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Empowerment award for Southern African Shipyards

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Southern African Shipyards (SAS) has been named Best Established Black Owned Business at the Black Business Quarterly Awards in Johannesburg at the weekend. The ceremony,...

Deputy defence minister visits Naval Base Durban

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Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Thabang Makwetla, has visited Naval Base Durban (NBD), and was hosted by Southern African Shipyards, which brought...

Kongsberg supplying tech for Project Hotel vessel

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Norwegian company Kongsberg Maritime will supply hydroacoustic and bridge system technology on the South African Navy’s new hydrographic survey vessel being acquired under Project...

SAS to cut steel for Project Hotel vessel this week

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Durban-based Southern African Shipyards (SAS) will on Friday 30 November cut steel for the South African Navy's new hydrographic survey vessel, which...

Steel to be cut on Project Hotel vessel this year

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Durban-based Southern African Shipyards (SAS) aims to cut steel on the new hydrographic survey vessel for the South African Navy (SAN) in...

Transnet gets another tug

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Another new Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) tug has come off the production line at Southern African Shipyards (SAS) in Durban. It is...

Southern African Shipyards using Vard design to meet SA Navy hydrographic...

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Southern African Shipyards has been selected as the preferred bidder to supply a new hydrographic survey vessel to the South African Navy,...

Fifth tug launched for Transnet

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Southern African Shipyards (SAS) has launched a fifth tug for the Transnet National Ports Authority, the Ukhozi, in Durban on 13 February....

Southern African Shipyards launches fourth new tug for Transnet

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The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has received a fourth tug, from Southern African Shipyards (SAS), as it moves ahead with its...

Operation Phakisa reignites ocean economy

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The South African Government's Operation Phakisa: Oceans Economy initiative has yielded more results with the launch of two tugboats built for Transnet...

Southern African Shipyards upbeat about 2016 after a tough 2015

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Southern African Shipyards CEO Prasheen Maharaj believes there is a lot to be positive about regarding South Africa's maritime industry, which experienced...

SAMSA exploring acquisition of standby tugs

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The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) is exploring the possibility of building or leasing two tugs for emergency towing duties. In...

SAS launches first of nine tugs for Transnet National Ports Authority

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Southern African Shipyards this morning launched the first of nine new tugboats for the Transnet National Ports Authority at its Durban premises. The...

SAS Amatola to be back in service early next year

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The South African Navy's frigate SAS Amatola will be ready to deploy operationally in the first quarter of 2016 after being refitted...

CSTC will help SAS rejuvenate South African maritime industry

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The China Shipbuilding and Trading Company (CSTC) will use its expertise to assist Southern African Shipyards (SAS) in the rebuilding of South...

Southern African Shipyards leads cost management in African shipbuilding

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Southern African Shipyards, based in Durban, South Africa, is the largest shipyard in southern Africa and provides complete in-house marine solutions through ship building,...

Southern African Shipyards leads cost management in African shipbuilding

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The company is taking part in two tenders for the South African Navy, and has selected the CostFact system to cover its calculation demands.Southern African...

European Investors introduced to Phakisa in London

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South Africa's maritime economy has the potential to contribute up to R189 billion to the country's gross domestic product (GDP) and create...

Mid-life refit of SAS Amatola almost completed

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Southern African Shipyards (SAS) has almost completed the mid-life refit of the SAS Amatola, which is due to be handed back to...

MoU strengthens local shipbuilding industry

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The Memorandum of Understanding signed between Southern African Shipyards (SAS) and the China Shipbuilding and Trading Company (CSTC) will bring competitiveness and...

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