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Sew-Eurodrive supplies drive systems to Limpopo mine

Sew-Eurodrive supplies drive systems to Limpopo mine

A major drive to boost productivity at a platinum mine in Limpopo Province has resulted in drive engineering specialist Sew-Eurodrive supplying a number of complete drive systems with industrial gear units to the project.

April 11, 2017 By Robyn Grimsley

SEW-EURODRIVE relocates to new E Cape premises

SEW-EURODRIVE relocates to new E Cape premises

SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa’s Port Elizabeth branch has relocated to Unit 4, Aldo Business Park, Old Cape Road in Greenbushes, reflecting both the growth of the branch and the importance of the Eastern Cape region, according to Branch Manager Francois

July 12, 2017 By Robyn Grimsley

Digging up the past: A history of excavators (Part 1)

Digging up the past: A history of excavators (Part 1)

Excavators have long been a staple of the earthmoving scene, first taking the form of cable-operated machines that were the earliest documented self-powered earthmoving machine, and later being replaced by the hydraulic machines we recognise today.

March 28, 2017 By Robyn Grimsley

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