Corporate Affairs

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    EVs present economic and sustainability opportunities for SA

    Electric vehicles present economic and sustainability benefits for South Africa by offsetting fossil fuel imports and improving air quality, while providing potential storage and grid balancing benefits as the use of renewable energy grows, says electric vehicle and smart mobility company Generation.e CEO Ben Pullen. The ranges of modern electric vehicles are typically 250 km to 550 km, which are suitable for most commuters’ daily needs. Maintenance and operating costs are typically lower than those of internal combustion engine vehicles and, while the retail costs of electric vehicles are typically higher than those using internal combustion engines, many are showing strong resale values.

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    Virginia project to stimulate local gas economy

    Alternative fuels investment firm Renergen’s Tetra4 Virginia natural gas project, in the Free State, will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2021, with a Phase 2 expansion being planned. Tetra4 is a natural gas and helium company, which Renergen acquired 90% of in December 2015.

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    Initiative promotes a unified air transport market in Africa

    The full implementation of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) by all countries in Africa could reap “enormous economic benefits”, says law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. SAATM was launched last year with the aim of developing air services and harmonising associated regulations in Africa and stimulating the flow of private capital in the industry.

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    Friction welding tech ideal for industry

    Welding supply store ESAB’s SuperStir stir welding technology, which is based on friction rather than heat, is pertinent in aerospace applications, says welding product supplier Unique Welding marketing and product development manager Nicole Black. Unique Welding is an official partner and local distributor of ESAB welding products.  

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    EVs present economic and sustainability opportunities for SA

    Electric vehicles present economic and sustainability benefits for South Africa by offsetting fossil fuel imports and improving air quality, while providing potential storage and grid balancing benefits as the use of renewable energy grows, says electric vehicle and smart mobility company Generation.e CEO Ben Pullen. The ranges of modern electric vehicles are typically 250 km to 550 km, which are suitable for most commuters’ daily needs. Maintenance and operating costs are typically lower than those of internal combustion engine vehicles and, while the retail costs of electric vehicles are typically higher than those using internal combustion engines, many are showing strong resale values.

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    Virginia project to stimulate local gas economy

    Alternative fuels investment firm Renergen’s Tetra4 Virginia natural gas project, in the Free State, will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2021, with a Phase 2 expansion being planned. Tetra4 is a natural gas and helium company, which Renergen acquired 90% of in December 2015.

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    Initiative promotes a unified air transport market in Africa

    The full implementation of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) by all countries in Africa could reap “enormous economic benefits”, says law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. SAATM was launched last year with the aim of developing air services and harmonising associated regulations in Africa and stimulating the flow of private capital in the industry.

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    Friction welding tech ideal for industry

    Welding supply store ESAB’s SuperStir stir welding technology, which is based on friction rather than heat, is pertinent in aerospace applications, says welding product supplier Unique Welding marketing and product development manager Nicole Black. Unique Welding is an official partner and local distributor of ESAB welding products.  

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    Ctrack Logistics Barometer shows encouraging upward momentum

    Vehicle tracking and telematics provider, Ctrack, has joined forces with economists.co.za to create the Ctrack Logistics Barometer. The Ctrack Logistics Barometer aims to be an accurate co-incident indicator of the state of the South African economy, particularly in terms of the goods economy, explains economists.co.za’s Mike Schüssler.

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    Ctrack Logistics Barometer shows encouraging upward momentum

    Vehicle tracking and telematics provider, Ctrack, has joined forces with economists.co.za to create the Ctrack Logistics Barometer. The Ctrack Logistics Barometer aims to be an accurate co-incident indicator of the state of the South African economy, particularly in terms of the goods economy, explains economists.co.za’s Mike Schüssler.

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