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Our core purpose is to consistently meet or exceed the reasonable expectations of our major stakeholders (which specifically include our employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders and the communities that surround us). We do this by creating value through the manufacture of high-value aluminium semi-fabricated products. In doing so, we contribute to the upliftment of the standard of living in the region. We achieve this by stimulating business activities associated with adding value to the large quantities of primary aluminium produced in the region and through pursuing related business opportunities within which we can further apply our capabilities.

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Barloworld transport to embrace trucking disruptors

     1st September 2016 The trucking industry is braced for beneficial disruptive technology that holds promise for entirely new business models in freight movement. Several technologies are positioned to disrupt traditional operational processes in order to improve service, costs, and market share by using data science... 

Labour reforms needed to bolster employment – Kganyago

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th August 2016 Removing unusually high barriers to entry for new business, while lowering costs in network industries such as telecommunications, energy and transport, will counter strong wage, salary and price pressures. This would, in turn, add to growth in employment and the economy, Reserve Bank Governor... 

Concentrated solar plants valuable for South Africa 

By: Robyn Wilkinson     29th July 2016 As baseload plants, concentrated solar plants (CSPs) are highly sought after in the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), says infrastructure operations and maintenance (O&M) company Invest in Africa Holdings (IIAH) director Gabriel Reeder. 

Machine-moving company extends storage solutions

By: Dylan Slater     23rd October 2015 KwaZulu-Natal-based machine-moving and abnormal loads company Lovemore Bros has invested in a new equipment handling and storage facility, which opened in June, on Rotterdam road in the Bayhead area of Durban port.  

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