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Metric Automotive Engineering’s facilities have the ability to refurbish large diesel engine components. Services offered include cylinder head remanufacture, cylinder block line boring, milling, honing and boring, camshaft grinding, crankshaft grinding, engine assembly and dynamometer testing.

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Steps being taken to improve manganese export logistics – ARM 

By: Martin Creamer     4th March 2021 Steps involving the use of two ports rather than one, longer trains and increased rail wagon payload are being studied to improve the logistics surrounding the export from South Africa of manganese ore. State-owned rail enterprise Transnet has put on hold the capital expansion plan centred on the... 

Altus receives 10m shares in Canyon Resources

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     12th February 2021 Mining royalty company Altus Strategies has received ten-million fully paid ordinary shares in ASX-listed Canyon Resources, with a current market value of £640 000. This is the final tranche of shares to be issued to Altus in accordance with a previously announced joint venture (JV) termination... 

Transnet pilots reefer trains to ease road congestion in Cape town

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th February 2021 To bring about much-needed relief on roads and move goods more efficiently to the ports, Transnet’s Cape Town Container Terminal has piloted an inland operation that will see the haulage of reefer containers from Belcon Inland Terminal, in Bellville, to the port. The collaboration between... 

Raubex

29th January 2021 Firmly entrenched as an Africa-based diversified heavy engineering company, Raubex Group continues to excel as a world-class player in the heavy construction sector, with a focus on infrastructure development. Founded by industry legend Koos Raubenheimer in 1974, the company has a proud record of... 

Export speed-up projects in spotlight at Richards Bay Coal Terminal  

By: Martin Creamer     28th January 2021 South Africa’s Richards Bay Coal Terminal is going all out to raise its export efficiency in a bid to counter ship queuing. With the R1.34-billion worth of stacker reclaimers and shiploaders provided in 2018 putting in solid performances, RBCT has now turned to debottlenecking conveyor projects... 

Geraldton port gets export boost

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th December 2020 An additional two-million tonnes of exports have been secured for the Geraldton port over the next two years, after the Mid West Ports Authority, has signed port services agreements with three resources companies set to export from Geraldton for the first time. Fenix Resources will export... 

Rockcliff unveils PEA for Tower and Rail project

By: Mariaan Webb     14th December 2020 Canadian exploration and development company Rockcliff Metals has announced the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Tower and Rail project, in the Snow Lake area of central Manitoba. The PEA envisions developing the Tower deposit in parallel with the refurbishment of the... 

ArcelorMittal celebrates the 60th anniversary of its railway in Quebec’s North Shore

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th December 2020 The 420-km railway linking ArcelorMittal Mont-Wright mine to its facilities in Port-Cartier, in Quebec, remains a strategic link, shipping more than 25-million tonnes of iron-ore to international markets. Celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the railway on Thursday, ArcelorMittal... 

Australian miner expects robust demand for steel next year

By: Reuters     9th December 2020 Australia's Fortescue Metals Group expects iron-ore demand to be strong next year thanks to a solid Chinese steel market and post-pandemic recoveries in other countries, a senior company executive said on Wednesday. Iron ore prices soared this month towards $150 a tonne due to ongoing supply... 

Green hydrogen, exploration offer best opportunities for South Africa’s mining sector 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     18th November 2020 There are a myriad of opportunities that the mining industry can capitalise on, and the Covid-19 pandemic has provided a major catalyst for the collaboration required to unlock it, speakers said during a mining-focused session at the South African Investment Conference on November 17. Hydrogen... 

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