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Capital Equipment News April 2019

On the Cover: At its maiden exhibition at NAMPO, Ever Star Industries (ESI) will present a wide range of agricultural focused solutions – from both its Powerstar and Shantui stables – that speak directly to the needs of the farming community.  

Grain SA’s NAMPO Harvest Day – a staple on the calendar of the South African agricultural community and those who serve it – enables producers and other role players in the agricultural industry to experience the latest products and solutions on offer in the farming industry first-hand and in one place. Attracting close to 77 000 visitors and over 650 exhibitors every year, the show is said to be one of the biggest agricultural exhibitions in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Capital Equipment News March 2019On the Cover: The leading story in this edition looks at the growing trend in the global forklift industry – the move towards battery-powered forklifts. In line with global trends, Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC), a supplier of leading forklift brands, reports an increase in demand of electrical forklifts in southern Africa. On the back of the increased uptake, GLTC has just introduced the new Doosan electric 7 Series, a four-wheel counterbalance forklift truck range.

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Capital Equipment News February 2019On the Cover: Hidromek will use bauma 2019 to flex its innovation muscle with a range of cutting-edge machines. At the centre of its exhibit will be the award-winning HMK 640 WL wheel loader – the first construction machine to ever win the German Design Council’s Automotive Brand Contest award. Maximum Equipment expects the machine to make its South African debut later this year. 

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Capital Equipment News January 2019On the Cover:

With an extended range of new machines that come with a host of improved features for better efficiency, complemented by a relentless dealer expansion programme, new and existing SEM customers are guaranteed to start earning more out of their machines.

The value equipment segment has grown by leaps and bounds during the past decade. The trend within the global construction market is for customers wanting machinery that costs less and capable to undertake less rugged jobs where premium machines are not essential.

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Capital Equipment News December 2018From the editor’s desk:

As 2018 draws to a close, one of the key takeaways for Munesu Shoko, editor of Capital Equipment News, has been the industry’s sheer commitment to stemming the tide of skills shortage in South Africa. That there is an overpowering need for skilled workers in the country is no point of contention. However, this year has been particularly encouraging, given the private sector’s concerted efforts to help close the skills gap.  

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Capital Equipment News November 2018On the cover:

In this edition of Capital Equipment News, the leading story focuses on the arrival of the new SANY SY500H excavator in South Africa. In a deal worth around R12-million, Goscor Earth Moving has delivered the first three units of the mining excavator to mining and beneficiation company, Africa Mining Group (AMG).

The 50 t SY500H is the second-biggest model in SANY’s large excavator line-up, and forms part of the Chinese OEM’s mining range, which also comprises the 36-t SY365H and the recently-launched 75-t SY750H.

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