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DURBAN - 2 September 2016 - Bert-Jan de keijzer, the manager of supplier development for the Dutch firm Royal IHV speaks at the unveiling of a R29 million dredging simulator in Durban. The simulator will be used at a Dredging School that is set to open in Durban in January 2017 and train people in the art of dredging the countries ports. The simulator was installed by Royal IHC, who are expecting to train personnel sent by their customers from Africa on the simulator. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
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DURBAN - 2 September 2016 - Bert-Jan de keijzer, the manager of supplier development for the Dutch firm Royal IHV speaks at the unveiling of a R29 million dredging simulator in Durban. The simulator will be used at a Dredging School that is set to open in Durban in January 2017 and train people in the art of dredging the countries ports. The simulator was installed by Royal IHC, who are expecting to train personnel sent by their customers from Africa on the simulator. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP