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Branded products from BI offer motorists peace of mind during the Festive Season

30th November 2021 With the Festive Season just around the corner, leading supplier Bearings International (BI) is warning motorists about the unforeseen consequences of using counterfeit bearings in terms of maintenance and road safety. Downtime, consequential damage, reduced lifespan and poor performance are just... 

BI field service, engineering division adds extra value to customer operations

27th October 2021 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) is establishing a field service and engineering division to be able to offer its large mining and industrial customer base a structured, tailor-made value proposition for all of their service and repair requirements, explains GM Christian Chipamaunga.... 

Solutions on offer for entire mining chain

22nd October 2021 From the beginning of mining operations to the end-of-life, distributor of bearings, power transmission and allied products in Southern Africa Bearings International (BI) has products that service the entire mining value chain.  

BI plays a key role in Hudaco Group’s expansion into Africa

11th October 2021 In a drive to increase sales into Africa across all of its companies, the Hudaco Group has structured its exports division into smaller clusters, each with a specific product focus. Here Bearings International (BI) falls into the materials-handling cluster comprising of five companies, namely BI... 
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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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