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    Cornubia bridge opened to traffic

    The new Cornubia bridge that crosses over the N2 to uMhlanga, in KwaZulu-Natal, has been partially opened to traffic, says construction design and engineering services provider Royal HaskoningDHV project engineer Brian Downie.

    The project was a joint …

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    E Cape project to be completed in July 2019

    The Qiti bridge forms part of a roads safety upgrade project that is expected to be complete in July next year. The project’s purpose is to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety, says global multidisciplinary management, engineering and development consultancy Hatch professional engineer Peter Henderson.

    Hatch was appointed by the South African National Roads Agency for the design and supervision of the project. He notes that the Qiti bridge project, in the Eastern Cape, forms part of a larger project that includes the construction of three other bridges.

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    N12 bridges expected to open in February 2019

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has identified two bridges on the N12 outside Hopetown, in the Northern Cape, that are being widened and improved, thereby increasing their life span, and the bridges are expected be opened to tr…

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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space recently announced, in Australia, that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy, with an average operating ceiling of 21 km (70 000 ft).

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    E Cape project to be completed in July 2019

    The Qiti bridge forms part of a roads safety upgrade project that is expected to be complete in July next year. The project’s purpose is to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety, says global multidisciplinary management, engineering and development consultancy Hatch professional engineer Peter Henderson.

    Hatch was appointed by the South African National Roads Agency for the design and supervision of the project. He notes that the Qiti bridge project, in the Eastern Cape, forms part of a larger project that includes the construction of three other bridges.

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    N12 bridges expected to open in February 2019

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has identified two bridges on the N12 outside Hopetown, in the Northern Cape, that are being widened and improved, thereby increasing their life span, and the bridges are expected be opened to tr…

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    Cornubia bridge opened to traffic

    The new Cornubia bridge that crosses over the N2 to uMhlanga, in KwaZulu-Natal, has been partially opened to traffic, says construction design and engineering services provider Royal HaskoningDHV project engineer Brian Downie.

    The project was a joint …

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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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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space recently announced, in Australia, that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy, with an average operating ceiling of 21 km (70 000 ft).

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