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candice haase

Exports to lift crane-factory investment

9th April 2004 Export growth predicted for this year warranted the commissioning of an additional 250 m2 of floor-space at Condra Crane’s factory in Germiston in January. 

Satellite systems firm bullish on Africa

2nd April 2004 The rapid development of economic activity on the African continent south of the DRC prompted turnkey wireless and satellite systems supplier GS Telecom Africa to establish itself in Johannesburg. 

EU programme to support FDI in SADC

2nd April 2004 Over the next five years, an €18-million programme funded by the European Union, will leverage the development of foreign investment in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. 

US aircon group in BEE move

2nd April 2004 The climate for black economic empowerment (BEE) has necessitated the establishment of an empowered subsidiary of US-based multinational heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) company York International SA (York SA). 

Empowerment spin-off from aluminium project

26th March 2004 Richards Bay steel-fabrication, construction and erection company Mechgen received the Nosa award for best audit results for 2003 last month.?It has maintained its Nosa 5 star status for the last three years. 

New move to promote Maputo as an alternative trade route

26th March 2004 The transport infrastructure developed across South Africa’s landlocked Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces to the port at Maputo, in Mozambique, has the potential to serve as the backbone of export and import activity in the region. 

Autocats take up PGM slack from jewellery in China

26th March 2004 The rapid growth of the automotive market in China coupled with increasing emission control regulations places the market for catalysts in that country as a rapidly growing consumer of platinum-group metals (PGMs). 

Firm restructures for LPG growth

19th March 2004 The growth potential in the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market has prompted local supplier of LPG Easigas, a division of Shell South Africa Marketing which Royal Dutch Shell owns jointly with black economic empowerment (BEE) partner Thebe Investment Corporation, to restructure its supply-chain... 

Engineering body sets up temporary employment unit

19th March 2004 The requirement for flexible staffing in the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) sector was the catalyst in the Constructional Engineering Association’s (CEA) decision to create a temporary employment services division (TESD) within its structure. 

Mobile fuel station finds niche in Africa

19th March 2004 A South African company which supplies petrol pumps and petroleum equipment to the retail petrol market exported its fourth movable fuel station to Uganda earlier this month. 

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