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New digital technologies improve manufacturing capabilities

3rd July 2020 Metallurgical plant supplier SMS group has developed digital technology called the X-Pact MES 4.0, along with the Safety Locator Suite system, which both aid in the digital transformation of organisations and help to gain faster insights and more informed management decision-making, with the... 

Plant productivity could be increased by virtual support

3rd July 2020 Metallurgical plant supplier SMS group aims to increase the technical resources of its clients’ plants by using local service teams from SMS Group with virtual support from global experts around the world using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies. The aim is to improve... 

Efficiency increase after conversion of rolling-oil filter system

5th March 2020 Two new Multi-Plate® filters from SMS group enhance efficiency and sustainability of rolling operations at Hydro Aluminium Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products GmbH, a company of global Hydro Group, operates a facility for rolled aluminium products in Grevenbroich, Germany. There, SMS group... 

Production of sellable steel strips directly after the first coil

24th January 2020 Shougang Jingtang starts production with new hot-dip galvanizing line for high-strength steel grades from SMS group Shougang Jingtang (Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel), China, successfully commissioned the new hot-dip galvanizing line supplied by SMS group www.sms-group.com. The new line is... 
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Total complete sale of interest in Nigerian onshore mining lease

Energy company Total has completed the divestment of its 10% interest in onshore Oil mining lease (OML) 17 to Nigerian company TNOG Oil and Gas, a company related to Heirs Holdings and of Transnational Corporation of Nigeria, for about $180-million. About $150-million was paid at completion of... 

Mavuso bemoans govt exacerbating uncertainty

Business Leadership South Africa CEO Busi Mavuso has expressed her view on government spending an increasing amount of time in court defending its regulations to control the spread of Covid-19. She refers to the South African Breweries (SAB) having gone to court to challenge the alcohol ban,... 
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