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    Manufacturer looks forward to Capsa 2019

    Manufacturer of hot and cold asphalt Actop Asphalt regards the Conference on Asphalt Pavements for Southern Africa (Capsa) – of which the company is a sponsor – as an opportunity to show its capabilities as a high-quality asphalt producer. “Considering that Capsa only happens once every four years, it is a great opportunity to engage with a network of people, owing to the asphalt industry being quite small in South Africa, with very few role-players,” says Actop Asphalt MD Francois Kemp.

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    Association provides technical guidelines for bituminous material

    The Southern African Bitumen Association (Sabita) produces technical guidelines with regard to the use and application of bituminous material that are regularly updated with the most appropriate information available globally. “The association also engages with all players in the industry on road related matters to enable the exchange of this information, with the objective of assisting all involved in the industry to provide the best roads possible for Southern Africa,” Sabita CEO Saied Solomons notes.

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    Manufacturer looks forward to Capsa 2019

    Manufacturer of hot and cold asphalt Actop Asphalt regards the Conference on Asphalt Pavements for Southern Africa (Capsa) – of which the company is a sponsor – as an opportunity to show its capabilities as a high-quality asphalt producer. “Considering that Capsa only happens once every four years, it is a great opportunity to engage with a network of people, owing to the asphalt industry being quite small in South Africa, with very few role-players,” says Actop Asphalt MD Francois Kemp.

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    Association provides technical guidelines for bituminous material

    The Southern African Bitumen Association (Sabita) produces technical guidelines with regard to the use and application of bituminous material that are regularly updated with the most appropriate information available globally. “The association also engages with all players in the industry on road related matters to enable the exchange of this information, with the objective of assisting all involved in the industry to provide the best roads possible for Southern Africa,” Sabita CEO Saied Solomons notes.

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    Africa’s first high-speed train line fully operational

    The Al Boraq high-speed train line, which links the cities of Tangier and Casablanca, in Morocco, is fully operational. Railway infrastructure constructor Colas Rail, a subsidiary of construction  company the Colas Group, built a 182 km/s electrified double track between Tangier and Kenitra. “This new railway infrastructure allows for a maximum operational speed of 320 km/h and leads to a two-and-a-half-hour gain between Tangiers and Casablanca,” says Colas Rail Africa business development director Frédéric Priest.

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    Industry body welcomes infrastructure spend decision

    Industry body Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) welcomes the decision by government to allocate about R100-billon as seed funding for infrastructure development. “The organisation would like to appeal to government to use competent capacity at municipal level, by leveraging the partnerships offered by the industry to ensure that the money that has been allocated will translate into meaningful spend on infrastructure,” says Cesa CEO Chris Campbell.

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    Industry body welcomes infrastructure spend decision

    Industry body Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) welcomes the decision by government to allocate about R100-billon as seed funding for infrastructure development. “The organisation would like to appeal to government to use competent capacity at municipal level, by leveraging the partnerships offered by the industry to ensure that the money that has been allocated will translate into meaningful spend on infrastructure,” says Cesa CEO Chris Campbell.

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    Africa’s first high-speed train line fully operational

    The Al Boraq high-speed train line, which links the cities of Tangier and Casablanca, in Morocco, is fully operational. Railway infrastructure constructor Colas Rail, a subsidiary of construction  company the Colas Group, built a 182 km/s electrified double track between Tangier and Kenitra. “This new railway infrastructure allows for a maximum operational speed of 320 km/h and leads to a two-and-a-half-hour gain between Tangiers and Casablanca,” says Colas Rail Africa business development director Frédéric Priest.

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    Logistics company invests in facilities

    Logistics company Bidvest Panalpina Logistics (BPL) has implemented several large-scale infrastructure development plans at its KwaZulu-Natal-based operations. This includes building a new state-of-the-art chemicals and general cargo warehouse in Moben…

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    Logistics company invests in facilities

    Logistics company Bidvest Panalpina Logistics (BPL) has implemented several large-scale infrastructure development plans at its KwaZulu-Natal-based operations. This includes building a new state-of-the-art chemicals and general cargo warehouse in Moben…

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