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Automotive Industry

New black lube product

By: System Author     19th February 1999 Black-empowerment company Tepco Petroleum will introduce its own brand of lubricants to the local market before the end of the year. “We are finalising a blending agreement with one of the large oil companies,” Tepco GM Wessel du Plessis tells Engineering News. The first lubricant... 

Central lube systems

By: System Author     19th February 1999 Adequate fifth-wheel lubrication on articulated vehicles was a difficulty in Sasol’s fleet operation. “We found that this was an area that was often neglected in our routine maintenance programmes,” says Sasol Oil transport services manager MJ du Plessis. He adds that this is... 

Numerous dumptrucks imported

By: System Author     12th February 1999 A number of Terex TA40 dumptrucks, powered by the Detroit Diesel Series 60, have been imported by local Terex agent Batemans. These 40 t trucks will be used in various mining and construction applications and the 6  

Portable remote comms device

By: System Author     12th February 1999 AN inexpensive, easy-to-use handheld device which uses cellular technology for mobile communication has been developed in South Africa by Accord R&D, a subsidiary of Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Accord Technologies. The robust device can be adapted to suit a myriad of applications in any... 

Maputo toll-road on track

By: System Author     12th February 1999 WORK is proceeding apace on the Maputo Corridor project, reports Trans African Concessions (Trac), the concessionaire appointed to build and operate the project, and transfer it back to the respective governments after 30 years. The first toll-plaza has been opened west of Middelburg, and the... 

New foldable forklift

By: System Author     12th February 1999 A new foldable portable forklift called the Crayler, from Palfinger, is available in South Africa from Magon Cranes, The forklift, with a 1,8 t or 2 t carrying capacity, is carried below the truck semi-trailer in a transportation box which is installed between the axles on a trailer or... 

R4,5m Koeberg spent-fuel contract

By: System Author     5th February 1999 THE industrial and automotive division of the IST group has been awarded a R4,5-million contract to upgrade the spent-fuel cranes at the Koeberg nuclear-power plant in the Western Cape. Eskom is in the process of increasing the spent-fuel storage capacity at the power station in order to allow... 

Long-awaited ‘African’ truck rolls off the line

By: System Author     5th February 1999 The long-awaited ‘African’ truck has begun rolling off the assembly line. Engineering News can today report that Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) has begun production of its MB 800. The new truck has a 4,5 t payload, and its chassis and powerplant will also be used for the... 

Housing and transport go hand-in-hand

By: System Author     5th February 1999 Housing developments, the provision of infrastructure and transport needs will have to be planned together if the full potential of development initiatives is to be realised, Department of Transport director general Dipak Patel tells Engineering News. He explains, that in the planning of low-cost... 

SA rail-freight services repositioned

By: System Author     5th February 1999 Rail operator Spoornet is in the process of repositioning its freight rail services to align them with the needs of the customer, GM strategic marketing Herman Evert tells Engineering News. He explains that this means that there will, in all probability, be no large infrastructure developments... 

Auto company goes ‘live’

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 AUTOMOTIVE company Land Rover South Africa has gone live with a big information technology project involving a move to an integrated SAP R/3 software solution designed to deliver business benefits such as allowing business volume growth. “Installation and customisation of R/3 Materials... 

Fourth agency launched

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 The launch of the Department of Transport’s (DoT’s) fourth agency is a milestone for civil aviation in South Africa, said Transport Minister Mac Maharaj. In April last year three agencies were created out of the restructured DoT to run as independent, statutory authorities operating... 

Leader of 7 800

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 Full name: Jo Grov 

Quality ranking awarded

By: Archivist     15th January 1999 AFRICA’s largest manufacturer of electronic components used in automotive security systems, prepaid electricity, water and solar meters, Conlog – a subsidiary of Log-Tek Holdings – has been awarded the prestigious QS 9000 motor industry quality ranking. Conlog is the first... 

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