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Fuchs launches new head office, warehouse in Isando

16th May 2022 Independent lubricant manufacturer Fuchs Lubricants South Africa on May 13 officially launched its newly built head office and warehouse in Isando, Johannesburg. The company has invested over R250-million in the expansion at its existing location, noting that this came in the wake of it rapid... 

AGRIFARM lubricants keep agri equipment in tiptop condition

25th April 2022 When it comes to ensuring maximum operational reliability of agricultural machinery, nothing beats AGRIFARM lubricants from FUCHS LUBRICANTS SOUTH AFRICA. The company has been active in the agricultural lubricant market for over 70 years, both as an OEM for machine manufacturers and in the field... 

Lubricants ensure food safety

1st April 2022 Lubricants company FUCHS Lubricants South Africa offers food-grade Renolin SJL Heavy and Renolin SJL Winter lubricants for the sugar processing industry, with a range of benefits to ensure equipment longevity and food safety. KwaZulu-Natal technical sales representative Allan Fabian explains that... 

FUCHS’ new sustainable automotive small packs are easy on the environment

14th March 2022 The new small packs for the automotive sector introduced globally by the FUCHS Group at the end of last year not only feature easily recognisable labels and images, pictographs, and colour codes to help customers select the correct oil, with an optimised bottle shape with a longer neck for... 
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June's fuel price hike will be a shock 'never seen before', warns AA

According to the latest data from the Central Energy Fund, petrol and diesel prices currently look set for large increases in the first week of June. Adding to the blow is the return of the full general fuel levy (GFL), which government cut by R1.50 per litre for two months. The levy is supposed... 

Elephant trade curbs spur African nations to seek common stance

African nations from Senegal to Botswana will seek to formulate a continent-wide position on the trade in live elephants and ivory, an attempt to counter restrictions imposed by the United Nations Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES.... 
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