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UK group buys out two SA firms

11th November 2005 Companies still seeking new market niches 

BEE deal integral to firm’s competitiveness strategy

11th November 2005 An Edenvale based valve supplier has recently entered negotiations to develop Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) at the company. Allied Tube fittings and Valves Director Charles Gracie tells Engineering News that the company expects the contracts to be complete very soon on a deal which will see... 

Better pressure control offered

11th November 2005 Automation specialists have become increasingly aware of the need to improve functionality and performance without compromising on cost or space. 

Enhanced knife-gate valve range released

11th November 2005 A Sebenza based company has recently released a new range of knife gate valves which have been designed with a number of user friendly features as well as enhanced sealing capabilities. 

Israeli-made units now available in South Africa

11th November 2005 One of the largest suppliers of valves in South Africa has added a significant number of new valves to it’s product range over the past six months. 

Home-grown product enjoys growing global acceptance

11th November 2005 Nearly 60% of group's turnover now arising offshore 

Manufacturer turns marketing attention inwards

11th November 2005 Series of valves released for the petrochemical, oil and gas and pulp-and-paper industries 

CSI investments are beginning to bear fruit

28th October 2005 The acquisition in 2004 of 25,1% of a Modderfontein-based explosives company by TISO has seen a more organised and concerted corporate social investment (CSI) infrastructure set up at that company. 

Educational and sporting opportunities for the disadvantaged and disabled

28th October 2005 A Sandton-based company is proving that corporate social investment is not an area in which only large, well-developed companies can play an important role in developing South Africa. 

Resources giant doing its bit for the community

28th October 2005 As one of the the largest companies in South Africa, BHP Billiton has often been recognised among the highest investors in corporate social investment (CSI). 

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