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Safmarine has reshuffled a number of its existing West Africa shipping services and introduced three new services - the WAF11, WAF12 and WAF13 – as part of its revised West Africa service portfolio

Safmarine has reshuffled a number of its existing West Africa shipping services and introduced three new services - the WAF11, WAF12 and WAF13 – as part of its revised West Africa service portfolioSafmarine has reshuffled a number of its existing West Africa shipping services and introduced three new services - the WAF11, WAF12 and WAF13 – as part of its revised West Africa service portfolio

The JLG 1350SJP telescopic boom lift that Eazi Sales & Service supplied to the Kenya Ports Authority is used to maintain the rubber tyre gantries (RTGs) and ship-to-shore gantries (STGs) in the Mombasa Harbour.

Eazi Sales & Service, the largest supplier of access platforms in Africa and sole distributor of JLG equipment, recently delivered a JLG 1350SJP telescopic boom lift to the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) for application in the Mombasa Harbour, the second largest port on the eastern seaboard in terms of tonnage and containers handled

 

Metric Automotive Engineering, a South African diesel engine and component re-manufacturer, has embarked on a refurbishment exercise at its Germiston premises.

Metric Automotive Engineering, a South African diesel engine and component re-manufacturer, has embarked on a refurbishment exercise at its Germiston premises to expand its workshop floor space, equip the workshop with new equipment and extend its admin offices to cope with increased volumes

The Logistics West Africa strategic summit, set to take place 1-3 November 2011 in Lagos, Nigeria, is expected to set new standards for logistics events in the region

The Logistics West Africa strategic summit, set to take place 1-3 November 2011 in Lagos, Nigeria, is expected to set new standards for logistics events in the regionThe Logistics West Africa strategic summit, set to take place 1-3 November 2011 in Lagos, Nigeria, is expected to set new standards for logistics events in the region

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