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DURBAN - 2 September 2016 - Officials from South Africa's Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and the Dutch firm Royal IHC 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. The simulator was installed by Royal IHC. From left is TNPA's engineering manager Muhammad Khan, the Royal IHC project manager Philip van den Broek, Royal IHC's manager of supplier development Bert-Jan de Keijzer, TNPA's chief executive of port terminals Karl Socikwa, TNPA's chief human resources officer Nonkululeko Sishi, TNPA chief executive Richard Vallihu, Royal IHC's systems sales manager Riny Mourik and TNPA's head of dredging services carl Gabriel. Picture: Giordano Stolley
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DURBAN - 2 September 2016 - Officials from South Africa's Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and the Dutch firm Royal IHC 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. The simulator was installed by Royal IHC. From left is TNPA's engineering manager Muhammad Khan, the Royal IHC project manager Philip van den Broek, Royal IHC's manager of supplier development Bert-Jan de Keijzer, TNPA's chief executive of port terminals Karl Socikwa, TNPA's chief human resources officer Nonkululeko Sishi, TNPA chief executive Richard Vallihu, Royal IHC's systems sales manager Riny Mourik and TNPA's head of dredging services carl Gabriel.     Picture: Giordano Stolley