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    Firm plans to deploy 400 natural-gas refuelling sites across SA

    Natural-gas distributor Delta Natural Gas (DNG) Energy is rolling out 400 natural gas refuelling sites across South Africa for the taxi and freight industries, which will provide an immediate cost reduction of 25% for these industries and reduce their …

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    Process equipment group sets up ‘supercenter’ in Mpumalanga

    Mining and cement equipment multinational FLSmidth is producing equipment for mines and processing plants globally at the newly upgraded Delmas Supercenter, including large vibrating screens and flotation components, as well as repairing and upgrading customer equipment. The upgrade improves productivity and stock availability, and reduces lead times for clients. The expansion, which increased the facility’s engineering capability to support local customers and boosted its global competitiveness, is aligned to the group’s aim to provide sustainable productivity enhancements that benefit its customers, says FLSmidth sub-Sharan Africa and Middle East manufacturing and warehousing director Stephan Kruger.

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    Firm plans to deploy 400 natural-gas refuelling sites across SA

    Natural-gas distributor Delta Natural Gas (DNG) Energy is rolling out 400 natural gas refuelling sites across South Africa for the taxi and freight industries, which will provide an immediate cost reduction of 25% for these industries and reduce their …

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    Process equipment group sets up ‘supercenter’ in Mpumalanga

    Mining and cement equipment multinational FLSmidth is producing equipment for mines and processing plants globally at the newly upgraded Delmas Supercenter, including large vibrating screens and flotation components, as well as repairing and upgrading customer equipment. The upgrade improves productivity and stock availability, and reduces lead times for clients. The expansion, which increased the facility’s engineering capability to support local customers and boosted its global competitiveness, is aligned to the group’s aim to provide sustainable productivity enhancements that benefit its customers, says FLSmidth sub-Sharan Africa and Middle East manufacturing and warehousing director Stephan Kruger.

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    New technologies to change supply chain operating models, says Gartner

    New technologies, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, can potentially and significantly disrupt existing supply chain operating models, information technology research and advisory multinational Gartner VP analyst Chr…

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    New technologies to change supply chain operating models, says Gartner

    New technologies, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, can potentially and significantly disrupt existing supply chain operating models, information technology research and advisory multinational Gartner VP analyst Chr…

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    Polymers can improve load-bearing, structural elements of roads

    Local polymer road solution company Romix has developed products that improve the performance of load-bearing and wear layers of roads while reducing the costs of construction and the impact on the environment, says Romix Africa MD Vijian Naidoo. “Our soil-fix product is used in a liquid form during the construction of the bearing courses of roads. The product penetrates and binds the soil, replacing aggregate layers. We have also developed a wearing-course product that is used above the bearing layer to improve wear resistance.”

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    More accurate data being used as industrial environments become more connected

    Industrial enterprise resource specialist company Syspro says data will become more consistent and accurate as more machines and business systems are connected, which will also lead to greater volumes of data. This will necessitate that companies analyse this stream of data intelligently, as well eliminate noise and focus on the value in the data, says Syspro Africa regional product manager Deirdré Fryer.

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    Call made for fundamental changes to way societies manage chemicals

    While manufactured chemicals have helped to improve human health, food security, productivity and quality of life worldwide, sound management and innovations in chemistry are essential for sustainable development. This was the central message of UN Environment acting executive director and assistant secretary-general Joyce Msuya when the issue came under the spotlight last month at the fourth assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), held in Nairobi, Kenya. The gathering emphasised the need for a transition to a “more circular global economy, in which goods can be reused or repurposed and kept in circulation for as long as possible”, contributing to sustainable consumption and production.

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    More accurate data being used as industrial environments become more connected

    Industrial enterprise resource specialist company Syspro says data will become more consistent and accurate as more machines and business systems are connected, which will also lead to greater volumes of data. This will necessitate that companies analyse this stream of data intelligently, as well eliminate noise and focus on the value in the data, says Syspro Africa regional product manager Deirdré Fryer.

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