South Africa

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Tirepoint

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Tirepoint was founded in 2004 and currently operates in the Gauteng, KZN and Western Cape regions. The company has an exceptionally strong foundation of tire industry-related experience and adheres to good business practices created to place the customer first. As an independent, multi-branded or… Learn more about Tirepoint

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WearCheck Africa serves the earthmoving, industrial, transport, shipping, aircraft and electrical industries through the scientific analysis of used oil from mechanical and electrical systems. Learn more about WearCheck

SET have over 50 years of collective experience in conducting simulation studies in mining, logistics, manufacturing and service industries. Visit Us! Learn more about Simulation Engineering Technologies

Vr Steel is a leading manufacturer of mining products world wide Learn more about VR Steel

Vital Engineering manufactures various types of quality gratings, stairtreads, pressed floors, fibreglass gratings and safety handrails. Learn more about Vital Engineering (Pty) Ltd

Vr Steel is a leading manufacturer of mining products world wide Learn more about Van Reenen Steel (Pty) Ltd.

Trysome Auto-Electrical (PTY) LTD, is the largest, single-source supplier of heavy-duty, auto-electrical components and collision avoidance systems in Southern Africa. Learn more about Trysome Auto Electrical (Pty) Ltd

South Africa Mining Industry Overview

Africa is said to hold 30% of the world’s mineral reserves. However, many countries are prone to political instability and uncertainty. In terms of mining supply and services, South Africa is they key supplier for many African countries such as the DRC and Zambia.

South Africa and other countries also import from Europe, Asia and elsewhere in Africa. The mining equipment market in the Middle East and Africa is estimated at USD 5.7 billion in 2015, and is expected to grow to USD 9.7 billion in 2022, a compound annual growth rate of 7.9%.

A major challenge in South Africa and other countries is intermittent power supply. Since 2008, load shedding has cost the South African mining industry an estimated USD 23.7bn in lost revenue.

Many African countries are well endowed with mineral resources, but many also face political uncertainty. South Africa is currently dominant in terms of mining supply and services supply, but there may be room for Canadian players to build on the presence of Canadian mining companies.

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