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Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) 3 Keys to Long Term Manufacturing Success

2nd April 2019 Having attended dozens of industry trade association events in recent years, one notices a common theme in comments made by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and their Tier 1 or prime contractor suppliers regarding their product launches.   Across every industry and market, executives talk... 

SA Poultry threat – what can we do about it?

19th March 2019 In FoodStuff SA last week, there were discussions around dumping of chicken on our market. “the Sapa has applied for an 82% ad valorem import tariff on bone-in and boneless frozen chicken from many non-EU countries, including Brazil.” With the right Government assistance, this could go a long way... 

SA should focus on niche vehicle markets – CEO

26th July 2013 There are great opportunities for South Africa to expand the capacity of its automotive components sector; however, genuine discussion is required on whether it is viable for South Africa to continue manufacturing vehicles locally, says targeted consulting and implementation skills provider... 

Operational planning key to improving competitiveness

12th November 2010 A number of South African industries could improve their global competitiveness by improving their operations planning regimes, reports consulting company Rifle-Shot Performance Holdings CEO and MD Ian Huntly. 
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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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