Bova Enters a New Era

Since its launch 21 years ago, Bova has earned an unassailable reputation for delivering quality engineering in the safety footwear market, both locally and beyond our borders. The Bova brand, which has been built on a foundation of innovation, quality and passion, has now entered an exciting new era by extending its portfolio to include purpose-engineered safety wear.


Air Products – the safest of places

Air Products exceeded their previous records when they walked away with ten awards at the 2016 Noschcon Awards function. It is the most Noscars received in one year and with this record, they have raised the bar for themselves and proved that they are one step closer to excellence. As an organization that is known and respected for their safety track record, Air Products is determined to build on the success of these prestigious accolades.


City firefighters battle more than 100 blazes in one day

The City of Cape Town’s firefighters were put to the test over these last few days as they battled to contain fires across the city. Yesterday alone, firefighters battled 106 bush and grass fires. Most of these fires were contained and extinguished before they could cause too much damage. However, several bigger fires continue to rage, requiring crews to work through the night and remain on standby.


Extracting value from the supply chain

Cost sensitivity and mining downturn forces innovation in petrochemical supply chain. Falling oil prices, a crumbling mining sector and local economic uncertainty have created a volatile mix of forces that is putting immense pressure on the petrochemical sector. However, says Noddy Ramroop, Operations Executive: Petrochemical for Unitrans, this is not necessarily bad news for the supply chain.

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