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    PRASA closes Pretoria station for 40 days for maintenance

    If you take a train from Metrorail’s Bosman station in Pretoria as part of your commute to work, you’ll need to consider other modes of transport. The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) will be carrying out maintenance at the station, comple…

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    PRASA closes Pretoria station for 40 days for maintenance

    If you take a train from Metrorail’s Bosman station in Pretoria as part of your commute to work, you’ll need to consider other modes of transport. The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) will be carrying out maintenance at the station, comple…

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    Air cargo revenue to increase by 5% in 2019, despite trade friction

    Air cargo revenue is expected to increase by about 5% to $116-billion in 2019, despite potential escalations in the US-China trade war and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, International Air Transport Association (Iata) chief economist Brian Pearce told attendees of the Iata Cargo Day, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Thursday. He explained that Brexit – if it happens – would impact on the UK’s business confidence and cause volatility is the currency, regardless of whether it is a ‘deal’ or a ‘no deal’ scenario.

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    Air cargo revenue to increase by 5% in 2019, despite trade friction

    Air cargo revenue is expected to increase by about 5% to $116-billion in 2019, despite potential escalations in the US-China trade war and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, International Air Transport Association (Iata) chief economist Brian Pearce told attendees of the Iata Cargo Day, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Thursday. He explained that Brexit – if it happens – would impact on the UK’s business confidence and cause volatility is the currency, regardless of whether it is a ‘deal’ or a ‘no deal’ scenario.

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    SACAA suspends CemAir’s air operator certificates

    CemAir can no longer operate as an airline or air operator or fly any of its 21 aircraft, following a decision by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) to suspend two of the airline’s air operator certificates (AOCs). The suspension became effective at around 15:30 on December 13.

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    SACAA suspends CemAir’s air operator certificates

    CemAir can no longer operate as an airline or air operator or fly any of its 21 aircraft, following a decision by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) to suspend two of the airline’s air operator certificates (AOCs). The suspension became effective at around 15:30 on December 13.

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    Sandton Central introduces sensory pedestrian crossing traffic signal

    Sandton Central Management District has introduced new initiatives at Sandton Central, that of traffic signals that improve streets for pedestrians, including those with impaired vision, and all other road users. Working closely with the Johannesburg R…

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    Sandton Central introduces sensory pedestrian crossing traffic signal

    Sandton Central Management District has introduced new initiatives at Sandton Central, that of traffic signals that improve streets for pedestrians, including those with impaired vision, and all other road users. Working closely with the Johannesburg R…

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    Electric trucking no silver bullet, but pace of development picking up

    Perusing the floor of the 67th IAA commercial vehicle fair, held in Hannover, Germany, in September, it was clear that the electric truck (ET) is not just a passing fancy. Yes, the so-called electric revolution may not happen in the next year, and not yet for long-distance, heavy-duty deliveries, but judging by the number of electric models that were parked on the stands of 95% of the many truck brands present at the German show, it won’t be long before the current tentative first steps evolve into larger-scale commercial sales, especially in sectors such as short-trip urban logistics and refuse removal.

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    Education at forefront for materials handling institute

    The committee of the South African Institute of Materials Handling (SAIMH) aims to reverse the trend of constantly declining institute membership by actively running training workshops and lectures to educate members and people that are new to the industry about the industry. According to SAIMH chairperson Adi Frittella, the institute had about 500 individual members and about 50 corporate members in the early 2000s, when it encompassed all disciplines within the sphere of ‘materials handling’, compared with 66 individual memberships and 11 corporate members currently.

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