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Company obtains certification for valves

9th August 2019 Specialist valve manufacturer AVK Southern Africa has been awarded certification according to the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 2014/68/EU-Module H for the manufacturing of two of its valves. The directive regulates the manufacture of pressure equipment, including steam boilers, pressure... 

Upgrades in pipeline for valve manufacturing facility

19th May 2017 Since valves manufacturer AVK Southern Africa’s (AVK SA’s) acquisition of valves manufacturer Gunric in December last year, AVK has taken full control of Gunric’s manufacturing facility in Robertville, Gauteng.  

AVK grows local manufacturing footprint

27th March 2017 Valves and related solutions manufacturer AVK Holding Southern Africa has bolstered its manufacturing footprint and product offering after acquiring the Gunric brand and intellectual property (IP) for an undisclosed amount. The deal would provide AVK access to Gunric’s specialisation in the... 

New valve factory opens in SA

19th October 2016 Danish valves manufacturer AVK Valves Southern Africa has officially launched its R200-million valves manufacturing facility in Alrode, Gauteng, with the manufacturer being the first in its sector to take full advantage of the Department of Trade and Industry’s local content requirements for... 
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Outrage and calls for fuel price audit as motorists overpaid for petrol on Wednesday

Some motorists unwittingly paid 6c/litre more per litre of fuel than they should have on Wednesday morning. This was before the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) admitted that it had made a calculation error on the announced 81c increase - saying that it was only meant to increase... 

Omicron may throw wrench in companies' plans to return to office

Company executives are beginning to consider different permanent work models for their employees as the coronavirus pandemic, and the spread of the Omicron variant, destabilise their latest return-to-office plans. With Omicron so new, companies are struggling to understand how the variant might... 
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