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Kwatani

With over 15 000 units across 35 countries, Kwatani is the leading supplier of custom engineered and manufactured vibrating equipment to meet all feeding and screening requirements and customer footprints.   All its vibratory equipment is engineered and manufactured in-house at its 17 000 m2 heavy fabrication facility located in Johannesburg.  Kwatani is ISO 9001:2015 certified with all its designs subjected to Finite Element Analysis and rigorous testing in its in-house testing facility. Kwatani is a 43-year old,  51% black female owned and Level B-BBEE 1 accredited company.

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ACCC gives coal miners bargaining power

By: Esmarie Iannucci     Updated 5 hours ago The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has granted the New South Wales Minerals Council and ten coal producers in the region interim authorization to negotiate with Port of Newcastle Operations (PNO) on terms and conditions of access to the port for coal exports, including prices.... 

Eskom gearing up to run philosophy maintenance ‘as a project’ following Covid-19 hiatus 

By: Terence Creamer     1st April 2020 State-owned electricity producer Eskom is gearing up to implement philosophy maintenance as a centralised project across its unreliable coal fleet, where ongoing breakdowns have increased the risk of growth- and confidence-sapping load-shedding. The utility’s board has given its approval for the... 

ARM, Motsepe family play key roles in R1bn coronavirus pledge

By: Martin Creamer     28th March 2020 South Africa’s diversified black-controlled mining and minerals company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) and the Motsepe family on Saturday formed the key part of the partnership of companies and organisations that have pledged R1 billion to assist with the current coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic... 

Exxaro applies to continue supplying coal to Eskom

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th March 2020 JSE-listed coal miner Exxaro Resources has started implementing its Crisis Management Plan and Business Continuity Plan across the breadth of its business, which includes health and safety controls and preventive measures to curb the spread of Covid-19. This while the company motivated to the... 

Covid-19 to further weaken US coal demand in an already diminishing market

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th March 2020 US domestic demand for thermal coal will fall during the second quarter of the year as individual states shut down much of the industrial economy to try and stem the spread of Covid-19. This is according to Moody’s Investors Service, which states that, in broader terms, the global economy will... 

Transnet scales back to only essential services, operations

By: Simone Liedtke     27th March 2020 In line with government’s implementation of a three-week lockdown of the country to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus, State-owned entity Transnet will be scaling down its transportation services and operations of non-essential cargo during this period. After consultation with various... 

Universal abandons High Court action

By: Esmarie Iannucci     27th March 2020 South Africa-focused coal miner Universal Coal on Friday announced that it would discontinue its legal proceedings in the High Court of Justice of England and Wales in relation to an unsolicited from fellow-listed TerraCom, after the suitor announced that it had achieved just over 90% of the... 

Eskom postpones ‘philosophy maintenance’ as it shuts units in response to drop in demand 

By: Terence Creamer     27th March 2020 State-owned electricity producer Eskom has reported that demand dropped by more than 6 000 MW on the afternoon of March 26 as businesses shut in anticipation of the start of the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown. The utility also indicated that a further reduction in demand was anticipated for the... 

Lawyers question whether Nersa’s concurrence timeline truly reflects power-shortfall urgency 

By: Terence Creamer     24th March 2020 Project finance and energy specialists from a leading domestic law firm have questioned whether the timetable outlined by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) for providing its concurrence with two Ministerial determinations for new power generation “truly reflects the urgency of... 

Pennsylvania coal mines must shut down, governor orders

By: Bloomberg     20th March 2020 Coal miners including Consol Energy and Contura Energy must shutter their operations in Pennsylvania after the governor ordered “non-life-sustaining” businesses to close. The order took effect Thursday night, according to a statement from Governor Tom Wolf. Pennsylvania is the latest state to... 

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