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UPS adds to smooth operations at Metric Automotive Engineering

1st February 2021 Ensuring quality customer service even during power outages forms part of Metric Automotive Engineering’s sustainable business strategy. The company recently invested in an uninterruptable power system (UPS) at its state-of-the-art technical facility in Germiston to ensure just this. While the... 

Metric Automotive cleaning components for OEMS

15th December 2020 Metric Automotive Engineering now offers a cleaning service to OEMS for diesel engine components. Few OEMs have the equipment, resources or time to adequately clean components to the correct level of cleanliness required, and this prompted the company to offer this service. Identifying needs... 

Metric Automotive Engineering supporting essential service providers during COVID-19 imposed lockdown

17th April 2020 Metric Automotive Engineering is committed to supporting customers who are providing essential services during the current lockdown restrictions imposed as a result of COVID-19, while still meeting the required safety regulations. The company, a leading large diesel engine component... 

Empowering Women In Engineering Through B-BBEE

13th January 2020 Working to embrace the spirit of transformation and development, Metric Automotive Engineering has affirmed its Level 4 status in terms of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) requirements. In an exciting recent deal, the Intombazane Development Trust has invested in the... 
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ARM board approves R5.7-billion Merensky project at Two Rivers mine

The board of diversified mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) has approved the Merensky reef project at the Two Rivers platinum group metals (PGMs) mine in Mpumalanga, ARM CEO Mike Schmidt said on Wednesday after the company reported record financial results. The Two Rivers Merensky... 

South African scientists find antibodies from variant may offer cross-protection

Research by South African scientists suggests that antibodies triggered by exposure to the country's dominant coronavirus variant can prevent infection by other variants, the scientists said on Wednesday. The findings in laboratory studies offer hope that COVID-19 vaccines based on the 501Y.V2... 
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