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As an expert in worldwide air and sea freight logistics, the business segment DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics stands for global, integrated and efficient supply chain solutions worldwide.

We move piece goods and consolidated freight on behalf of our worldwide customers from industry and trade. Our locations of operation cover the worldwide distribution and procurement markets of our customers. That means: We are always on-site where our clients need us. 3,965 employees internationally at 196 locations of DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics are on duty to serve you. DACHSER offers value-added service: Our goal is to measurably and sustainably optimize our customers' value chain and the logistics balance sheet with a seamlessly functioning supply chain.

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Focus turns to nonexplosives-based rock breaking as quest for safer, more-efficient mining intensifies

By: Dylan Slater     21st September 2018 The South African mining industry, once the backbone of economic growth, intensive job creation and development, is declining constantly, owing to the slow rates of research and development into newer, safer, modernised, mechanised and continuous mining methods. A key pillar of improving mining... 

Africa needs to invest in fuel cell technology

By: Donald Makhafola     21st September 2018 Countries are recognising the value and future impact that fuel cells and hydrogen technologies will provide. Now is the time for Africa to join this global movement and invest in the fuel cell future, says Washington-based global advocacy organisation Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association... 

DRA to conduct feasibility study for Guinea graphite project

By: Schalk Burger     19th September 2018 Engineering services multinational DRA has been appointed to conduct the feasibility study for Canada-based Guinea-focused mining company SRG’s Lola graphite project, in Guinea. DRA said in a statement on Wednesday that the project will be executed through the DRA Met-Chem office, in Montreal,... 

CNN-flighted advert projecting huge growth for platinum-using fuel cells

By: Martin Creamer     18th September 2018 French company Air Liquide, a member of the Davos-launched Hydrogen Council that includes platinum-mining company Anglo American, is currently flighting an advertisement on the global television network CNN, which forecasts exceptional growth for the hydrogen and fuel cell market. Quoting the... 

Saldanha port’s iron-ore facility to shut for maintenance from Sept 26

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th September 2018 Transnet Port Terminal’s (TPT’s) Saldanha iron-ore plant will shut down from September 26, as part of its yearly maintenance plan across mechanical, electrical and structural works. TPT Cape Channel GM Velile Dube states that maintenance is a critical necessity at this stage, since the facility... 

Moz rail, port project stimulated by heavy mineral sands development

By: Rebecca Campbell     14th September 2018 The Mozambican daily newspaper “Notícias” has reported that the proposed Chongoene Logistics Corridor project, which would benefit the heavy mineral sands project at Chibuto in the country’s Gaza province, is now being investigated by a partnership that includes the China Railways International... 

Zest WEG Group achieves Level 1 BBBEE status

By: Simone Liedtke     12th September 2018 Motors and controls manufacturer WEG’s subsidiary, Zest WEG Group, on Wednesday announced that it has achieved Level 1 status under the Broad-Based Black Economic-Empowerment (BBBEE) Codes of Good Practice. The achievement follows just over a year after Zest WEG reached Level 2 status, in... 

SBS Tanks 

12th September 2018 The SBS® range of tanks has been engineered, designed and developed from over 20 years practical experience in the water storage industry and continues to improve from strength to strength. SBS® Water Systems (Pty) Ltd is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO18001:2007 accredited. The company is also proudly... 

Dachser 

12th September 2018 As one of the global leaders in the logistics industry, DACHSER has successfully proven for decades that a family-owned company can achieve much with committed employees and innovative thinking. The foundation for this corporate thinking and acting rests on the initiative of the founder, Thomas... 

South Africa's iron-ore railway to be shut down for annual maintenance

By: Reuters     12th September 2018 The main railway line along South Africa's iron-ore corridor will be shut down for annual maintenance from September 26 to October 2, State-owned freight logistics firm Transnet said on Wednesday. The railway line that stretches up to 861 km (534 miles) from iron-ore mines at Sishen in the... 

Netstar introduces mine fleet safety solution

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th September 2018 Telecommunications and information technology company Allied Electronics Corporation’s Netstar subsidiary has developed a unique and fully compliant solution that helps mitigate accidents in mine fleets. “Ensuring safe working conditions for the mining sector is a challenge, particularly when... 

New Century starts slurry movement

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th September 2018 Based metals miner New Century Resources has started pumping zinc concentrate along the slurry pipeline to its port facility in Karumba. The company on Tuesday said that the operation of the slurry pipeline was another important milestone for New Century, with the saleable zinc concentrate... 

Afrox achieves double-digit HEPS growth amid subdued economic environment 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th September 2018 Despite low economic growth in the six months to June 30, JSE-listed African Oxygen (Afrox) achieved double-digit growth in its headline earnings per share (HEPS) to 104c, representing an increase of 11.5% from the HEPS of 93.3c recorded for the six months to June 30, 2017. Referring to the... 

Manganese takes pole position in ARM’s earnings surge

By: Martin Creamer     10th September 2018 Manganese formed the backbone of the earnings performance of diversified mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) in the 12 months to June 30, delivering 64% of the headline earnings, at R1.9-billion, and helping the company move into a strong net cash position by recording the best margin.... 

Strutfast is the cable specialist on Africa’s mines

7th September 2018 Cable management solutions specialist Strutfast has become the recognised African cable management brand for the mining sector having successfully supplied its solutions to hundreds of mining projects across the African continent. “Strutfast has developed an enviable international reputation for... 

Mozambique confirms priority for new coal-carrying railway

By: Rebecca Campbell     7th September 2018 The strengthening of the railway infrastructure to carry coal from the inland Tete province to the sea, for export, is one of the top priorities for next year for Mozambique’s Ministry of Transport and Communications. This was affirmed by Transport and Communications Vice Minister Manuela Rebelo... 

SA-developed SHEQ management system simplifies complex tasks

6th September 2018 Software development company Umbani Software is returning to Electra Mining Africa with its established software solutions, as well as new features to its flagship safety, health, environment and quality (SHEQ) integration system, says the Gauteng-based organisation’s CEO, Tim Horn. 

Bell reports strong H1 results, remains bullish on South African market

By: Nadine James     31st August 2018 JSE-listed Bell Equipment achieved a 6% year-on-year increase in revenue to R3.7-billion for the six months to June 30. Headline earnings a share increased by 10% to 131c and an interim dividend of 20c was declared. 

Industrial clothing maker develops women’s mining range

31st August 2018 For almost 25 years, industrial clothing manufacturer JAVLIN has been designing and manufacturing workwear to withstand the demands of Africa’s toughest workplaces. In line with this, the company has developed a women’s clothing and footwear range specifically for the mining industry. “The range... 

Grindrod reports strong recovery in interim earnings

By: Marleny Arnoldi     31st August 2018 Freight and financial services group Grindrod has achieved a strong year-on-year recovery in the six months to June 30, with its earnings a share having increased to 317c, compared with a loss a share of 11.5c in the first half of 2017. Headline earnings a share were 3.8c, compared with a... 

Monarques to idle Beaufor in Quebec

By: Mariaan Webb     31st August 2018 The Beaufor gold mine, near Val-d’Or, Quebec, will be temporarily suspended on December 14 and placed on care-and-maintenance, TSX-V-listed Monarques Gold announced on Thursday, citing persistent weakness in the gold price and lower-than-expected grades. As a result, the workforce will be cut to... 

Railway constraints take their toll on India’s captive thermal power plants

By: Ajoy K Das     30th August 2018 Captive thermal power plants in India are facing coal supply shortages, as a result of constraints in the availability of railway wagons to transport the coal. Not officially acknowledging any shortage of coal and instead blaming distribution bottlenecks for the supply challenges, the country’s... 

Bulk sampling programme gets under way at Nayega manganese project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th August 2018 Aim-listed Keras Resources has started Phase 1 of its 10 000 t bulk sampling testwork programme, at its Nayega manganese project, in northern Togo. Carriere Mines Travaux Public was appointed as mining and logistics contractor, which has established the testwork site and started the mining... 

Master Drilling mulling year-end dividend, launching blast-free borer

By: Martin Creamer     28th August 2018 Innovative drilling technologies company Master Drilling, which will next month launch a new blast-free mobile tunnel boring machine that is expected to have a far-reaching beneficial impact on mining, on Tuesday reported satisfactory results for the six months ended June 30. The Johannesburg... 

GAIL to hire out gas pipeline capacity to avoid company break-up

By: Ajoy K Das     27th August 2018 State-run natural gas logistics and marketing major GAIL India will start hiring capacity on its vast pipeline network to third-party gas transporters in a bid to prevent government’s plans to break up the company. Under the new business plan, GAIL will offer common carriers the option of hiring... 

Tshipi Borwa operations suspended following pit wall failure

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th August 2018 The Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has served a Section 54 notice on ASX-listed Jupiter Mines’ Tshipi Borwa manganese mine, in South Africa’s Kalahari manganese field, to temporarily suspend operations. The notice was reportedly issued owing to a recent pit wall failure and drilling and... 

Vale remains committed to Moz, despite continued losses at Moatize

By: Rebecca Campbell     24th August 2018 Despite continuing to make a loss, coal-miner Vale Moçambique will continue to make major investments in its assets in Mozambique. This assurance was given at a mid-month press conference in Maputo by the company’s Board Chairman Márcio Godoy. These assets are the Moatize coal mine in Tete... 

GAIL plans core, noncore diversification

By: Ajoy K Das     23rd August 2018 India’s State-owned natural gas marketer and infrastructure provider, GAIL India, is seeking to diversify into ‘core’ and ‘noncore’ business verticals that extend from solar power generation and electric vehicle charging stations to water transportation pipelines. The natural gas logistics major... 

John Ratcliffe displays wide range of products at Electra Mining

23rd August 2018 Since 1973, filtration and safety equipment supplier John Ratcliffe has focused on providing clients with a range of quality filtration, exhaust and safety equipment. Some of these products will be exhibited at this year’s Electra Mining Africa trade show and include the HJS sintered-metal... 

Five themes for five days of Electra Mining Africa

23rd August 2018 The stage is set and organisers and attendees alike are gearing up for the start of this year’s mining and industry extravaganza, which will see more than 900 exhibitors converge on Johannesburg in September. 

Study initiated to assess conversion of Kelvin power station from coal to gas

By: Terence Creamer     21st August 2018 A $1.3-million feasibility study has been initiated into the prospect of converting the coal-fired Kelvin power station, east of Johannesburg, into a 450 MW to 600 MW gas-fired power station. The study will also assess the potential for developing the Kelvin site into a gas distribution hub for... 

Keras advances testwork at Togo manganese project

By: Anine Kilian     15th August 2018 Aim-listed Keras Resources has made a number of appointments to advance the 10 000 t bulk sampling metallurgical test work programme at the Nayega manganese project, in northern Togo. Keras has appointed Graham Stacey as project manager, Carriere Mines Travaux Public (CMTP) as the turnkey mining... 

Increased exploration spend boosts services demand

By: Donald Makhafola     10th August 2018 Mining activities and the number of exploration projects in Australia have been steadily increasing since 2017, and this has, subsequently, resulted in an increased demand for South African airborne geophysics technology provider Spectrem Air’s services, says Spectrem Air GM Louis Polomé.... 

Greenfield exploration essential to Australia

By: Donald Makhafola     10th August 2018 Greenfield exploration expenditure in Australia has declined in absolute terms and as a share of total exploration expenditure over the past decade; this must be reversed to attract greater mining investment and continue receiving the economic benefits derived from mining, says association for... 

Sustainability beyond the “factory door”

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Sustainable business practices are no longer a nice to have, but a vital component of strategy that drives organisational longevity, market share and bottom-line performance. For the most part, responsible organisations have adopted environmentally friendly practices into their everyday... 

Indian private thermal power plants critical of CIL e-auctions

By: Ajoy K Das     8th August 2018 India’s independent power producers (IPPs) have flayed State-run Coal India Limited’s (CIL) move to push higher sales through e-auctions forcing thermal power plants without fuel linkages to resort to high cost dry fuel imports. However, simultaneously, the Power Ministry has asked all thermal... 

Haulage starts at Altura's mine

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th August 2018 First lithium concentrate from ASX-listed Altura Mining’s lithium mine has been hauled to Port Hedland, ahead of first shipments. “MD James Brown said on Wednesday that the start of haulage was another important step for the company. 

Updated study increases Frieda River mine life, production forecast

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th August 2018 The Frieda River copper/gold project, in Papua New Guinea, could produce more copper and gold over a longer period than previously thought, ASX-listed Highlands Pacific reported on Monday. Highlands, which owns a 20% interest in the joint venture (JV) project, told shareholders that partner... 

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