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    Turkish Airlines launches a new route to Durban’s King Shaka International airport

    Turkish Airlines on Thursday launched its third South African route, an inaugural route into Durban’s King Shaka International Aiport, the province’s treasury said. The airline – Turkey’s national flag carrier – launched its first flight on Thursday from Durban, travelling to Istanbul.

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    Turkish Airlines launches a new route to Durban’s King Shaka International airport

    Turkish Airlines on Thursday launched its third South African route, an inaugural route into Durban’s King Shaka International Aiport, the province’s treasury said. The airline – Turkey’s national flag carrier – launched its first flight on Thursday from Durban, travelling to Istanbul.

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    New Triton bakkie coming to SA mid-2016

    Mitsubishi Motors South Africa (MMSA) on Wednesday confirmed that the Japanese manufacturer’s next-generation Triton pick-up range will be available in Southern African markets from the middle of next year. “We are delighted to confirm the introduction of the all-new Triton in the local market. In countries where it’s already been launched, automotive journalists were extremely complimentary about the quiet, car-like drive it offers,” says MMSA COO Wynand Pretorius.

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    New Triton bakkie coming to SA mid-2016

    Mitsubishi Motors South Africa (MMSA) on Wednesday confirmed that the Japanese manufacturer’s next-generation Triton pick-up range will be available in Southern African markets from the middle of next year. “We are delighted to confirm the introduction of the all-new Triton in the local market. In countries where it’s already been launched, automotive journalists were extremely complimentary about the quiet, car-like drive it offers,” says MMSA COO Wynand Pretorius.

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    SA aircraft project making good use of 3D printing

    Additive layer manufacturing, better known as 3D printing,  is playing an important role in South Africa’s Ahrlac armed reconnaissance and light aircraft project. “3-D printing has transformed the Ahrlac programme,” Ahrlac programme manager Paul Potgieter (Junior) told Engineering News Online on Wednesday. “Three-D printing suits aviation manufacturing very well,” he explained. “In general, aviation manufacturing is not very high volume, but the parts are very complex. In 3D printing, complex parts can be made in one go, instead of being composed of many smaller parts put together. It will transform aviation manufacturing.”

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    SA aircraft project making good use of 3D printing

    Additive layer manufacturing, better known as 3D printing,  is playing an important role in South Africa’s Ahrlac armed reconnaissance and light aircraft project. “3-D printing has transformed the Ahrlac programme,” Ahrlac programme manager Paul Potgieter (Junior) told Engineering News Online on Wednesday. “Three-D printing suits aviation manufacturing very well,” he explained. “In general, aviation manufacturing is not very high volume, but the parts are very complex. In 3D printing, complex parts can be made in one go, instead of being composed of many smaller parts put together. It will transform aviation manufacturing.”

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    TPT highlights role of technology in improving port efficiencies

    Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) has improved efficiencies and significantly enhanced port throughput, thereby positively impacting on South Africa’s economic growth, CEO Karl Socikwa told delegates at the African Ports Evolution Conference, in Durban. The conference, now in its fourth year, was aimed at addressing bottlenecks and improving Africa’s competitiveness, with delegates including representatives from port authorities and terminal operators in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Namibia, Tunisia, Angola, Mauritius and Mozambique. 

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    TPT highlights role of technology in improving port efficiencies

    Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) has improved efficiencies and significantly enhanced port throughput, thereby positively impacting on South Africa’s economic growth, CEO Karl Socikwa told delegates at the African Ports Evolution Conference, in Durban. The conference, now in its fourth year, was aimed at addressing bottlenecks and improving Africa’s competitiveness, with delegates including representatives from port authorities and terminal operators in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Namibia, Tunisia, Angola, Mauritius and Mozambique. 

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    Premium car sales drop sharply, Merc hopes SUVs will help counter downturn

    The economic slowdown in South Africa has now also reached the country’s big earners it seems. Sales of new premium luxury cars in South Africa were down 25% in September compared with the same month last year, says Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) co-CEO and MBSA Cars executive director Florian Seidler.

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    Premium car sales drop sharply, Merc hopes SUVs will help counter downturn

    The economic slowdown in South Africa has now also reached the country’s big earners it seems. Sales of new premium luxury cars in South Africa were down 25% in September compared with the same month last year, says Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) co-CEO and MBSA Cars executive director Florian Seidler.

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