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Bell Equipment extends excavator range, Kobelco partnership

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     6th July 2018 South African earthmoving equipment manufacturer and supplier Bell Equipment is expanding its partnership with Japanese excavator specialist Kobelco Construction Machinery (Kobelco) with a range of three mini excavator models and three larger models launched in April. Bell is the exclusive... 

Bell Equipment enters tipper truck market with Kamaz partnership

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     22nd June 2018 South African materials handling equipment supplier Bell Equipment has entered the Southern Africa tipper truck market through a partnership with Russian heavy duty truck manufacturer Kamaz. The new partnership was celebrated at bauma CONEXPO AFRICA 2018, held in March, in Johannesburg, where the... 

Big names in construction, earthmoving equipment headed for Hillhead 2018

By: Shannon de Ryhove     15th June 2018 Later this month, construction solutions company Tarmac’s Hillhead quarry, near Buxton, in Derbyshire, UK, will again host the world’s biggest working quarry exhibition. Some 525 UK and overseas companies have booked exhibition space at Hillhead 2018, which means this year’s event will be 10%... 

Osisko Mining unveils maiden resource estimate for Windfall Lake

By: Henry Lazenby     15th May 2018 Mine developer Osisko Mining has published the first resource estimate for its fully-owned Windfall Lake project, in Quebec’s Abitibi greenstone belt, outlining about 2.8-million gold ounces in the inferred category above the 3 g/t cutoff. Toronto-headquartered Osisko advised in a press release... 

Biodiesel not an affordable solution for SA mines

By: Paige Müller     23rd February 2018 Biodiesel currently does not present as a more affordable energy alternative for the local mining industry, says Sandton-based energy product supplier InnoFES MD Alexander Grobler. He says that, while many renewable-energy product producers and suppliers boast of the benefits of biodiesel... 

Canadian federal agency rejects NGO complaint regarding KSM project permitting process

By: Henry Lazenby     21st November 2017 A Canadian federal agency has rejected a request for review (RfR) by nongovernmental organisation (NGO) the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council (SEACC) of the permitting process regarding Seabridge Gold’s Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell (KSM) project, in British Columbia. The Canadian National Contact... 

It’s a sell out!

22nd March 2016 Demand for the 2016 event has been buoyant with every square metre now allocated, including a new outdoor area at the southern end of the site and an extended Registration Pavilion.   More than 460 exhibitors will attend, with all the major industry players returning as well as some exciting new... 

South Africa more than just the recipient of investments, says Davies

By: African News Agency      8th July 2015 The handover of a 40 t dump truck to a Russian company at the seventh Brics summit in Ufa illustrated South Africa’s ability to do more than simply receive investments, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Wednesday. “We are not just potential recipients of investments but we are also... 

Hauling away bigger profits with more efficient trucks and excavators

26th June 2015 Infrastructure plays a key role in economic growth while the lack of infrastructure reduces productivity and hinders business competitiveness. According to PWC, physical infrastructure is one of the most frequently cited barriers to entry and economic growth in Africa. This was highlighted in its... 

From pit to profit: New technologies and trends in earth moving equipment

26th June 2015 “With a relatively buoyant outlook, and a number of economies across the continent experiencing some of the fastest and highest growth in the world, it is no wonder that current investment in infrastructure is so significant and growing. This is very good news for earth moving equipment companies... 

Strikes hit Bell FY 2014 earnings

By: Natasha Odendaal     16th March 2015 JSE-listed Bell Equipment on Monday posted plunging earnings on the back of the continuing weakness and unpredictability of the resource-based economy and the delayed impact of protracted strikes and labour unrest. In addition to the “extremely challenging” global and local environments marred by... 

Bell Equipment to restructure, improve efficiency

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd December 2014 The share price of JSE-listed Bell Equipment fell by 5.65% on Wednesday morning after the heavy equipment manufacturer announced that it was planning to restructure the business to improve operating efficiencies and ensure the group’s long-term competitiveness and sustainability. In a statement... 

Bell sees drop in profit, production in 2012, but believes 2013 will be better

By: Irma Venter     19th March 2013 Construction and mining equipment group Bell on Tuesday reported a 12% increase in revenue to R5.67-billion, up from the previous year’s R5-billion. Profit for the year, at R242.9-million, was, however, down from 2011’s R296.8-million. Bell said in a statement that 2012 had proved to be a mixed... 

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