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Growth surge for electrical motor repair specialist

30th May 2003 Specialist in motor repairs and maintenance Marthinusen & Coutts (M&C) has experienced a surge in market growth within the group, and has established itself as a market leader in the local high-voltage and low-voltage environment, reports newly-appointed MD Gavin Garland. 

Skills development support project launched

18th April 2003 In this the sixtieth year of the steel and engineering industries federation of South Africa (Seifsa), its focus is on skills development initiatives for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs). 

MMD Mineral Sizing expands its technology on offer

28th March 2003 Established in the UK in 1978 by Alan Potts, the designer and patentee of the minerals-size-reduction technology, MMD Mineral Sizing has evolved into a worldwideorganisation with offices in 12 countries. 

38 Profibus installers have been accredited

21st March 2003 In a major infusion of skills into transmission, communication, appli-cation and systems integration in South African industry, 38 practitioners were certified as accredited Profibus installers in a ceremony held in Johannesburg in early March this year. 

Mobile telecoms newcomer ramps up capex

6th December 2002 Of the proposed R2,5-billion that the latest entrant to South Africa’s mobile telecommunications market, Cell C, had allocated to new network infrastructure, the bulk will be spent between 2002 and 2004, reports Cell C head of strategy Jonathon Newman. 

Exhibition grandstands top performance of the Automotive Industry Development Centre

29th November 2002 Southern Hemisphere’s largest automotive exhibition last month provided an invaluable grandstand for the high-achieving Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC). 

Yearly cluster conferences now likely after successful first effort

29th November 2002 The first-ever formal South African Automotive Cluster Conference has been such as resounding success that a call is being heeded to make it an annual event. 

Mobile newcomer’s capex plans on track

26th November 2002 The bulk of the proposed R2,5-billion allocated by Cell C to new network infrastructure will be spent between 2002 and 2004, reports Cell C head of strategy Jonathon Newman. 

Plastics industry fast-tracking implementing new skills legislation

18th October 2002 With skills development playing an integral role in the growth of the economy, the plastics industry is fast-tracking the implementation of new skills legislation aimed at uplifting both big business and small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs). 

Indian electrical firms seek African markets

18th October 2002 During the Electra Mining Africa 2002 show, held in Johannesburg South and concluded earlier this month, Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA) senior executive officer MG Date informed Engineering News that association members are looking at Africa as a main... 

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