Corporate Affairs

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    Saboa event discusses national industry, creates brand awareness

    Industry association the Southern African Bus Operators Association (Saboa) hosted its annual conference and exhibition on July 31 and August 1, during which exhibitors promoted new innovations and technologies, and networked with fleet operators and e…

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    Vibrating-equipment supplier cites stable demand from food sector

    The food industry’s demand for the equipment and services of vibration equipment manufacturer Vipro Vibrating Products is stable, with the industry focused on maintaining its existing equipment to achieve the longest possible operating life. “Demand is neither at an all-time high, as we are not working on any new projects, nor is it the lowest it has ever been, as we are still receiving orders from our existing client base and consultants to the industry,” says Vipro international sales and marketing manager Pieter Uys, noting that the food industry makes up a notable percentage of the company’s business.

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    Alternative methods for emissions control created

    Owing to stringent emission regulations regarding the quality of fuel supplied in South Africa, diesel and alternative fuel engines supplier Cummins South Africa offers engine after-treatment in conjunction with Euro 5 emission engines used in trucks a…

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    Benefits of quality-specified concrete being recognised

    Years of effort by the South African Readymix Association (Sarma) to spread awareness about the importance of quality-specified concrete are finally bearing fruit, as it is starting to reach local-government level, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. Co…

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    Mobile connectivity growing in logistics facilities

    The prevalence of mobile connectivity in logistics facilities, such as warehouses and distribution centres, is expected to increase as traceability and control become automated and integral functions of supply chains, says information and communication technology company Ruckus Networks sub-Saharan Africa sales director Riaan Graham. “Logistics and distribution chains and warehouses are becoming more automated and seamless with less human intervention. WiFi and radio-frequency tags fit well into the growing need for mobility and ease of connectivity to provide visibility and facilitate data exchange throughout a distribution centre.”

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    Sarma accreditation mitigates lack of concrete laws

    Accreditation as a South African Readymix Association (Sarma) member can mitigate many of the challenges associated with the lack of laws and specification governing the production of quality concrete, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. “It’s significant to get accreditation because there is no law. The Sarma member that gets accreditation is a company that wants to follow the rules and be held to a standard.”

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    Event creates platform for transport service providers

    Automotive corporation and Southern African Bus Operators Association (Saboa) member Daimler Trucks and Buses Southern Africa (DTBSA) exhibited and displayed its retail marketing campaign at the Saboa Conference and Exhibition that was held on July 31 …

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    Saboa event discusses national industry, creates brand awareness

    Industry association the Southern African Bus Operators Association (Saboa) hosted its annual conference and exhibition on July 31 and August 1, during which exhibitors promoted new innovations and technologies, and networked with fleet operators and e…

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    Vibrating-equipment supplier cites stable demand from food sector

    The food industry’s demand for the equipment and services of vibration equipment manufacturer Vipro Vibrating Products is stable, with the industry focused on maintaining its existing equipment to achieve the longest possible operating life. “Demand is neither at an all-time high, as we are not working on any new projects, nor is it the lowest it has ever been, as we are still receiving orders from our existing client base and consultants to the industry,” says Vipro international sales and marketing manager Pieter Uys, noting that the food industry makes up a notable percentage of the company’s business.

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    Alternative methods for emissions control created

    Owing to stringent emission regulations regarding the quality of fuel supplied in South Africa, diesel and alternative fuel engines supplier Cummins South Africa offers engine after-treatment in conjunction with Euro 5 emission engines used in trucks a…

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