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New tower light range from Pilot Crushtec

21st May 2024 Crushing and screening operations frequently run on a 24/7 basis to meet demand and optimise productivity, so crushing specialist Pilot Crushtec is the ideal partner to introduce its own brand of mobile lighting towers for these and other applications. According to Pilot Crushtec Sales and... 

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2nd May 2024 This week: New green hydrogen trading base uplifting platinum group metals demand outlook; Copper 360 ships concentrate, on course to pay first dividend next year and, Pilot Crushtec introduces Swedish brand of large-scale crushers to the Southern African market 

Pilot Crushtec introduces Swedish brand of large-scale crushers to the Southern African market

25th April 2024 Local mobile and semi-mobile crushing and screening equipment provider Pilot Crushtec has expanded its product lineup to the Southern African mining market with the addition of Swedish brand Jonsson’s crushers and screens. The range complements the company’s existing offering of Metso equipment,... 

TwisterTrac VS350E delivers the goods in Australia

4th April 2024 Designed and manufactured in South Africa by Pilot Crushtec, the TwisterTrac VS350E vertical shaft impactor (VSI) has over the years gained popularity in Australia. Key to its success is the ability to meet the high throughput and high-spec aggregates requirements of this market, confirms Justin... 
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Delayed coal decommissioning won’t ‘collapse our climate commitments’

The Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) is currently assessing the impact of South Africa’s decision to delay the decommissioning of the Hendrina, Grootvlei and Camden coal-fired power stations on the country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which outlines the country’s... 

CEF's Sapref refinery purchase raises clean-up concern

South Africa’s purchase of the nation’s largest refinery from Shell and BP for a symbolic R1 will transfer the environmental liability of the site to the government, according to a local advocacy group. The state-owned Central Energy Fund, which manages South African energy assets, agreed to buy... 
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