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Solutions to counter cold weather from Apex

28th May 2020 As the cold weather approaches, companies start looking at ways to improve both working conditions and employee comfort. This includes dealing with large doorways left open to facilitate easy access. Apex Strip Curtains & Doors has a range of solutions for this. Large doorways left open to... 

Heavy duty traffic door is still lightweight

7th May 2020 The locally manufactured Apex SR 9000 heavy duty insulated impact door opens easily, operates smoothly and allows safe, damage free passage for personnel and equipment. Known for its lightweight yet rugged construction, the Apex SR 9000 heavy duty insulated impact traffic door also offers ease of... 

High speed doors can reduce energy costs

15th April 2020 South Africa’s drive for reduced energy consumption should include optimising the efficiency of energy usage across entire supply chains. This is according to Wim Dessing, sales executive at Apex Strip Curtains & Doors, who says the company is seeing an increased call for its technical personnel... 

Optimum safety with Apex Welding and Safety screens

3rd April 2020 Made from specially formulated PVC material, Apex Welding and Safety Screens will ensure optimum safety in workshop environments, protecting workers from harsh ultra-violet light and dangerous u.v. radiation which occurs during welding and grinding processes. This locally manufactured safety... 
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Minister urges mines to test without fear of mine closure

Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe on Friday urged mines to test for Covid-19 to the full extent without fearing mine closure. The Minister was responding to a media question on the steps the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) was taking to end the backlog of... 

From field hospitals to ventilator prototypes, South Africa's state of readiness for Level 3 outlined

Cabinet’s economic cluster sought to offer assurances on Friday that significant preparations had been made to facilitate a safe transition to a Level 3 lockdown from June 1, which opens the way for the return to work of eight-million more people. The easing of the lockdown is expected to... 
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