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Interior tank cleaning made easier through rope access

10th April 2020 Work at height company Skyriders is cleaning the interiors of large storage tanks for a major petrochemicals producer, in Mpumalanga, using rope access. Having completed its first cleaning scope of the year in February, it started its second cleaning in late March. 

Skyriders receives recognition for a customised solution

18th February 2020 Well-known for its innovation in devising customised solutions for specific client requirements, rope-access specialist Skyriders recently received recognition from a major petrochemical producer for achieving a significant reduction in its maintenance costs, and boosting health and safety at the... 

Skyriders assists consulting engineer with smokestack inspection

3rd February 2020 Rope-access specialist Skyriders recently showcased the extent of its inspection techniques by assisting a consulting engineering company with tests needed  prior to the design of a modification to a large smokestack for a major petrochemical producer. Marketing Manager Mike Zinn explains that... 

Flare-stack lagging and cladding project is a first for Skyriders

11th December 2019 Flare stacks require regular inspection and maintenance. Flare stacks are similar to smokestacks or silos, and range from 50 m to 80 m in height. Their function is to burn off surplus or dangerous excess gases that cannot be utilised or stored. Traditionally, sizeable cranage needs to be... 
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CIG narrows interim loss, but remains under pressure

Construction company Consolidated Infrastructure Group (CIG) expects to report a headline loss a share of between 91c and 137c for the six months ended June 30. This will be an improvement of between 67% and 78% compared with the headline loss a share of 417c reported for the six months ended... 

King Shaka International Airport announces updated Covid-19 operational processes

Durban’s King Shaka International Airport (King Shaka) on Friday announced that it was updating its operations processes concerning Covid-19. The new processes would come into effect on Sunday (August 16). King Shaka is one of the airports owned and operated by the Airports Company South Africa.... 
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