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Rail infrastructure & Development

    Will cost about R40m to get Atlantis SEZ rail line operational

    By Larry Claasen The Atlantis Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is still keen on restarting its rail service.  This follows the SEZ’s rail link with the Port of Cape Town being severed in 2018...

    Transnet encourages business to use Maersk’s facility at Belcon 

    Transnet hopes Maersk can help reduce congestion at the Port of Cape Town By Larry Claasen Transnet hopes that the creation of the A. P. Moller – Maersk’s (Maersk) warehousing & distribution facility...

    Old Mutual CEO: 2024 outlook to instil confidence in the country’s future and attract...

    “A solid plan to fight crime and corruption is key to unlocking economic growth” In anticipation of President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address (SONA), Iain Williamson, Chief Executive Officer of...

    PRASA Western Cape making strides

    Acting regional manager of Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) in the Western Cape, Raymond Maseko, says the agency has done much work to recover the province’s network following a...

    Africa is well placed to address global supply chain challenges – UN Report

    By Larry Claasen Recent disruptions to the global supply chain have highlighted the need for manufacturers to set up operations in diverse locations. GLOBAL supply chain challenges could spur widespread industrialisation across Africa,...

    Getting back on track

    Chris Hattingh, Executive Director, Centre for Risk Analysis IN 2022 Exxaro (by production the country’s biggest coal miner) exported 5,2 million tons of coal. For 2023 it expects overall volumes to be...

    Mattei shaping the rail industry

    With more than a century of design, manufacture and production experience in the manufacture of air compressor technology,  Mattei expanded its capability, with a range of rotary vane compressors providing exceptional...

    Bold, decisive and urgent reform needed to save the steel sector

    Last week a lot has been reported into assessing the likely impact the potential closure of ArcelorMittal SA’s operations in Newcastle and Vereeniging, as well as ArcelorMittal Rail and Structural will...

    Transnet collaborates with industry in efforts to ease Richards Bay congestion

    Transnet has committed to continue collaboration with industry to accelerate plans to resolve congestion of trucks going into the Port of Richards Bay. This follows an urgent meeting last week with customers,...

    Suspension of Richards Bay Mineral Terminal receiving due to truck congestion on public roads

    By Gavin Kelly – CEO: The Road Freight Association Transnet, through RCB Terminals (Richards Bay), has circulated a notice that it will suspend the receiving of all cargo that is brought to...

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