Materials

Services in this sector include support of the following activities – collection/handling of bulk raw, processed and waste materials including on site transportation systems, stockpile management, crushing and screening, feeding into processing facilities and loading for removal off site.

Bulk Plant services support and infrastructure including roads, storm water & effluent control and electrical capacity installations and upgrades.

Civils & Structural Design, Construction & Commissioning of Bulk Storage Silos, Warehouses and Terminals.

Stock Yard services including audits and feasibility studies on yard and stockpile management, stacking pattern management, infrastructure components including design, detail and construction of transfer stations, in plant conveyors, long horizontal overland conveyors, pipe conveyors, conveyor trestles and gantries ,chutes, reclaim systems including stackers and reclaimers, vibrating mill machinery and finally multi stream sampling and design of sampling plants.

Robotic systems management for specialised freight – ie liquid materials handling, dry materials including coal – stockpile to stockpile systems, fine materials including chemicals, fertilizers and grains including dust extraction systems, and finally refrigeration systems for cold storage products

Logistics

Projects & Industrial Engineering has identified as this sector as one of Africa’s highest risk sectors and has since its inception focussed on this as a priority.

With years of expertise in this arena – clients utilise the Company’s knowledge and information base to conduct feasibility studies including traffic and route studies, terminal, stockyard and harbour capacity and finally issues dealing with the regulatory environment.

Road, Rail and Sea infrastructure design and detail is another of Projects and Industrial Engineering’s area of expertise. Turnkey projects involving, harbour dredging, container terminal upgrades, fuel storage and underground/overhead piping infrastructure, hopper and rail tippler systems, sub station and control buildings, in-hub traffic directional systems and port discharge management, design of shiploaders conveying ship to dock dry materials, and finally weigh bridge systems.