shows. However, several structural... 

Big economic, jobs benefits possible from enhanced mining-manufacturing interface 

By: Terence Creamer     22nd August 2013 An enhanced interface between mining and manufacturing could have major economic and employment spinoffs for South Africa and Africa, separate research by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) shows. However, several structural... 

Recycling process possible solution to waste tyres

By: Zandile Mavuso     15th February 2013 Africa’s largest recycling group Reclam, in partnership with rubber compounder Heever Rubber and Tyre (HRT), believes that its new recycled-rubber technology process could possibly help meet the targets of South Africa’s tyre recycling targets in an environment-friendly manner. 

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