Corporate Affairs

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    Unions slam SAA route cancellations, warn of ‘devastating’ impact on jobs

    Two key unions at flag carrier South African Airways have slammed plans by the airline’s business rescue practitioners to cancel a number of routes to save costs. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association said in a joint statement, “This will have a devastating impact on workers and their families because it effectively means that SAA in KZN, PE, Durban and East London will be closed down and workers will be retrenched.”

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    Rocky political climate hinders conveyor industry growth

    The “turmoil” of South African politics has engendered a decline in investment currently and doubt over possible future investment in the mining industry, Conveyor Manufacturers Association of South Africa (CMASA) chairperson Jay Pillay tells Engineering News. Typically, mine expansions, new mines and port terminal developments require large materials handling and conveyor components. The constrained economy has meant that there have been very few new systems required in the past few years, and the CMASA has seen fewer projects being awarded locally.

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    Excavation and loading fleet adds new machines

    Mining contractor WEGO Africa added another SANY SY500 excavator to its pre-existing fleet of four, in addition to acquiring two new SANY SY956 front-end loaders, at the end of last year. The new equipment was transported by road from Johannesburg, in Gauteng, to an iron-ore and manganese mine in Kathu, in the Northern Cape. The orders were placed through heavy equipment supplier Goscor Earth-Moving’s (GEM’s) multi-franchise branch, GEM Kathu, which supplies SANY excavators and front-end loaders to the Northern Cape mining industry.

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    Automated solution supplied to OEM

    Drive engineering and automation company SEW-Eurodrive has supplied its highly configurable HandlingKinematics to a local original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) of concrete brick, block and paving machinery for use in a greenfield plant in East London, …

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    New forklift models for South African market

    Local forklift and compressor distributor Avir is introducing four new Chinese JAC forklift models to South Africa this year. One of these new models is a special edition 3 t forklift for loading and offloading in steep-gradient conditions.

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    Telematics company introduces live streaming

    Fleet and asset management solutions company MiX Telematics has added a live streaming service to its MiX Vision solution. The streaming service enables fleet managers to live-stream footage from up to eight cameras simultaneously using MiX Fleet Manager – MiX Telematics’ online software solution – with the benefit of improving driver safety and compliance in real-time.

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    Airbus reaches legal settlements to end bribery and compliance probes

    Europe-based major aerospace group Airbus has issued a brief press release, concerning its negotiations with regulators and law enforcement agencies in three countries. The release stated in full:

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    Rocky political climate hinders conveyor industry growth

    The “turmoil” of South African politics has engendered a decline in investment currently and doubt over possible future investment in the mining industry, Conveyor Manufacturers Association of South Africa (CMASA) chairperson Jay Pillay tells Engineering News. Typically, mine expansions, new mines and port terminal developments require large materials handling and conveyor components. The constrained economy has meant that there have been very few new systems required in the past few years, and the CMASA has seen fewer projects being awarded locally.

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    Excavation and loading fleet adds new machines

    Mining contractor WEGO Africa added another SANY SY500 excavator to its pre-existing fleet of four, in addition to acquiring two new SANY SY956 front-end loaders, at the end of last year. The new equipment was transported by road from Johannesburg, in Gauteng, to an iron-ore and manganese mine in Kathu, in the Northern Cape. The orders were placed through heavy equipment supplier Goscor Earth-Moving’s (GEM’s) multi-franchise branch, GEM Kathu, which supplies SANY excavators and front-end loaders to the Northern Cape mining industry.

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    Automated solution supplied to OEM

    Drive engineering and automation company SEW-Eurodrive has supplied its highly configurable HandlingKinematics to a local original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) of concrete brick, block and paving machinery for use in a greenfield plant in East London, …

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