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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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ASIC lifts stop order on TerraCom/Universal bid

By: Esmarie Iannucci     12th March 2020 The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has revoked an interim stop order in relation to ASX-listed TerraCom’s bid for South Africa-focused coal miner Universal Coal. The Australian watchdog at the end of February imposed the stop order, impeding TerraCom’s ability to... 

As stocks gyrate, investors scoop up tons and tons of gold

By: Bloomberg     11th March 2020 Stocks sink and investors snap up tons of gold; stocks surge and investors keep on snapping up tons of gold. The haven has benefited from sustained inflows in recent days as the markets’ virus-driven gyrations and expectations for interest rate cuts spur large, consistent demand. Net inflows... 

Jungheinrich seeks to offer the best of both worlds in new counterbalance truck

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     31st January 2020 Intralogistics solutions provider Jungheinrich this week gave the media and clients a preview of the future of sustainable logistics, with attendees at the company’s Innovations & Highlights seminar, in Hamburg, Germany, given a sneak peek of a pioneer counterbalance truck, the P30i. Jungheinrich... 

SA supports call to lift economic sanctions against Zimbabwe

By: African News Agency      17th December 2019 National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise has reiterated South Africa’s stand to support the lifting of the targeted economic sanctions against Zimbabwe. "We stand as South Africa to say to our brothers, our sisters, our neighbours – in fact our family because we have intermarried, to say that your... 

Russia seeks to lift ban on ‘blood diamonds’ from African ally

By: Bloomberg     16th December 2019 Russia is proposing to move toward ending the ban on selling so-called blood diamonds from the Central African Republic, a former French colony that’s struck recent military and commercial ties with Moscow, amid resistance from the US and Europe. The CAR, which is mired in civil conflict, should... 

Project Atlas delivers first gas sales

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th December 2019 Project Atlas has delivered its first gas sales into the east coast market ahead of schedule, with the gas sold to Queensland power generator CleanCo. ASX-listed Senex Energy on Tuesday said that the agreement with CleanCo complemented Project Atlas’ gas sales agreement with CSR and Orora, which... 

Moz needs stronger governance, institutional framework, says IMF

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd November 2019 As substantial investments to explore Mozambique’s vast natural gas reserves begin in earnest next year, the country is poised to become a significant exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG). “LNG can be a game changer for economic transformation, development and inclusive growth, potentially... 

Moody's leaves South Africa teetering on brink of 'junk'

By: Reuters     2nd November 2019  Moody's left South Africa on the brink of "junk" status on Friday after it revised the outlook on the country's last investment-grade credit rating to "negative," piling pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to quicken the pace of reform. Moody's said the outlook revision on its 'Baa3' rating,... 

Bobcat skidsteer attachments ideal for materials-handling applications

25th October 2019 Skidsteer loaders from Bobcat Equipment South Africa are ideal for a wide range of materials-handling applications in agriculture and construction, from cleaning-up operations to trenching and loading. This is due to the fact that they can be customised by means of a range of attachments, turning... 

Sirius shares gain on Qatari supply agreement

By: Mariaan Webb     11th October 2019 London-listed Sirius Minerals on Friday announced that it had signed a ten-year supply and distribution agreement with a State-owned Qatari company, sending its share price up 3.5% to 3.55p each by 15:30. Qatar Chemical and Petrochemical Marketing and Distribution Company (Muntajat) will sell... 

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