Corporate Affairs

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    Level playing field key to moving industry forward

    Transformation should be a top priority among the issues that need to be addressed in manufacturing for the aviation industry, says maintenance solutions provider Dynamic Aerotech technical operation and research director Mulalo Neluheni.

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    Equipment reduces dust in bulk materials handling

    Materials handling equipment specialist BLT WORLD’s Samson travelling Eco-Hoppers have an effective dust control system that minimises the escape of dust during the grab discharge cycle in bulk materials handling.

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    Company underlines lithium-ion forklift battery benefits for warehouses

    Local industrial lithium-ion battery distributor CHASE Technologies GM Brent Frazer explains that the company’s lithium-ion phosphate (LiFePO4) battery packs for forklifts present a more cost-effective, maintenance-free and environment-friendly option for forklift users. These battery packs provide a reliable power source when compared to the older, traditional lead acid battery option in forklifts used in materials handling for warehouses.

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    Covid-19 lops R1bn off Imperial’s operating profit

    Imperial lost an estimated R4-billion in revenue and R1-billion in operating profit during the peak lockdown period of March to May, says Imperial CEO Mohammed Akoojee. Despite this, the group still managed to report a 5% increase in continuing revenue for the financial year ended June 30 to R46.4-billion, but with continuing operating profit declining by 40% to R1.5-billion.

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    Initiative plans to accelerate tech amid industry decline

    The Aerospace Industry Support Initiative (AISI) plans to continue building technology strategies with industry for long-term implementation amid the industry’s decline of late.

    “The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been extremely severe on the aerospace industry, owing to the lockdown on air travel and tourism,” Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) director of aerospace and defence, industrial competitiveness and growth Nokwanda Fipaza says.

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    Real-time data essential in FMCG market

    With the Covid-19 pandemic having led to a change in buying patterns, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) value chain solutions provider MACmobile MD Andrew Dawson suggests that the FMCG industry will have to use intelligent digital technology data to curb the negative impact this could have on the sector. “The change in buying patterns will have a lasting impact on the industry, which will begin to reveal itself in the next six to twelve months. What could additionally heighten this impact for many companies is the lack of historical data about the kind of economic impact the pandemic could have.”

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    Association laments sector decline

    The aerospace manufacturing sector is in a “freefall” and there does not appear to be any parachute in sight, says industry body Commercial Aerospace Manufacturing Association of South Africa (Camasa) co-chairperson Themba September.

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    Industry’s wings seemingly clipped

    South Africa’s economy is hanging by a thread and this has presented massive challenges for the local aerospace industry, says aircraft design organisation Aerodesigns Africa director Murray Spoelstra.

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    Level playing field key to moving industry forward

    Transformation should be a top priority among the issues that need to be addressed in manufacturing for the aviation industry, says maintenance solutions provider Dynamic Aerotech technical operation and research director Mulalo Neluheni.

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    Equipment reduces dust in bulk materials handling

    Materials handling equipment specialist BLT WORLD’s Samson travelling Eco-Hoppers have an effective dust control system that minimises the escape of dust during the grab discharge cycle in bulk materials handling.

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