Capital Equipment News

The Board of Directors of Manitou BF has decided unanimously to renew the mandate of Michel Denis as President & CEO of Manitou for a further period of four years until the annual general assembly in 2022 that will approve the financial statements of 2021.

Two years since forging a partnership with Babcock International, Terex Trucks is steadily strengthening its perception in southern Africa through a series of strategic investments.

After 11 selling months in 2017, the local truck market is lagging 2,9% behind the sales recorded during the corresponding period last year. A total of 24 201 trucks has so far been sold, as of November 2017.

Mining is a dangerous business. South Africa has some of the world’s deepest mines, a distinction that comes with significant safety risks. In 2016 alone, 73 people lost their lives in mines in the country; 2017’s tally could be higher.

Training in the correct use of mechanical splicing equipment is critical to ensure safety and productivity, according to Benjamin Sibanda, general manager of Mato Products.

Mines are dynamic environments with loads of pressure on managers, department heads and procurement officers to keep up the pace, but there are three key bases to be covered if they are to consistently meet daily goals and keep the wheels turning smoothly.

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Name: Munesu Shoko
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