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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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Govt speeding up plans to designate Sedibeng as SEZ

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     15th October 2021 Trade, Industry and Competition Deputy Minister Fikile Majola says government is working "with great speed" towards designating the whole of Sedibeng into a special economic zone (SEZ) to be named the Vaal SEZ. Majola was speaking at the Sedibeng Investment Conference, hosted in Vanderbijlpark,... 

Tribunal approves Sandvik SRP’s acquisition of Kwatani Global

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     15th October 2021 The Competition Tribunal has approved the large merger whereby K2021544474 (South Africa), to be renamed Sandvik SRP, intends to acquire Kwatani Global. The tribunal has approved the transaction with conditions relating to broad-based black economic empowerment shareholding. 

Hydrogen fuel cell has inexhaustible future, says Fortescue’s Andrew Forrest 

By: Martin Creamer     15th October 2021 The hydrogen fuel cell has an inexhaustible future as a means of maintaining the planet’s high standard of living, said Fortescue Metals Group chairperson Andrew Forrest during a global online symposium this week. “Our little planet’s cooking, the world’s impatient and there’s any amount of... 

Seifsa tables final three-year above-inflation wage offer in an effort to end strike

By: Schalk Burger     15th October 2021 Industry employer organisation the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) has made a final wage offer to workers' unions in an effort to bring an end to the nine-day strike in the metals and engineering sector. The offer is for the lowest-paid employees to receive... 

Asia’s coal mining revival doesn’t mean the energy crisis is over

By: Bloomberg     15th October 2021 A crunch on coal production from key hubs in China and India is beginning to ease, but that won’t be enough to halt Asia’s energy crisis. Major industries in the region, including steelmakers to chemical producers, are expected to continue to face power disruptions through the winter, as fuel... 

BHP and POSCO look at green steel

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th October 2021 Major BHP has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Korean steel giant POSCO to jointly explore greenhouse gas emissions reduction technologies in integrated steelmaking. As part of the MoU, the parties intend to undertake pilot and plant trials to lower carbon in the steelmaking... 

Steel demand expected to return to pre-pandemic levels this year

By: Schalk Burger     15th October 2021 This year has seen a stronger-than-expected recovery in steel demand, leading to upward revisions in the World Steel Association's (worldsteel's) forecast across the board except for China. "Owing to this vigorous recovery, global steel demand outside China is expected to return to its... 

South African building industry in line for more State support

By: Bloomberg     15th October 2021 South Africa’s government is planning more measures to bolster its ailing building industry after banning the use of imported cement on state construction projects. “Government is undertaking research across a range of construction-related products where there appears to be significant potential... 

Fastening systems used at solar plants

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     15th October 2021 Industrial equipment supplier Actum Group has recently supplied its Ball-Lok cable ties for installation of cable management solutions at one of the largest solar plants in South Africa. 

Reservior awaits commissioning

By: Darren Parker     15th October 2021 A 25 Mℓ reservoir on Dann road in Glen Marais, Kempton Park, in Gauteng, has still not been commissioned, despite being completed in November 2018 at a cost of about R48-million. Almost three years after construction was completed, the reservoir remains empty and unused. 

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