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BI appoints Business Development Leader for cement, pulp & paper, and chemicals

12th June 2019 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) has appointed Sharon Van Niekerk as Business Development Leader (BDL) – Cement, Pulp & Paper and Chemicals with effect from 1 February. Van Niekerk’s remit is to assist Bi in acquiring new customers, and selling additional products or services to... 

Cooper split bearings are ideal for sugar-mill maintenance and upgrades

22nd May 2019 Split bearings from Cooper Bearings, available from leading supplier Bearings International (BI), are ideal for maintenance and equipment upgrades for sugar mills in Southern Africa. This is the view of Matthew Tyler, Cooper Bearings Product Manager at BI, who recently paid a visit to various... 

Supportive policy and infrastructure needed to improve agricultural harvest

10th May 2019 Variable climatic conditions, macroeconomic fluctuations, trade wars and land reform policy uncertainty will remain some of the biggest factors impacting on the South African agriculture sector for the foreseeable future, according to the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy’s (BFAP’s)... 

New products launched at Nampo Harvest Day

10th May 2019 Bearings and accessories distributor Bearings International (BI) will launch its Agri HUB bearings and the blue and white Agri Grease sachets at the Grain SA Nampo Harvest Day that will be held from May 14 to 17, near Bothaville, in the Free State. The Agri HUB bearings have been designed... 
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EPP forms JV to manage Poland office buildings

JSE-listed property company EPP has established a joint venture with pan-European private equity real estate platform Henderson Park, which will acquire a 70% interest in EPP's Polish office building portfolio. EPP will retain a 30% interest in the portfolio, which comprises 11 newly built office... 

Extreme weather is shaking up Africa's corn trade

At least three African nations will need to import more corn this year after extreme weather from cyclones to drought devastated crops, sparking some unusual trade flows. Corn is a staple grain across much of sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s milled and cooked with water to form a porridge or stiff... 
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