Company Secures Key Projects, Locally And Abroad

One of South Africa’s most prominentturnkey refractory and mechanicalspecialists has been awarded contracts for several key industrial and mining projects, both locally and internationally.

Dickinson group CEO Trevor Dickinson tells Engineering News that the company strives toremain at the forefront of new technology by collaborating with leading engineering anddesign companies.“This means that we are able to procure and manufacture cost-effective materials that complywith the most stringent quality specifications,” he says Dickinson says that the company providescost-effective, tailor-made solutions and aprofessional service for the execution of turnkey furnace rebuild projects.“We have experienced management, super-vision and highly-skilled and -motivatedpersonnel working close to 2-million person-hours a year, as well as modern equipment and operations methods with a high regard forsafety and quality.“The group comprises eight businessesoperating in South Africa, and has affiliatedcompanies in Mozambique, Mauritius, Portugal and Canada, which all specialise in the corebusiness of rendering turnkey refractory andmechanical services to the pyrometallurgicalindustries,” says Dickinson.The group, with alliance partner company Lizmontagens, of Portugal, has beenawarded two large glass-furnace projects byPFG Building Glass.Local float-glass manufacturer PFG iscurrently spending R1-billion on expandingand improving its local production capacity,including the construction of a second float-glass production line, which is scheduled to be commissioned early in 2007.Read the enitre news on the source link below.One of South Africa’s most prominentturnkey refractory and mechanicalspecialists has been awarded contracts for several key industrial and mining projects, both locally and internationally.

Dickinson group CEO Trevor Dickinson tells Engineering News that the company strives toremain at the forefront of new technology by collaborating with leading engineering anddesign companies.

“This means that we are able to procure and manufacture cost-effective materials that complywith the most stringent quality specifications,” he says Dickinson says that the company providescost-effective, tailor-made solutions and aprofessional service for the execution of turnkey furnace rebuild projects.

“We have experienced management, super-vision and highly-skilled and -motivatedpersonnel working close to 2-million person-hours a year, as well as modern equipment and operations methods with a high regard forsafety and quality.

“The group comprises eight businessesoperating in South Africa, and has affiliatedcompanies in Mozambique, Mauritius, Portugal and Canada, which all specialise in the corebusiness of rendering turnkey refractory andmechanical services to the pyrometallurgicalindustries,” says Dickinson.

The group, with alliance partner company Lizmontagens, of Portugal, has beenawarded two large glass-furnace projects byPFG Building Glass.

Local float-glass manufacturer PFG iscurrently spending R1-billion on expandingand improving its local production capacity,including the construction of a second float-glass production line, which is scheduled to be commissioned early in 2007.

Read the enitre news on the source link below.

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