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    PRASA demands outstanding debt from Autopax

    Autopax must pay its outstanding debt by August 15, or the bus service will be refused access to the train stations operated by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). PRASA operates the Metrorail commuter rail and Shosholoza Meyl long-dista…

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    US transportation chief asks new FAA head to review agency in wake of 737 MAX crashes

    US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said on Monday she has asked the new head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to assess the agency’s performance in the wake of two fatal crashes of Boeing Co’s 737 MAX planes since October. Chao, who administered the oath of office to new FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines executive, at an event in Washington, said Dickson’s arrival “is an important opportunity to take stock of how well the FAA is doing in carrying out its critical safety functions.”

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    US transportation chief asks new FAA head to review agency in wake of 737 MAX crashes

    US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said on Monday she has asked the new head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to assess the agency’s performance in the wake of two fatal crashes of Boeing Co’s 737 MAX planes since October. Chao, who administered the oath of office to new FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines executive, at an event in Washington, said Dickson’s arrival “is an important opportunity to take stock of how well the FAA is doing in carrying out its critical safety functions.”

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    US transportation chief asks new FAA head to review agency in wake of 737 MAX crashes

    US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said on Monday she has asked the new head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to assess the agency’s performance in the wake of two fatal crashes of Boeing Co’s 737 MAX planes since October. Chao, who administered the oath of office to new FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines executive, at an event in Washington, said Dickson’s arrival “is an important opportunity to take stock of how well the FAA is doing in carrying out its critical safety functions.”

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    Grindrod receives first of two new ultramax drybulk carriers

    Nasdaq- and JSE-listed maritime transportation services provider Grindrod Shipping has taken delivery of the first of two new ultramax “eco” drybulk carriers that will operate under its Island View Shipping (IVS) brand.

    The group took delivery of IVS Okudogo on Thursday and expects to take delivery of IVS Prestwick next month.

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    Grindrod receives first of two new ultramax drybulk carriers

    Nasdaq- and JSE-listed maritime transportation services provider Grindrod Shipping has taken delivery of the first of two new ultramax “eco” drybulk carriers that will operate under its Island View Shipping (IVS) brand.

    The group took delivery of IVS Okudogo on Thursday and expects to take delivery of IVS Prestwick next month.

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    Agriculture sector driven to spend more upfront on innovation

    Amid current economic pressure, high energy costs and power grid uncertainty, the agriculture sector in South Africa is starting to favour higher capital expenditure on advanced technology because of the resulting long-term reductions in operating costs, says drive engineering company SEW-Eurodrive sales manager Willem Strydom. “There have been mixed feelings about the higher cost for new technology, but this is shifting as the long-term savings benefits become clearer,” he tells Engineering News.

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    Agriculture sector driven to spend more upfront on innovation

    Amid current economic pressure, high energy costs and power grid uncertainty, the agriculture sector in South Africa is starting to favour higher capital expenditure on advanced technology because of the resulting long-term reductions in operating costs, says drive engineering company SEW-Eurodrive sales manager Willem Strydom. “There have been mixed feelings about the higher cost for new technology, but this is shifting as the long-term savings benefits become clearer,” he tells Engineering News.

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    PRASA war room to be operational next week

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) War Room will be fully operational from August 12, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula promised on Thursday. In officiating the launch of the war room, which was based in Johannesburg, he explained that it was a physical space that would enable those deployed to the war room to make rapid decisions based on the information they gather from the operations on the ground, on an hourly basis.

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    PRASA war room to be operational next week

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) War Room will be fully operational from August 12, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula promised on Thursday. In officiating the launch of the war room, which was based in Johannesburg, he explained that it was a physical space that would enable those deployed to the war room to make rapid decisions based on the information they gather from the operations on the ground, on an hourly basis.

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