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Castle Lite Cold Lock Packaging Is A World First That Keeps Your Beer Extra Cold For Three Hours

Africa’s biggest premium beer brand, Castle Lite, has launched lab-tested secondary packaging that will keep consumers’ beer extra cold for three hours without the use of ice after refrigeration.

 

Timber Roof Truss Building Regulations & Standards Workshop To Launch In Overstrand

Architectural trends, increasing emphasis on energy efficiency and the continual development of new building materials all result in residential roof structures becoming increasingly complex. In a bid

 

Timber Roof Truss Building Regulations & Standards Workshop To Launch In Overstrand

Architectural trends, increasing emphasis on energy efficiency and the continual development of new building materials all result in residential roof structures becoming increasingly complex. In a bid

 

Heineken Set To Increase Sedibeng Facility?s Capacity By 2020

Despite an economic downturn, international beer brewer Heineken South Africa will be expanding its Sedibeng brewery?s production from 5.3-million hectoliters to 7.5-million hectoliters a year by 2020

 

Brimstone Secures Replacement Bbeee Shareholder To Exit Clover Scheme

JSE-listed Brimstone Investment has secured a suitable replacement broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) investor to acquire its interest in Milco SA to facilitate Brimstone?s exit from its p

 

Sab, Ab Inbev Africa Open Second Production Line At Pe Brewery

South African Breweries (SAB) and AB InBev Africa have invested R438-million in installing a second production line at the Ibhayi brewery in Port Elizabeth. The new 6 000 m2 packaging line for ret

 

Top Employer Award For Coca-cola Peninsula Beverages

Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages (CCPB) has once again been recognised as one of the top employers in South Africa. The Top Employer?s Institute recently announced its Top Employers 2019 for South Africa

 

Coca-cola Beverages To Tap Into Solar Energy

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) is installing rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) units, with a combined installed capacity of 10.4 MW, at 11 of its sites. 10 sites will be completed by the end o

 
 
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