0 COMMENTSPanama's economy accelerated in September, as strength in the mining and construction sectors made up for slow traffic through the Central American nation's trademark canal and ports. Economic activity rose 8.15% in September compared to the same...
27th November 2013
0 COMMENTSThe production of a new range of Gravico-branded aftermarket attachments for surface mining equipment is expected to start this month, after officially being launched onto the Southern African market last month.
15th November 2013
OIL & GAS
0 COMMENTSCanada’s largest oil and gas transport company Enbridge posted profit gains in the third quarter ended September 30, with strong demand from Canadian oil producers to move their products south to the US encouraging the company to implement its...
By: Henry Lazenby
6th November 2013
0 COMMENTSEnvironmental and process technology firm Enprotec is designing a turnkey 60 t/h ultra-fine coal processing solution for Jindal Africa, the African subsidiary of India-based steelmaker Jindal Steel and Power, for the recovery of ultra-fine coking...
18th October 2013
0 COMMENTSThe mining industry is a particularly tough environment for bearings applications, as bearings tend to wear easily, but by applying bearing coatings, such as the Durotect antiwear and reduced-friction protection coating, bearing life span is...
By: Zandile Mavuso
11th October 2013
0 COMMENTSThe first shipment of 18 1-km-long steel cord conveyor belts, which will be used to construct the coal transportation system for Sasol Mining’s Impumelelo colliery, in Secunda, Mpumalanga, was delivered to the Port of Durban on September 16.
11th October 2013
MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
0 COMMENTSCrushing and screening equipment supplier Pilot Crushtec launched a fleet of seven new products that are new to South Africa at the inaugural bauma Africa trade fair, which was held from September 18 to 21, at the Gallagher Convention Centre, in...
4th October 2013
0 COMMENTSAir charter solutions provider Chapman Freeborn is raising the profile of its specialist on-board courier division, following the successful global expansion of the service last year, Chapman Freeborn Africa MD Iain Clark tells Mining Weekly....
By: Ilan Solomons
27th September 2013
0 COMMENTSPressure instrumentation specialist Blanes Pressure Solutions’ reports that its soon-to-be-launched South African-manufactured inline pressure sensor is 30% more cost effective than similar imported versions.
27th September 2013
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