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Kwatani

Proudly Level 2 B-BBEE, Kwatani is Africa’s leading OEM producing customized vibrating equipment. Our vibrating equipment guarantees high performance processing efficiency, continuous tonnage and cost reduction. Since 1976 Kwatani has supplied and serviced +16 000 vibrating units across commodities in +45 countries. We optimize your continuous production with tailored service packages from fully fledged service, maintenance or  cost per ton agreements, plant audits and on-site training.

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Would you have an unqualified planner planning your shutdown?

28th June 2022 Maintenance shutdowns are frequently required to carry out maintenance (and other) activities that can only be done while the process is offline. Maintenance shutdowns are costly to implement and require intensive planning. A solid plan ensures that quality work gets done within scope, budget and... 

Global growth for proven Multotec trommel screens

21st June 2022 The demand for trommel screens is picking up globally, contributing to the growing international footprint of South Africa-based minerals processing equipment specialist Multotec. According to Francois Fouche, vice-president of screen media at Multotec, the company’s reputation for quality,... 

Pilot Crushtec introduces new versatile scalping screen to the South African market

By: Simone Liedtke     9th June 2022 With a growing requirement to do more with less, contractors can now take advantage of industrial machinery company Metso Outotec’s Lokotrack ST2.3 scalping screen, the versatility of which enables contractors to adapt the machine and deliver their desired results on a variety of applications.... 

JSE recounts rousing tent-to-tech journey as Southern Palladium turns listing tide  

By: Martin Creamer     8th June 2022 The first in-person listing of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange since covid heard the African kudu horn serenade an opening bid of R6.90 a share for platinum group metals (PGMs) company Southern Palladium, which on Wednesday took its place on the JSE’s main board as a secondary listing under the... 

Local truck, bakkie markets highly competitive

By: Tracy Hancock     3rd June 2022 The local truck and bakkie accessory markets are highly competitive, with consumers “not spoiled for choice of brands”, says KwaZulu-Natal-based stainless steel and mild steel vehicle accessories manufacturer Maxe Premium Automotive Accessories, which lost two days of production because of... 

Dwyka gets its clients hands on technology to showcase capability

By: Donna Slater     24th May 2022 In its endeavours to “make tech tangible”, mining technology company Dwyka Mining Services hosted a mining technology showcase on May 18 to get clients and potential future clients physical hands-on technology to help them understand its capability and potential. Dwyka MD Jamie van Schoor says... 

Cameroon exploration progresses with Multotec pilot plant

20th May 2022 Exploring for heavy minerals in Cameroon, a multinational mining company is gaining valuable results and insights through the use of an on-site pilot plant from South Africa-based process equipment leader Multotec. The pilot plant was designed and assembled at Multotec’s extensive design,... 

UP Centre for Future of Work to produce publications, provide advisory services and training

By: Schalk Burger     17th May 2022 The Centre for the Future of Work (CFoW), launched by the University of Pretoria (UP) on May 17, will be Africa’s centre of excellence on the future of work, producing scientific and popular publications, advisory services and training, said CFoW director and UP Faculty of Economic and Management... 

John Deere Construction

13th May 2022 John Deere Construction is here, and we are excited to help you in your quest to build Africa. We offer a wide range of easy to service machines, aftermarket solutions and finance options. Our nationwide dealers are well trained to support our customers throughout the region.   Having started... 

Gold Fields’ South Deep to generate own solar at 8.5% of Eskom grid cost

By: Martin Creamer     10th May 2022 Gold Fields’ South Deep gold mine west of Johannesburg in Gauteng will be generating its own solar power at a mere 8.5% of the cost of power from the national grid. The JSE- and New York-listed company is also optimistic that it will be successful in augmenting the solar power generated with wind... 

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