Transport Infrastructure
IRON ORE SHUTDOWN Transnet's export Iron Ore line will undergo its annual shutdown
Transnet Freight Rail’s export Iron Ore line will undergo its annual shutdown on Tuesday 12th August 2014.
11 Aug 2014
ENERGY Hundreds of thousands saved by well-oiled gears at Eskom’s Matla power plant
An intensive energy saving study conducted by Eskom and Castrol engineers at one of Eskom’s power stations, concluded that an annual energy saving of R377 000 can be obtained easily.
23 Jul 2014
FLEET MANAGEMENT Managing insurability of risk as cost pressures climb
The transport industry is languishing under some of the toughest economic conditions in recent years with soaring fuel costs, e-tolls, lowered turnover in the retail and manufacturing sectors.
17 Jul 2014
FLEET MANAGEMENT Is your fleet optimised to manage changing carbon emissions?
RFA outcome: Is your fleet optimised to manage the changing carbon emissions requirements asks MiX Telematics?
25 Jun 2014
WATER WISE Silverton Assembly Plant in South Africa involved in water-saving initiatives
Ford Motor Company is furthering its commitment to aggressively step up water conservation programmes at its global facilities and among the company's suppliers.
20 Jun 2014
DHL Retail industry offers huge potential
Retail expansion is key to DHL Express' Africa business strategy. This is according to Sumesh Rahavendra, Head of Marketing for DHL Express, Sub Saharan Africa. The recently
20 May 2014
New technology New ambulance most advanced yet?
Iveco and Cartwright have teamed up to launch a new accident & emergency (A&E) ambulance, which is being made available for trials with NHS Ambulance Trusts and private ambulance operators across the UK.
10 Mar 2014
New bus order 80 MAN buses for South African province of Limpopo
Public transit operator Great North Transport (GNT) modernises bus fleet with MAN Lion's Explorer Ten MAN Lion's Explorer buses have already been in service with GNT since July.
30 Oct 2013
Short-term insurance Soaring in challenging times
Sasria SOC Ltd (Sasria), South Africa’s only short-term insurer for riots, strikes, labour disturbances and terrorism, reported a 12.5% increase in gross written premium for the financial year ending March 2013
10 Oct 2013
Trade news Transnet boost for SA coal exports
Transnet is to introduce a 200-wagon rail service running directly from coal mines in Mpumalanga province to the Richards Bay Coal Terminal in KwaZulu-Natal, significantly boosting South Africa's coal export ca
18 Sep 2013
Top carmaker appoints new CEO Major shakeup at Toyota
Dr Johan van Zyl, who is the president and chief executive officer of Toyota SA, has been promoted to chief executive officer of Toyota in Africa as part of a major restructuring announced by the company.
19 Apr 2013
Strong German presence at Automechanika From engine protection to gaskets at trade fair
German exhibitors will again be showing the flag at the third Automechanika trade fair to be held in Johannesburg in May.
18 Apr 2013
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