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The Pyrotec experience

20th January 2021 As Pyrotec approaches its 55th anniversary next year, Rowan Beattie, the company’s managing director, reflects on the long history of this privately-owned and managed business. Pyrotec has always been an innovative, forward-thinking, and proudly South African organisation that has built a strong... 

The Pyrotec experience

19th November 2020 As Pyrotec approaches it’s 55th anniversary next year, Rowan Beattie, the company’s managing director, reflects on the long history of this privately-owned and managed business. Pyrotec has always been an innovative, forward-thinking, and proudly South African organisation that has built a strong... 

Cut coding errors from the supply chain

4th November 2020 Pyrotec PackMark, October 2020: Packaging or labelling waste, rework, reputational damage and regulatory fines are some of the outcomes, besides cost, that result from human error in coding and marking operations. Correct coding is important for ensuring the supply chain operates efficiently and... 

Service matters, now more than ever before

3rd April 2020 While procuring equipment is often the first step in a relationship between customers and suppliers, after-sales support and rapid response to breakdowns is what will bind relationships and create long-term trust and loyalty. To do this, service level agreements (SLAs) are ideal for guaranteeing... 
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BUSA pays tribute to Mthembu

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) says organised business mourns the passing of Jackson Mthembu, who was "one of South Africa’s hardest-working Ministers and a reliable social partner to engage with". Mthembu passed away this week from Covid-19-related complications. 

Japan and the UK partnering on robotics for use in nuclear facilities

Japan and the UK are partnering to develop and deploy new automation and robotics techniques for use in both the decommissioning of nuclear plants and the development of nuclear fusion energy. The project, designated LongOps, will receive £12-million in funding and will run for four years. The... 
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