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The durability of steel for bulk water delivery

Steel is an indispensable and versatile material in municipal bulk water infrastructure, where pipelines traverse many kilometres of remote and demanding terrain to meet the potable water needs of South African communities. By Keitumetse Moumakoe, director, ASTPM used extensively in the construction industry for many years, steel pipes are viewed as a stronger and more flexible alternative to iron- and plasticbased pipes.

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Localisation perspectives – the steel viewpoint

In recent months the spotlight has been shone on government’s localisation plans, which aims to reduce imports and build domestic production to supply local and international markets, thus enabling job opportunities. But is localisation a sustainable option to develop SA or will it create further challenges?

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Outside Trade & Investment Mission Zambia

The steel Tube Export Association of South Africa took part in the OSIM Zambia on 12-16 August 2019 in Lusaka, Ndola and Kitwe. The mission was well organised and executed through the collaborative effort of the Engineering Technology Group of Export Councils (ETGEC) and the Trade & Invest Africa (TIA) staff heading up the mission.

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Macsteel seeks reimbursement for ‘unlawful’ duty payments

Macsteel CEO Mike Benfield is confident that the company has a strong legal case against the continued application of an 8% safeguard duty on hot-rolled coil (HRC) and confirms that it is also asking the court for an order granting that it be reimbursed for the duties paid since the extension was confirmed in August last year.

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Dusseldorf Wire and Tube 2010

Colin Shaw is the executive director of ASTPM, the association of steel tube and pipe Manufacturers of South Africa. He talks about the industry’s situation in his country as well as the international grade of tubing.

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Outward Trade and Investment Mission to Cabo Delgado & Maputo Provinces

During the Outward Trade and Investment Mission to Cabo Delgado & Maputo Provinces of Mozambique on Mozambique on 25 Nov – 01 Dec 2018, the Steel Tube Export Association of South Africa (STEASA) took part in the trade and investment mission to Mozambique arranged by the dtic and the office of the High Commission in Mozambique.

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Government Commits To Increase Export Council Funding

The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) has committed to increasing the funding of the export councils in order to drive the transformation agenda in different sectors. The commitment emanated from the export councils meeting hosted by the dti’s Director-General, Mr Lionel October in Pretoria.

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Projects can bolster local steel tubes and pipes industry

Steel industry association the Steel Tube Export Association of South Africa (STEASA) believes that the fast-tracking of the 50 strategic integrated projects and 12 special projects – announced in the Government Gazette this year – will present “tremendous opportunities” for locally manufactured steel tubes and pipes in various sectors.

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Steel crucial in Africa’s industrialisation aspirations

South Africa and Africa more broadly are attempting to develop their economies through industrialisation and steel forms the basic material of choice for this economic transformation, says the Steel Tube Export Association of South Africa (Steasa) executive director Keitumetse Moumakoe.

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Global sights set for export association

Steel industry association the Steel Tube Export Association of South Africa (Steasa) and some of its members will participate at the national pavilion at the International Wire and Tube Trade Fair 2020.

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Asian imports putting industry under pressure

Anotable increase in welded small-bore tubes and seamless pipes from Asia is exacerbating the pressure which South Africa’s steel tube and pipes industry has been under during the past three years, says Association of Steel Tube and Pipe Manufacturers (ASTPM) executive director Keitumetse Moumakoe.

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Algiers International Trade Fair hosted in 2018

The Mediterranean city of Algiers opened its doors to the international world of trade and investment when it hosted its annual 2018 Algiers International Trade Fair from 8 to 13 May 2018 at Palais des Expositions Algiers in Algeria. The event was organised by the South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX).

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Pavilion List

01 APRIL 2022 - 31 MARCH 2023

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