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Customised vibrating-equipment manufacturer looking to expand into Africa and internationally

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www.miningweekly.com/article/empowered-kwatani-benefits-local-mining-industry-2019-01-17 OHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Industrial and mining vibrating screens manufacturer Kwatani has achieved a level-1 broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) score and is 51% black women-owned.

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As the most transformed business in its class of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Spartan-based vibrating equipment specialist Kwatani achieved Level 1 B-BBEE status in January 2019 by becoming 51% black women-owned.

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5th January 2019 : Martin Creamer Creamer Media Editor . As part of a new strategic growth thrust spearheaded by highly experienced mining luminary John Wallington, accomplished South African manufacturer of high-quality customised vibrating equipment – Kwatani – is looking to expand significantly further into Africa and internationally, increase its level of black economic empowerment momentously, ensure considerably greater benefit for local communities and continue to embrace advanced cutting-edge technology.

 

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AT Processing – 27-05-2019 The ongoing trend to increase output tonnages in the global mining industry while maintaining efficiencies means that screening machines are becoming larger and heavier.

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Media release – 06-06-2019

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design choices for screening efficiency. Media release – 05-07-2019. Don’t generalise about the advantages and disadvantages of different vibrating screen technologies, advises Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin; the key consideration is the application.

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EN-Women in Mining Historically, the mining industry has been “extremely” male dominated, but there has been a substantial drive locally to improve the number of women working in the industry, says women-owned vibrating equipment manufacturer Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin.

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Discoursing TCO of vibrating screens Large vibrating screens are a critical part of processing plants at mines and quarries. If not correctly engineered, the operating costs can become extremely high – to the detriment of mining operations already operating under severe cost pressures. What are the key design and engineering factors that affect total cost of ownership of vibrating screens? By Munesu Shoko.

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MechChem Africa visits the manufacturing facilities of vibrating screen and feeder design and manufacturing specialist, Kwatani, and talks to the company’s CEO, Kim Schoepflin and COO, Kenny Mayhew-Ridges.

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