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Formula One helps supermarket fridges become more energy efficient

Williams Advanced Engineering, the division of Williams that commercialises Formula One-derived technology and know-how, has collaborated with UK start-up Aerofoil Energy to develop a new aerodynamic device that can significantly reduce the energy consumed by refrigerators in supermarkets and convenience stores.

20 Oct 2015 10:20

Two-a-Day invests in new packaging, packing lines and DCA storage

Two-a-Day's recent infrastructure investment includes a Flow Wrap machine that does not limit packing only to the traditional tray and bag packing...

18 Mar 2015 15:20

Industrial refrigeration merger adds to energy solutions

Energy Partners has announced the merger of its industrial refrigeration division with local industrial refrigeration specialists, RG Moolenschot and Associates (RGMA).

11 Sep 2014 10:10

REFSOLS chooses AWCape to aid African expansion

Refrigeration Solutions & Fridgetec Services (REFSOLS) has commissioned AWCape to supply and implement Sage 300 ERP (previously ERP Accpac) with specialised Service Manager software to help support its expansion into Africa.

25 Jul 2013 10:17

If you're content, we're content

"Content" is currently on everybody's lips, with everyone from the existing media to brand owners and individuals being encouraged to become content providers. Bizcommunity has been ahead of the content curve for over a decade.

Issued by 18 Mar 2013 09:03

[2013 trends] Pdf of 2013 Biz Trends Report now available

Finally, what you've all been waiting for!'s 2013 Biz Trends Report is now available for downloading in pdf format - and this year we've improved the quality for a better tablet experience!

Issued by 13 Feb 2013 14:33

[2013 trends] 'Goodvertising' - the key to brand leadership

There's a transformational shift happening and it's picking up pace in the New Year. Business and its far-reaching (some might say overreaching) arm, advertising, are becoming more responsible, more caring and more sustainable.

By Thomas Kolster 22 Jan 2013 10:53

How to contribute to Bizcommunity, from op-ed pieces to news has now expanded its operations into 16 new sectors and will soon venture into another 17, providing a whole new range of target audiences for advertisers. The most critical aspect of this is the quality of content and this is a formal invitation to you to become a recognised contributor on Bizcommunity.

Issued by 3 Oct 2011 14:57

Bizcommunity launches new dedicated sectors, newsletters - South Africa's largest online B2B publisher - is set to grow even more with the introduction of 16 new content channels, with weekly newsletters, as from last week Tuesday, 20 September 2011.

Issued by 20 Sep 2011 15:45

It's party time at Bizcommunity! #happybiz10

On 20 August 2001, Andre Rademan and Ken van Ginkel sent out the very first newsletter. Now, almost 10 years to the day, we're mixing up potions and even baking in preparation for our 'high calorie', 'light-fuse-and-stand-back' 10th birthday celebrations! [twitterfall]

22 Aug 2011 10:10

New cold storage facility in Cape

Orion Cold Storage (OCS), which supplies leading retailers, caterers, wholesalers and manufacturers throughout Southern Africa, will open its new cold storage facility at the Capricorn Business Park in Cape Town on 9 July 2010.

2 Jul 2010 10:43

Shoprite gets ‘green' transport refrigeration

The Shoprite Group is testing a nitrogen-powered transport refrigeration system, ecoFridge, in South Africa before introducing it into its fleet for fresh produce. It offer 100% silent running, uses no HFCs or HCFCs and is already compliant on emissions set for Montreal in 2010 and Kyoto in 2015.

21 Jan 2010 10:12

Pick n Pay gets greener refrigeration technology

Pick n Pay has embarked on a project to replace outdated harmful ozone-depleting HCFC-based refrigeration with energy-efficient German refrigeration technology.

9 Dec 2009 11:02

Future European food trends - from farm to fork

Future trends in food consumption in Europe, China and the Indian sub-continent could impact on food producing nations such as South Africa.

21 Nov 2007 10:55

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