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Press Office - Crane & Hoist Equipment SA

Crane & Hoist Equipment SA

Crane & Hoist Equipment SA is a specialist operation supplies new and refurbished tower cranes as well as construction hoists to the sub-Saharan markets.

The team at Crane & Hoist Equipment SA have extensive experience in this industry sector which include technical knowledge and the ability to provide sound technical product support to customers.

Established in late 2017, Crane Hire & Hoist Equipment SA has already proven itself and is fast becoming a leader in the lifting industry.

Contact details

Website : www.che-sa.co.za

Brenden Crous - +27 83 424 2658 / Brenden@che-sa.co.za

Louw Smit - +27 83 413 7524 / Louw@che-sa.co.za

Danie Roos - +27 82 853 8629 / danie@che-sa.co.za

 

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Buoyed by mining recovery, Barloworld looks to Mongolia for growth 

By: Irma Venter     20th May 2019 Barloworld’s results on Monday reflected some of the biggest trends in the South African economy, with the company reporting a sharp drop in equipment sales to the troubled construction industry, as well as a decline in new-vehicle sales and car rental days, but with the mining industry seemingly... 

Positive reaction to Radebe’s lifting of licence restraints on small-scale power plants 

By: Terence Creamer     15th May 2019 Industry has reacted positively to revelations that Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has written to the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) indicating that it should begin to license small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) projects with capacities of above 1 MW. Business Day reported on... 

Connecting outlying Sekhukhune District to major urban nodes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th May 2019 The Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) is forging ahead with the construction of a new road that will connect three villages in the mainly rural Sekhukhune District Municipality to two provincial roads, including the D1547 that is administered by the South African National Roads Agency Limited. When... 

Rising demand for versatile mini cranes

By: Schalk Burger     10th May 2019 There is growing demand for the versatile and compact Unic Spider Mini Cranes in South Africa’s construction and mining sectors, says local distributor B & B Group CEO Bob Fogg. The cranes range from 1 t to 10 t cranes, and many are small enough to fit through doors and into confined construction... 

South African company secures Potain distributorship

By: Nadine James     10th May 2019 Having secured Southern African distributorship for French tower- and self-erecting crane producers Potain, service provider Crane & Hoist Equipment SA expects to continue its sustainable growth path over the next five years, says sales director Louw Smit. The distributorship, effective as of... 

Miners delivered 23% of WA's revenues

By: Esmarie Iannucci     9th May 2019 The Western Australian resources sector has contributed more than A$7.23-billion in royalties and grants, contributing to the state government declaring an operating surplus of A$553-million for 2018-19. Western Australian Treasurer Ben Wyatt has predicted an operating surplus of A$1.5-billion... 

Russia training and arming CAR forces

By: African News Agency      2nd May 2019 The Central African Republic’s (CAR) armed forces are being armed and trained by Russian military experts. The initiative comes a year after Russia achieved a partial lifting of the arms embargo on the Central African country from the United Nations Security Council, All Africa reported. Five... 

Russia's Rusal first-quarter value-added product sales down 44% on US sanctions

By: Reuters     30th April 2019 Russian aluminium producer United Company Rusal has reduced its first-quarter sales of value added products (VAP) by 44% from a year ago and by 22% from the last quarter of 2018 because of sanctions by the US. Washington imposed the sanctions on Rusal, the world's largest aluminium producer... 

Agnico bets on high grade gold as it digs in Canada's remote north

By: Reuters     24th April 2019 Agnico Eagle Mines is doubling down this year on Nunavut, Canada’s least developed territory, betting that the high-grade gold ores and slim competition there will offset the risks of digging in the remote location in the far north. For miners desperate to shore up reserves, the choice is often... 

Pandor opens Centre of Specialisation at False Bay college

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     23rd April 2019 Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor last week opened a Centre of Specialisation for mechanical fitters and riggers at the False Bay Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College. This brings to six the number of TVET colleges in the Western Cape that specialise... 

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