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Welcome to all.
During these strange and trying times we currently live in, life has to carry on − but with a difference. SAFPA recently concluded its very first ‘on-line AGM’ and with the responses
Sadly we can’t meet in person, but here are the members of Michael Abbot’s SAFPA Council.
At SAFPA’s most recent virtual technical meeting, Hannes Otto, Didactic training and consulting manager at Festo South Africa, gave an interesting talk on ‘Air Preparation for Automation – the Lungs
In the last quarter SAFPA has had a number of projects on the go. One has been the revamping and updating of the SAFPA website to give it a new look and feel.
SAFPA’s Pressure Vessel sub-committee
For this issue, Motion Control interviewed SAFPA’s new president, Michael Abbot, to get to know him a bit more and find out about his plans for SAFPA.
Michael says that he was interested in mechanics
I trust all the readers are safe and healthy.
It is with a heavy heart that I spread the word of two prominent members of the fluid power industry who have passed on over the past couple of months.
SAFPA recently held its first virtual technical meeting, which was a great success. It was presented by Colin Hood who gave an overview of SAFPA’s new hydraulic assembly skills and hose safety course,
The new SAFPA committee is as follows:
Michael Abbot, CT Hydraulics (president); Manny Vieira, SMC Corporation (vice president); Russell Gill, Engineering & Hydraulics Services; Ryno Landman, BMG
Good Day, I trust all the readers are safe and healthy during these troubled times. Hopefully, there is a light appearing at the end of what seems to be the long dark tunnel that is Covid-19 – and the
SAFPA now has a new managing agent, VdW & Co. Motion Control’s editor caught up – virtually − with account executive, Cynthia Badenhorst to find out more about its plans for SAFPA. VdW & Co is an association
I trust all our readers are safe and healthy during these troubled times. COVID-19 has thrown the industry and South Africa into turmoil over the past few months. Some companies may not make
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