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Transnet Engineering (formerly Transnet Rail Engineering) has four customer-facing businesses, with five internal support operational businesses: Customer-facing businesses Locomotive business: does heavy refurbishment, general overhauls, upgrades, manufacturing, maintenance and assembly of various types of locomotives. Wagon business: provides heavy maintenance, general overhauls, modifications, upgrades, maintenance and new builds. TRE is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of wagons. Coach business: performs heavy maintenance of coaches, general overhauls, modifications and upgrades. Port and terminal business: the ports business is not a new business, as TRE has been maintaining and manufacturing straddle carriers for Transnet Port Terminal (TPT). The ports business is now positioned to maintain all ports and terminal equipment and machinery. The long-term view is to get this business involved in assembly of all new port equipment. The internal support operational businesses are: Rotating machines: refurbishes and maintains all the rotating components that you will find in rolling stock, such as traction motors. This business is now involved in the assembly of new traction motors for the 43 class locomotives. Rolling stock equipment: manufactures and maintains all the different components required in the refurbishment activities of TRE Wheel business: the assembly of new wheels as well as the refurbishment and maintenance of the existing fleet of wheels. Foundry: TRE has two foundries in Pretoria and Bloemfontein. They manufacture castings to support the refurbishment program of TRE  Auxiliary business: manufacturing and maintenance of tarpaulins, and the maintenance of containers.

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Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
South Africa
Sectors:
Construction / engineering, Rail transport
Products / services:
Structures and Building and Construction and Manufacturing Components and Supplies, Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

The Gautrain rail connection comprises two links, one between Tshwane and Johannesburg and the other between OR Tambo International Airport and Sandton. The system offers a fast, convenient, safe and efficient public transport service. It now takes just 15 minutes to travel from Sandton to OR Tambo International Airport on the Gautrain, and 35 minutes from Pretoria in Tshwane to Park Station in Johannesburg. As from 11 August 2014, the Gautrain’s airport service (Sandton to OR Tambo International Airport) was improved with earlier trains in the mornings and later trains in the evenings. Using a cash-free ticketing system and reloadable smart cards (the Gautrain Gold Card) makes travelling on the Gautrain quick and convenient. Passengers can buy their Gold Cards at any Gautrain stations as well as at approved service outlets. Buses and shuttles are available to transport passengers during weekdays to and from all stations, excluding the OR Tambo International Airport station. Since the start of operations in June 2010, various objectives have been met on the Gautrain systems and the overall system (trains, busses and parking) has performed extremely well. Approximately 55 000 passenger trips utilise the Gautrain train service on any given day, and on average 21 000 bus passenger trips are recorded on a daily basis, and the Gautrain service has delivered at an excellence rate of 99% train availability and 98% train punctuality. A significant number of people have been employed on the project since its inception. It is estimated that, at the end of June 2012, the Gautrain Concessionaire had already created or sustained about 34 800 local direct jobs and an estimated total of 121 800 direct, indirect and induced jobs. An economic study conducted by KPMG in 2015 has shown that the Gautrain has contributed R20-billion to Gauteng’s GDP and R46-billion to property development along its route since its development phase that ran from 2006 to the current day. The study also found that Gautengers are making public transport a mode of choice, with 77% of Gautrain’s current ridership making the modal shift from private cars to using the Gautrain. These Socio-Economic Devel­op­ment achievements are proof that the Gautrain is more than just a train but rather a sustainable project that continues to contribute to the economy and the people of Gauteng throughout. The Gautrain is not competing with other modes of public transport, such as taxis and buses, which all have an important role to play in the total transport system. The service comprises of a fleet of modern low-entrance and low-emission buses with comfortable seating, providing feeder and distribution services to and from the Gautrain stations. The municipal Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) services are also integrated with the Gautrain at some of the Gautrain stations. Commuters, therefore, do not have to experience the same frustrations and delays as motorists experience in terms of escalating traffic congestion. The Gautrain Management Agency was recently given the approval by Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi, to conduct a feasibility study for a possible rapid rail extension to the Gauteng rail network as part of the Gauteng Province’s Integrated Transport Master Plan 2025. The results of this study will be available in mid-2016. The purpose of the feasibility study is to inform the decision to proceed with the Gauteng rail extensions and the preferred routes that should be developed. This is based on a number of benefits such as the transformational impact on the Gauteng economy, the modernisation of public transport, passenger access and mobility, improved spatial development, environmental impact, and numerous other benefits, such as job creation and poverty alleviation.

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Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
Gauteng
Sectors:
Rail transport

TFR maintains an extensive rail network across South Africa that connects with other rail networks in the sub-Saharan region, with its rail infrastructure representing about 80% of Africa's total. The company is proud of its reputation for technological leadership beyond Africa as well as within Africa, where it is active in some 17 countries. TFR operates using a scheduled railway philosophy; this encompasses operating trains in accordance with an Integrated Train Plan (ITP) that is appropriately resourced to optimise capacity through careful deployment of assets to extract efficiencies. The aim is to significantly improve operational efficiency and customer service delivery with the help of the following six business units; Agriculture and Bulk liquids Coal Container and Automotive Iron Ore and Manganese Steel and Cement Mineral Mining and Chrome We also have International Business, which is an interface between TFR, Ports and SADC railways. It enables African regional development through integrated planning and infrastructure development with – its over-border railway hubs and intermodal ports. It also co-ordinates and grows TFR's activities in the neighbouring states and identifies new markets in an effort to extend the company’s operational footprint.   The African regional development has led to the establishment of Joint Operating Centres (JOC) with strategic intent of enabling regional integration – to be achieved through the institutional framework of JOC in Maputo, Mahalapye and Bulawayo. The railway operators in the African region will execute the scheduled railway philosophy seamlessly, eliminating existing country boundary complexities. This will align the railway companies in each of these corridors in order to execute one unified railway system. The primary objectives are to achieve operational efficiencies and improve real time communication in the African region. To give effect to TFR’s Africa Strategy, the three JOC’s will be operational by November 2013. The very core of our business is in the movement of high-density cargo over long distances. We service a wide range of industries including, but not limited to; mining, coal, iron ore, manganese, steel, chrome, cement, granite manufacturing, agriculture, automotive, petroleum and chemicals. The company has developed and is implementing a major new strategy which is part of the Transnet’s greater Market Demand Strategy (MDS). The key element of the strategy is a shift of traffic from road to rail. In accordance with the strategy, the company has committed itself to railing more than 350.3 million tons of cargo a year by 2018/19, the financial year when the MDS will reach its maturity. TFR has positioned itself to become a profitable and sustainable freight railway business, assisting in driving the competiveness of the South African economy. Through investment, TFR will be able to optimise its capital portfolio, build a world class capital execution function and leverage capital procurement and localisation. TFR is a customer focused railway company committed to delivering freight reliably. Over the next seven years Transnet Freight Rail is striving to grow its market share from 25% to 35% transporting 350mt of freight creating 10 232 jobs within the rail sector. The expected contribution to the economy is a reduction of 6 200 trucks on the road per annum, 3,9mt less Carbon Dioxide per annum and an overall reduction of total logistics costs by between four and seven percent.  

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Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
South Africa
Sectors:
Transportation, logistics and storage, Rail transport
Products / services:
Rail cargo transport
Role
Government body, Business services company

The Coal Business Unit focuses on the transport of export and domestic export and domestic coal by rail to various destinations, including: Richard’s Bay, Vryheid, Ermelo, Ogies and Welgedag. Export Coal is transported from Mpumulanga’s 44 rich mines and descends from the Highveld through rural Kwa Zulu Natal and terminates at Richard’s Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT). The 580km long double line is bi-directionally signalled and fully electrified. Two 100 wagon trains are coupled to form one 200 wagon train at Ermelo, typically using CCL type wagons. Through the domestic coal sector, the Coal BU plays a vital role in the transportation of requisite amount of coal to Eskom and other industries to generate electricity for the country. Furthermore, the unit is responsible for exporting sizeable amount of coal to generate billions in foreign exchange through Richard’s Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), Maputo Ports (TCM & Maputo Main Port); Navitrade; Transnet Port Terminal in Richard’s Bay and Bulk Connection in Durban. This unit’s commitment in transporting Coal (SA’s “black gold”) is in line with the company’s long term MDS and aids in the bid to shift rail friendly freight traffic from road to rail. 

Additional Info
Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
Africa, South Africa
Sectors:
Transportation, logistics and storage, Coal, Rail transport
Products / services:
Coal production services, Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

Scaw metals group is based in Durban, South Africa. We operate in in the Mining, construction and engineering, Manufacturing , Mining support service activities , Trains, Rail transport, and Industrial metals and minerals sector...

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Location:
South Africa
Sectors:
Mining, Construction / engineering, Manufacturing , Mining support service activities , Trains, Rail transport, Industrial metals and minerals
Products / services:
Minerals and ores and metals, Industrial Manufacturing and Processing Machinery and Accessories, Railway and tramway machinery and equipment, Structures and Building and Construction and Manufacturing Components and Supplies, Mining and oil and gas services, Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

GREX is based in Georgetown, United States. We operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
United States
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

KiwiRail is based in Wellington, New Zealand. We operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
New Zealand
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

Tshireletso Business Engineering Pty Ltd is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are a construction and engineering company and operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
South Africa
Sectors:
Rail transport
Role
Construction and engineering

AD ELECTROSTEEL CO PVT LTD is based in Calcutta, India. We are a manufacturer / processor and operate in Africa in the Rail transport sector.

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Location:
India
Target regions:
Africa
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Railway tracks, Railway sander, Railway line
Role
Manufacturer / processor

LBS Tubes Exports Private Limited is based in Calcutta, India. We are a manufacturer / processor and operate in India in the Rail transport sector.

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Location:
India
Target regions:
India
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Railroad rolling stock manufacture services
Role
Manufacturer / processor

Augustine Adeleye Enterprise is based in London, United Kingdom. We operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
United Kingdom
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Transportation and Storage and Mail Services

Sedibeng Import and Export Freight Forwarding is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are an agent and operate in Gauteng (South Africa), KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa), and North-West (South Africa) in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
North-West, KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Customs formalities
Role
Agent

Trading as Ruslan Feld is based in London, United Kingdom. We operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
United Kingdom
Sectors:
Rail transport

City Hydraulics and Rail supplies is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are a distributor / import-export company, a construction and engineering company and a manufacturer / processor and operate in in the Rail transport sector...

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Location:
South Africa
Sectors:
Rail transport
Products / services:
Transportation and Storage and Mail Services
Role
Distributor / Importer / Exporter, Construction and engineering, Manufacturer / processor

Lahloba Engineering (Pty) Ltd is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are a construction and engineering company and operate in Johannesburg (Gauteng) in the Civil engineering and infrastructure, Mining support service activities , Mining, construction and engineering, Industrial vehicles and parts, Ship and boat building, Electricity generation, Trains, and Rail transport sector.

Additional Info
Location:
South Africa
Target regions:
Johannesburg
Sectors:
Mining, Civil engineering and infrastructure, Construction / engineering, Mining support service activities , Electricity generation, Trains, Rail transport, Industrial vehicles and parts, Ship and boat building
Products / services:
Construction sheds and trailers, Construction shed, Oil and gas well project management services, Fixed oil and gas offshore production facilities fabrication service, Pipefitting fabrication and maintenance services, Pipefitting fabrication service, Manufacturing equipment maintenance services, Engineering equipment maintenance services, Project administration or planning
Role
Construction and engineering

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