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Even in tough times, Apex safety screens mean no compromise

29th October 2020 Poor economic conditions – exacerbated by the Covid-19 lockdown – have tempted many manufacturers to cut back unwisely on health and safety facilities, risking the sustainability of their enterprises. According to Wim Dessing, sales executive of Apex Strip Curtains & Doors, South Africa already... 

Durable and flexible Apex Strip Curtains for all applications

2nd September 2020 The patented Balledge® design on Apex General Purpose Strip Curtains not only ensures an effective thermal seal, it also makes the locally manufactured product very durable. Made from specially formulated PVC material that retains its flexibility irrespective of the environment or temperate where... 

High speed doors offer contactless operation with increased productivity

8th July 2020 With companies under pressure to ensure as contactless operation as possible, automated high speed doors are becoming a viable option. Not only does use of this type of door increase productivity, but it will allow the opening and closing function to be done without the need for personnel to... 

Enhance workplace safety with strip curtains

12th June 2020 Ensuring optimum visibility at internal entry and exit points in manufacturing and storage facilities will significantly reduce risks associated with vehicular traffic movement. Apex General Purpose Strip Curtains go a long way in mitigating risks and improving safety. A large percentage of... 
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Japan and the UK partnering on robotics for use in nuclear facilities

Japan and the UK are partnering to develop and deploy new automation and robotics techniques for use in both the decommissioning of nuclear plants and the development of nuclear fusion energy. The project, designated LongOps, will receive £12-million in funding and will run for four years. The... 

Reserve Bank keeps rates on hold at 3.5%

The Reserve Bank has decided to keep rates unchanged at 3.5%, in line with the expectations of economists. Governor Lesetja Kganyago made the announcement on Thursday afternoon, following the bank's Monetary Policy Committee's (MPC) first meeting for the year this week. Two of the MPC's five... 
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