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FUCHS LUBRICANTS SOUTH AFRICA produces local lubricant for wind turbine maintenance

28th February 2024

A single wind turbine requires 600 to 800 litres of lubricant per gearbox, which means selecting the correct product for reduced maintenance and increased lifespan is critical. With the 16th... 

FUCHS offers a range of service and maintenance solutions for mining

23rd February 2024

Such has been the success of its relationship building that FUCHS LUBRICANTS SOUTH AFRICA has been offering its man-on-site service to some mining clients for over 30 years, according to Tiaan Le... 

Ancillary product reduces harmful emissions

16th February 2024

Lubricant supplier FUCHS Lubricants South Africa introduced TITAN AdBlue – an ancillary product that helps reduce diesel exhaust emissions – for use in buses, trucks and agricultural vehicles.... 

Manufacturer introduces ‘evolved’ engine oil

16th February 2024

As a successor to its TITAN CARGO MAXX 10W40 performance engine oil, lubricant manufacturer FUCHS Lubricants South Africa now offers the TITAN CARGO MAXX II performance engine oil, which also has a... 

FUCHS LUBRICANTS SOUTH AFRICA pursues Zero Harm as a key part of its HSE strategy

15th January 2024

For FUCHS LUBRICANTS SOUTH AFRICA, maintaining the highest standards of health, safety, and environmental (HSE) responsibility is not just a corporate obligation, it is a way of life. Technical... 

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Is the era of the flying taxi finally about to dawn?

Updated 2 hours 46 minutes ago

The concept of small, usually unconventional, aircraft, carrying small numbers of passengers, weaving their way through towering skyscrapers and speeding over suburbs, has been a staple of... 

South Africa records R9.4bn trade deficit for January

Updated 4 hours ago

Trade statistics for January, released by the South African Revenue Services (Sars) on February 29, show a preliminary trade deficit of R9.4-billion, an improvement from the R24.4-billion trade... 

IATA reports significant improvement in African aviation safety, but more needs to be done

29th February 2024

The global representative body for the airline industry, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has reported that Africa’s aviation safety performance last year was a significant... 

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