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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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Applied Mineral Technologies

16th July 2019 Established in 2001, South African materials handling systems and processing plants construction company Applied Mineral Technologies (Amtec) has come a long way from being a consultancy to a fully fledged industrial construction company. Amtec specialises in civil, structural, mechanical, piping... 

People are dying from pollution in South Africa 

By: Bloomberg     27th June 2019 In Pullens Hope, your eyes itch and your nose clogs. It’s easy to figure out why. On the right side of the main street of the dilapidated village east of Johannesburg is a fenced-off electricity substation with a red sign warning of pollutants. On the left, a power plant belches emissions from... 

For first time ever, renewables surpass coal in US power mix

By: Bloomberg     26th June 2019 For the clearest sign yet that renewable energy has gone mainstream, consider this: Clean energy resources supplied more of America’s electricity than coal for the first time ever in April. Hydropower dams, solar panels and wind turbines generated almost 68.5-million megawatt-hours of power in... 

Massive solar-storage project is planned for the Nevada desert

By: Bloomberg     26th June 2019 NV Energy, the Nevada utility owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, agreed to buy power from three massive solar farms equipped with big batteries in the Nevada desert. The projects mark one of the the biggest expansions of solar and storage ever proposed in the US Combined, they’ll... 

Exxaro says Eskom woes to hit coal production

By: Reuters     26th June 2019 Exxaro Resources expects its coal production to fall by 5% by volume in the first half of 2019, mainly due to reduced demand from struggling state-owned power utility Eskom, it said on Wednesday. It added it expects domestic coal demand and pricing to remain stable for the remainder of the year,... 

Australia's mining future unleashed as AIMEX Conference is announced

26th June 2019 Technological advancements, workforce changes, community collaborations and environmental challenges are just some of the concepts that will be grappled with when the future of Australia's mining industry is unleashed at Australia's largest and longest running mining exhibition and conference in... 

Using proximity detection technology in mining safety training

26th June 2019 While underground mines are unquestionably safer than they once were, accidents and injuries associated with mobile machinery remain a primary concern. 

Indonesia regulatory changes to bring more uncertainty to coal sector

By: Reuters     26th June 2019 Indonesian coal miners said upcoming regulatory changes are putting added pressure on their businesses amid depressed prices and rising competition from other energy sources. The Indonesian government is in the process of amending coal mining rules to enforce implementation of a 2009 mineral law... 

Defining the heavy-haul railway of the future

26th June 2019 Heavy-haul railways are under constant pressure to optimise operational efficiency, a factor that has led the sector to spearhead many new technologies. Michael Roney, special advisor to the International Heavy Haul Association (IHHA), explains in this article, originally published in the... 

Australia’s mining future unleashed as AIMEX conference is announced

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th June 2019 Technological advancements, workforce changes, community collaborations and environmental challenges are just some of the concepts that will be grappled with when the future of Australia's mining industry is unleashed at Australia's largest and longest running mining exhibition and conference in... 

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