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Supplier working hard to secure contracts

3rd February 2012 Natural piped gas supplier Egoli Gas has signed a five-year multimillion rand contract to supply gas to financial institution Standard Bank’s Rosebank branch. The gas will be used to generate power for the branch’s own needs. 

R2.8m LPG filling plant phase progresses

3rd February 2012 Gas supplier KayaGas is working on the roll-out of the second stage of its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) filling plant project in the Western Cape. 

Gas manufacturer to expand service offering

3rd February 2012 Gas manufacturer and supplier Air Products will be focusing on expanding its CryoEase service offering within the analytical and fabrication markets this year, says Air Products CryoEase business manager Gary Lombard. 

Global economist returns to speak at 2012 indaba

27th January 2012 The world economy is currently a mixed picture. The US economy could have a growth rate as high as 4% during the fourth quarter; however Europe is sliding into recession, reports economics advisory company David Hale Global Economics. 

Top-ranking companies to give main stage presentations

27th January 2012 Tanzania’s largest gold miner African Barrick Gold (ABG), exploration company Extract Resources and copper producer Anvil Mining are expected to participate in the main stage presentations at this year’s Investment in African Mining Indaba. 

Financial analyst to speak at Mining Indaba

27th January 2012 Financial institution Credit Suisse commodities research VP Tom Kendall will focus on the outlook for the global gold sector during his presentation at the commodities review and outlook forum at the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2012. 

Lighting the way for the GFIP

9th December 2011 Technical lighting manufacturer and distributor Beka has an ongoing R25-million contract with the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) to supply luminaires to the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP). 

Construction group forging ahead despite unstable market

9th December 2011 A shortage of new road construction contracts is forcing companies to tender at very low profit margins and take on high risk projects, asserts JSE-listed construction group Basil Read roads division MD Dave Bennett. He explains that the multiple challenges facing the road construction industry,... 

Technology company forging ahead in renewable-energy market

25th November 2011 Technology supplier Bosch South Africa is considering the potential of locally manufacturing solar technology, MD Dr Steffen Hoffmann tells Engineering News. 

Automotive division showing steady growth

25th November 2011 Technology supplier Bosch South Africa plant director Armin Volk says the global company’s Automotive Technology division has the largest growth potential of all group components and is the biggest contributor to turnover. 

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