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R2m project under way in Mali

1st October 2004 Local distributor for Potain S A French is involved in a project totalling more than R2-million for the installation of two cranes at AngloGold Ashanti’s Morila gold-mine. 

Cutting system undergoing trials

1st October 2004 International mining equipment company DBT Africa markets an electrical monorail system (EMTS) and a rope-driven monorail system (RDTS). 

Flotation cell launched

1st October 2004 A subsidiary of KHD Humboldt Wedag, Koln, Germany, Humboldt Wedag SA has launched the pneumatic flotation cell in South Africa. 

330-t crane lifts 50-t skywalk

1st October 2004 Johannesburg-based crane hire company Johnson Crane Hire offers some of the largest range and provides a ‘total lifting solution’, heavy lift manager Larry Elias tells Mining Weekly. 

Western and Eastern Cape top housing-delivery list

24th September 2004 The Institution of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (Imesa) is a non-profit organisation consisting mainly of civil engineers in the public service needing to share and receive advice and information. 

Two orders received for air-duct heaters

24th September 2004 Johannesburg-based market leader in the trace heating business Bartec Barlian’s MD Fritz Boettiger tells Engineering News that the main function of trace heating is to make up for heat loss in pipes, vessels, and hoppers. 

Cost reduction is necessary for competitiveness

24th September 2004 Specialist in design and development of custom made environmental control systems, Booyco Engineering’s MD Jeremy Pougnet, says that in order to remain competitive in the global market local manufacturers and suppliers need to look at ways in which to reduce costs as many are no longer... 

Expansion plans necessitate branch opening

17th September 2004 One of Africa’s largest stockists of marine and offshore mooring equipment, Anchor Industries, recently opened a new branch in Elandsfontein, Johannesburg, adding to its existing branches in Cape Town and Durban. 

Council promotes wire exports

17th September 2004 The South African Wire Business Council (SAWBC) has been registered as a Section 21 company for two years and is also in its second year of having full-time office staff. 

Ski ropes are latest product introduction

17th September 2004 It has been 70 years of trusted quality and safety; this, says Brockwell & Company MD Norman Wallis, coupled with the wide range offered at the company, has kept the company rolling for the last 70 years. 

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