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Colas
Colas
29th October 2019

Construction Materials Upstream from its construction and maintenance business, Colas operates in the production, distribution, sales and recycling of construction materials (emulsions, modified... 


South African LPG entering a new era
18th October 2019 By: Creamer Media Reporter

For some time now, the benefits of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to South Africa – lightening the load on a strained national electricity grid, reducing energy poverty and improving the health and... 


Fluor Launches Virta
Fluor Launches Virta
17th October 2019 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Fluor– Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) recently announced the launch of Virta Inc. (Virta), a fully-owned subsidiary of Fluor Enterprises, Inc. “Virta is aligned with Fluor’s strategy that focuses on... 


Total joins forces with Adani in India
14th October 2019 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Global energy player Total will partner with Indian major Adani to develop the Indian natural gas market. Total will purchase 37.4% shares in Adani Gas through a tender offer to public... 


Leading bus company makes case for greater State support  as urbanisation accelerates
Leading bus company makes case for greater State support as urbanisation accelerates
11th October 2019 By: Irma Venter

It would probably be fair to say that Golden Arrow Bus Services (GABS) has seen the best and worst the South African transport industry has to offer. The company this year celebrates its 158th... 


Small ships are next big thing for this $150bn market
9th October 2019 By: Bloomberg

Giant ocean-going tankers built the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry into a $150-billion-a-year business. The next expansion opportunity may come from ships a seventh of the normal size.... 


OPEN AND SHUT CASE 
The pump panels were assembled, wired and packaged in seven days
Panel systems order fast-tracked for Zimbabwe delivery
4th October 2019 By: Darren Parker

Local industrial component supplier ElectroMechanica delivered pre-assembled irrigation pump panel systems for use in agricultural applications last month. The panels are scheduled for installation... 


South Africa approaching gas supply cliff edge, industrial users warn
4th October 2019 By: Terence Creamer

The Industrial Gas Users Association of Southern Africa (IGUA-SA) warns that South Africa is in the midst of a gas supply crunch, which will worsen dramatically from 2025 onwards in line with... 


South Africa approaching gas supply cliff edge, industrial users warn
South Africa approaching gas supply cliff edge, industrial users warn
18th September 2019 By: Terence Creamer

The Industrial Gas Users Association of Southern Africa (IGUA-SA) warned on Wednesday that South Africa is in the midst of a gas supply crunch, which will worsen dramatically from 2025 onwards in... 


Freight challenges create import-export difficulties
13th September 2019 By: Theresa Bhowan-Rajah

South Africa is facing many challenges, but those in freight logistics are among the most serious, says industry association South African Association of Freight Forwarders national maritime... 


Providing the human touch to machines
30th August 2019 By: Creamer Media Reporter

While South Africa is preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), international organisations are already bracing for Industry 5.0. This fifth wave of industrial innovation will... 


Resource infrastructure for projects
26th August 2019 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Worley, a leading global provider of professional project and asset services to the energy, chemicals and resources industries, has a long history of delivering infrastructure solutions for its... 


ANDREW PRATLEY
The company’s focus will be on research and development and exploring new markets
Pratley looking to grow exports into rest of Africa
23rd August 2019 By: Schalk Burger

Industrial products and adhesives manufacturer Pratley has realised sustained demand for its products during difficult economic times and is exploring growing its exports, says Pratley manager... 


Cape Town airport to receive multibillion-rand boost over next five years
Cape Town airport to receive multibillion-rand boost over next five years
16th August 2019 By: Irma Venter

The Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) is set to receive an estimated R7.5-billion capital investment over the next five years. By 2024, CTIA will boast a new, realigned runway, as well as... 


Tech provider upgrades control at Mozal Aluminium
9th August 2019

Industrial automation and information technology provider Rockwell Automation has migrated the control systems at mining and metals company South32’s Mozal Aluminium project’s furnace assembly and... 


SHIPLOADING
A mobile shiploader, combined with the benefits of a receiving unit, offers a more viable alternative to fixed conveyor installations
Harbours increase efficiency with handling equipment
2nd August 2019

Investment in the latest dry-bulk cargo and container handling equipment significantly improves efficiencies at ports and terminals and minimises the environmental impact of handling operations,... 


Transnet chief business development officer Gert de Beer and IFC regional manager for infrastructure and natural resources Marcel Bruhwiler
Transnet and IFC team up in effort to catalyse Richards Bay LNG PPP
23rd July 2019 By: Terence Creamer

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has made a $2-million cost-sharing commitment to support the completion, by Transnet, of a feasibility study into the development of a liquefied natural... 


Brits inland terminal moved 100 000 t of chrome in June
22nd July 2019 By: Marleny Arnoldi

State-owned Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT’s) Pendoring inland terminal, in Brits, exceeded its monthly average throughput, moving 100 000 t of chrome, in June. TPT said in a statement on Monday... 


Project entered for Cesa award
19th July 2019 By: Jessica Oosthuizen

Multidisciplinary engineering company Bosch Projects has entered one of its recently completed projects for the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) Aon Engineering Excellence awards, which... 


Tshipi Borwa mine, South Africa
Tshipi Borwa mine, South Africa
5th July 2019 By: Sheila Barradas

A manganese mine located in the Kalahari Manganese Field, in South Africa’s Northern Cape province. 


Tenas coal project, Canada
Tenas coal project, Canada
21st June 2019 By: Sheila Barradas

Allegiance Coal will raise A$2.6-million through a share placement to fund its working capital requirements at its Tenas metallurgical coal project.  


ITUMELENG MUKHOVHA
Mining companies are increasing the use of automation, robots and operational software to overcome stagnant growth
Digital transformation in mining, metals sector poised to generate $425bn over next ten years
14th June 2019 By: Schalk Burger

Mining is transforming rapidly worldwide and becoming more automated, with the mining automation market expected to be worth $3.29-billion by 2023. Digital transformation initiatives in the mining... 


Richards Bay storage facility to bolster reliability of LPG supply
Richards Bay storage facility to bolster reliability of LPG supply
31st May 2019 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

Bulk liquid storage operator Bidvest Tank Terminals’ (BTT’s) R1-billion mounded liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage facility in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, is set to house the largest tanks in... 


Justin Trudeau
Even Trudeau’s Canada, gripped in carbon fight, won’t ditch coal
10th May 2019 By: Bloomberg

Set against lush hills, deep inlets and snow-kissed mountain peaks, Vancouver is the wellspring of Canadian environmentalism—and the heart of its climate dilemma. British Columbia’s premier city... 


Tenas coal project, Canada
Tenas coal project, Canada
3rd May 2019 By: Sheila Barradas

A definitive feasibility study has reinforced the potential of the Telkwa metallurgical coal complex, with excellent results from the Tenas project highlighting an extremely robust project. 


MALCOLM HARTWELL
Severe pressure on global shipping and trade markets has resulted in a significant decline in the commodity exports that South Africa relies on so heavily and in imported manufactured goods
Economy impacts negatively on harbour infrastructure and dredging
29th March 2019 By: Mamaili Mamaila

The economic situation and reduced demand for port facilities have led to a general reduction in investment in harbour infrastructure and dredging, says global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright... 


India’s Shipping Ministry unveils guidelines of LNG FSRU at all major ports
15th March 2019 By: Ajoy K Das

India’s Shipping Ministry has drawn up guidelines for setting up floating storage regasification units (FSRU) for liquefied natural gas (LNG) at all major ports in the country. The new guidelines... 


TOP OF THE PILE
Wheel loaders help maintain order in the stockpiles
Supply chain solutions offered to coal sector
15th March 2019

Supply chain solutions provider Makoya Group has celebrated a successful five-year relationship with heavy equipment supplier HPE Africa, the sole distributor of Hyundai construction equipment in... 


Logistics a weak link in South Africa’s coal value chain
Logistics a weak link in South Africa’s coal value chain
1st February 2019 By: Tracy Hancock

There needs to be greater impetus on improving the infrastructure that transports coal for domestic use and for export in South Africa. One way of doing so is by dealing with the overuse of road... 


Logistics a weak link in South Africa’s coal value chain
Logistics a weak link in South Africa’s coal value chain
1st February 2019 By: Tracy Hancock

There needs to be greater impetus on improving the infrastructure that transports coal for domestic use and for export in South Africa. One way of doing so is by dealing with the overuse of road... 


India working on policy for FSRU LNG terminals at all major ports
6th December 2018 By: Ajoy K Das

The Indian government will frame a policy to facilitate the construction of floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals at every major port in the country.... 


ELB Engineering Services brings disruptive communication technology to Africa
6th December 2018 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Driven by the need to ensure Africa remains competitive in a fast-changing, digitally transforming world, ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB) has taken a giant leap forward in executing its... 


ELB Engineering Services secures regulatory approval to sell Kymeta™ KyWay™ u7 satellite antenna terminals in South Africa
6th December 2018 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Kymeta Corp., a leading provider of the world's first electronically-steered, flat-panel satellite terminal for high-throughput, mobile communications, is looking to expand its international sales... 


New pan-African trade bloc holds much promise for SA business
New pan-African trade bloc holds much promise for SA business
16th November 2018 By: Rebecca Campbell

From March 17 to March 21 this year, African Heads of State and Government held an Extraordinary Summit in Kigali, Rwanda. This was the 10th Extraordinary Summit of the African Union (AU) Assembly... 


Woodside CEO on east coast gas solutions
14th November 2018 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Australian energy producer Woodside Petroleum has called on Australia’s eastern state governments to revisit their policies in the face of the looming energy crisis. Woodside CEO Peter Coleman... 


Tau Morwe
Transnet veteran Morwe steps in as acting CEO for next six months
6th November 2018 By: Terence Creamer

Freight logistics group Transnet has appointed Tau Morwe as acting CEO for the six-month period from November 1, 2018, to April 30, 2019. The appointment has been approved by Public Enterprises... 


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