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Macsteel

Macsteel has a rich legacy that spans 116 years.  Over this time, we have proudly become Africa's leading manufacturer, merchandiser and distributor of steel and value-added steel products with an extensive product portfolio, stockholding and robust infrastructure.  Our technical competencies and our continuous improvement initiatives have ratified our status as the pre-eminent supplier of steel products on the continent. The foundation of Macsteel now focuses on six primary pillars, with Macsteel Trading incorporating four business divisions under one pillar.  The 6 primary pillars operate through a strategic network of over 40 service centres, branches and warehouses. This enables us to provide customers exceptional levels of personalised services through the entire steel supply chain.
 

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Adili Metal Trading

24th September 2021 Whilst our business may be new, our leaders and management have been in the industry for over 45 years. We’ve seen, been leaders of and experienced the ins and outs of the local and global metallurgical industry. Translated from Swahili, Adili means ethical and just. Morality and order. These... 

New valve manufactured for tailings pipelines

By: Halima Frost     24th September 2021 Although South African company Dynamic Fluid Control (DFC) has only soft launched its new slurry knife gate high-pressure valve, the SKG-HP, it has been well received by clients. The clients intend to use the valve in highly corrosive applications such as moving tailings from a processing plant... 

Airbus announces flight demonstrator project for new technology wing

By: Rebecca Campbell     23rd September 2021 Europe-based global major aerospace group Airbus announced on Wednesday that it had initiated a project to flight test what it described as an “extra-performing wing”. The platform for these tests will be a modified Cessna Citation VII business jet, which will be used to integrate and fly... 

Red 5 halfway there at King of the Hills

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th August 2021 Gold miner Red 5 has reached the 50% completion milestone at its King of the Hills gold project, in Western Australia. The ASX-listed company said on Tues that first gold at the 2.4-million ounce operation was still on schedule for the June quarter of 2022, with the project remaining within... 

Various services available to sugar mills

16th July 2021 Engineering components company BMG is working closely with KwaZulu-Natal’s sugar mill engineers in the industry’s off-crop period to refurbish and replace worn components in preparation for high productivity in the upcoming season. Original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Dorstener brand gearboxes... 

India gives aluminium battery a chance to take on lithium in EVs

By: Bloomberg     5th July 2021 A drive to reduce dependence on imported materials and technology, especially from China, is pushing India to invest in a battery technology that uses aluminum rather than lithium as the key ingredient. Indian Oil, the nation’s largest oil refiner, has teamed up with startup Phinergy to develop... 

New excavator suited to local mines

By: Halima Frost     2nd July 2021 Construction equipment supplier HPE Africa says its new crawler excavator series is suited to earthmoving applications in South Africa’s mining and construction environments.  The R210 Smart Plus crawler excavator series was introduced to HPE Africa’s portfolio in May, with advanced design... 

Company secures local fabrication contract

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     1st July 2021 Foundry and engineering company Thos Begbie is ordering a bill of materials to begin fabrication for a contract that it secured in October 2020, under the leadership of Thos Begbie sales engineer Ethienne Erasmus. The contract is set for completion by June 2021. The company was invited to... 

SANEDI study looks into residential power use inefficiencies

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th June 2021 The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) has published a study on residential energy use, which suggests that, by improving energy efficiency in this sector, it can reduce evening peak demand. During peak periods, the residential sector accounts for up to 35% of national... 

Scientists report that the planet Venus may still be geologically active

By: Rebecca Campbell     22nd June 2021 Scientists at North Carolina State University (NCSU) in the US have reported that they have found evidence of tectonic motion in the crust – also called the lithosphere – of the planet Venus. Tectonics refers to the large-scale movement of rocks, originally in the Earth’s crust or lithosphere. On... 

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