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Tyre firm seeks to further penetrate the African market

6th April 2012 Beltyre Africa, the Belshina tyre distributor for Africa, states it is vigorously aiming to market its product range into the African market, this year. 

Firm reports African hose bend milestone

10th February 2012 Slurry equipment solutions provider Weir Minerals Africa has just dispatched the biggest hose bend manufactured on the African continent — a 1 000 nominal bore (NB) hose weighing 1.4 t to a customer in Australia, and is currently working on an enquiry for an even bigger unit of 1 100 NB. 

German firm unveils upgraded maintenance management system

28th October 2011 Metallurgical plant and machine construction company SMS Siemag, in Germany, has introduced the upgraded integrated maintenance management system (IMMS) to the global market. 

R130m materials handling contract under way

23rd September 2011 Diversified engineering group Sandvik Materials Handling is working on a contract to provide Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) with a 2 500-t/h-capacity ship loader to be located at the Port of Richards Bay.  

Materials handling plant commissioned

23rd September 2011 Mining and mineral processing equipment provider Manhattan Corporation has commissioned a materials handling plant for one of iron-ore mining giants, in Thabazimbi. 

Significant contracts on schedule

23rd September 2011 Materials handling company Clyde Bergemann Africa (CBZ) says it has made significant progress on State power utility Eskom’s Medupi and Kusile power station contracts. 

Company moving 60 000 t/m of magnetite

23rd September 2011 Materials handling equipment provider Richard’s Rentals says it is currently involved with a contract for the loading and hauling of 60 000 t/m of magnetite for a steel manufacturer, in Mpumalanga. 

Materials handling contracts under way

23rd September 2011 Conveyor equipment manufacturing company Melco says it is nearing the end of a contract to supply conveyor materials for State-owned power utility’s Medupi power station and diversified miner Exxaro’s Grootegeluk coal mine expansion project, in Lephalale, Limpopo. 

Mine safety technology installed

9th September 2011 South African developer of process and manufacturing software solutions ApplyIT has commissioned its computerised permit-to-work system, IntelliPERMIT, at gold miner Newmont Mining Corporation’s mine, Newmont Boddington Gold, in Australia.  

Monitoring system gains momentum

9th September 2011 Slope stability and subsurface measurement service provider GroundProbe says its work area monitor (WAM) system has captured the interest of the South African openpit-mining industry. 

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