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Enviro laws add to smelter-ech industry's challenges

11th February 2005 Johannesburg-based smelting technology and equipment specialist Pyromet Technologies is a world leader in the design and construction of ferroalloy furnaces. 

Firm looks back at twenty years of immense success

11th February 2005 Pyromet celebrated its 20th birthday in December last year. On the eve of this important occasion, which will be celebrated by the company in February, Pyromet founder and chairperson David Pheiffer looks back over the important milestones that the company has reached and tells Engineering News... 

Furnace maker broadens its focus to embrace smaller projects

11th February 2005 Pyromet Technologies is currently celebrating its 20th birthday. In line with this occasion, Pyromet Technologies CEO David Kovarsky tells Engineering News in an exclusive interview that Pyromet, which is the leader in the field of submerged arc furnaces, is in a strong position in the South... 

Cooling-tower maker's 'local is lekker' input-material stance

11th February 2005 Cooling equipment company Evapco supplies Pyromet Technologies mainly with closed-circuit cooling towers for the cooling of the furnaces that Pyromet designs and builds. 

Transvaal Abrasives

28th January 2005 Supplier of abrasives, air tools and general tooling, Transvaal Abrasives is reportedly the largest 3M industrial abrasives distributor in Gauteng. 

Forklift distributor's china jubilee

12th November 2004 Local forklift distributor and service provider to the industry Toyota Forklift reaches an important milestone this month: it celebrates its 20th anniversary in South Africa. 

Firm has lion's share of forklift market

12th November 2004 Saficon Industrial Equipment, which trades as Toyota Forklift, celebrates 20 years of materials handling expertise as the market leader in South Africa, with a 40% market share. 

Acquisition extends company's product range

22nd October 2004 Local bearings manufacturer SKF South Africa turns 90 this year. On the eve of this important milestone, MD Rob MacKenzie and GM for reliability systems in sub-Saharan Africa Ray Mullen tell Engineering News of the ways in which the company has diversified its portfolio to supply its customers... 

New factory to provide a wider seal variety

22nd October 2004 Up until 1990, bearing manufacturer SKF South Africa had limited access to seals. However, in 1990, it acquired Chicago Rawhide, which is one of the leading seal brands in the world. 

Project demonstrated broadened abilities

22nd October 2004 In March 2003, Sappi Tugela awarded SKF South Africa with a R5,5-million contract, which formed part of a R250-million project, to assist in the upgrade of the paper machine Four (PM4). 

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