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Industrial Photography South Africa


ANDRIES JOUBERT PHOTOGRAPY

Andries Joubert is a Cape Town base photographer who specializes in industrial photography for the use in advertisements, documentation, website images and advertorial publications. Documenting of new and existing projects work in progress and complete projects. To work hand in hand with various constructions, architecture, engineer and companies that is affiliated with the main contractors. Working fast to have a quick turn around on the project delivering images to the client.


Target Cranes Founded in 1994 by Michael Wall, Target Cranes (Pty) Ltd (“Target”) is the largest mobile crane operator in the Cape region and amongst the largest operators in the country. The current fleet consists of in excess of 70 mobile cranes incorporating lifting capacities from 8 tons to 600 tons distributed on a national basis. Target is able to provide its clients with a full turnkey service offering including; specialist rigging and crane trucks, through its wholly owned subsidiary Rig Perfect and abnormal transport through Kumkani Heavy Haulage, a company housed within the Target Group. The basis of Target’s success has been the focus on stringent health and safety, reliability, latest technology and equipment and through its philosophy of being an investor in people ensuring a committed workforce. Our substantial fleet is managed by highly skilled operators, and consists of over 70 modern, well-serviced mobile cranes with lifting capacities from 8 tons to 600 tons, distributed nationally and within the SADC region. The number and size of our cranes enables us to provide a turnkey service for substantial projects and we have one of the largest mobile cranes available in the southern hemisphere. Our bright red cranes are a well-recognized feature of the industrial landscape throughout South Africa and the African continent.

http://www.targetcranes.co.za


 Saldanha Bay, our biggest natural harbour of South Africa


Oil -

Petroleum Â


SA FIVE ENGINEERING (PTY) LIMITED SA FIVE ENGINEERING (PTY) LIMITED commenced operations in South Africa in March 1991. In the relatively short period of time elapsed since its inception date, the company has established itself as one of the most professional, reliable and efficient contractors in the country. This position has been secured by adopting a policy based on service, quality and safety, benefiting our clients, employees and shareholders. Directors, Management and Staff worked together as a Mechanical Engineering Contracting Team for the last 20 years which is undoubtedly the cornerstone of our success

Offshore projects Process Plant Rig & Ship Maintenance & Convers Shutdown And Plant Maintenance Structural Steel Work • Workshop • • • • •

http://www.safivegroup.co.za/


Prime 2010


SA 5 Ingeneering 2008 Â


Cape Town Harbor Control Tower 2009


Scheltema & Co (Pty) Ltd

Scheltema & Co (Pty) Ltd was incorporated in 1933 by Cornelius Scheltema a Dutch immigrant who set up business in Cape Town as a supplier of imported roofing tiles and other building products. Before long the demand for the company's products led to the establishment of what is the oldest surviving roofing and ceiling contracting company in the Western Cape and more than likely in Southern Africa. As such it has developed relationships with clients, suppliers, and staff that go back many years and in many cases span a few generations.

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Domestic Roofing Industrial Roofing Suspended Ceilings and Partitions Plastered Ceiling

http://www.scheltema.co.za


RGB 2009


Shipping


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Cape Town dry docks 2010


Peninsula Plumbing and Engineering Works or PPEW Company Background in Detail The Company with over 35 years of experience offers our clients the most highly qualified and licensed plumbing skills in South Africa. We have given a committed service to the country's leading construction companies, Basil Read, Grinaker / LTA, Group 5, JLK, Murray and Roberts, Stocks Buildings, WBHO We have staff who are specialized in fitting out oil and gas rigs, F.P.S.O 's and all types of offshore establishments. Our company and staff have provided a comprehensive plumbing and drainage service to some of the largest and most prestigious projects carried out in Sub-Saharan Africa, namely: Palace Hotel / Sun City, Groote Schuur Hospital, Canal Walk Shopping Mall, the V&A Waterfront Cape Town, CTICC. PPEW is a member of the Masters Builders Association as well as the Institute of Plumbers, and covers a large spectrum of Project types such as: • Shopping Malls • Office Development • Hotels • Apartment and Residential Complexes • Factories • Sports Grounds • Industrial Development • Oil and Gas Rigs / Ships Repairs

http://www.ppew.co.za


Port of Cape Town Port Volumes: Port of Cape Town, Table Bay, the Fairest Cape, the Cape of Storms, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mother City. All these names provide an idea of what to expect. Cape Town competes with Alexandria for recognition as the most famous port in Africa and is certainly one of the most beautiful harbours in the world with a magnificent backdrop of Table Mountain framed by the mountainous Peninsular. The port is situated on one of the world's busiest trade routes and will always retain strategic and economic importance for that reason alone.

Cape Town is also a busy container port, second in South Africa only to Durban, and handles the largest amount of fresh fruit.

During the recent 2008/09 financial year Cape Town handled 3,163 vessels for a gross tonnage of 53,609,895-gt. Total cargo handled at the port (excluding containers) was 2,969,417 tonnes, of which 2,639,337 tonnes was bulk cargo, and 330,080t breakbulk. As with the other ports these figures do not include container tonnage, which is estimated as being 10.452 million tonnes for 2008/09 (calculated on the basis of an average 13.5t per TEU), giving the port a total tonnage handled of 13.422 million tonnes. Excluding containers, total imports were 1,880,943t and exports 1,001,448t, with transshipments of 87,026 tonnes. Cape Town's Container Terminal handled a total of 774,238 TEUs during the fiscal year 2008/09, of which 385,504 TEUs were imports and 388,734 exports. Transships constituted 60,132 and 62,573 TEUs of those amounts respectively.


Port of Cape Town


Andries Joubert Photography

*Internet Publisher Project: Industrial works Professional photographic services for the architectural, interior design, advertising. Also includes stock, and personal work.

Selected photographs can be published on line in a book form for marketing, branding or advertising purposes.

** Internet publication – INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY – SOUTH AFRICA

Selected images can be published on ISSUU, a leading Internet digital publishing house www.issuu.com/andriesjoubertphotography For more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch in person. Andries Joubert Photography Cape Town

Contact www.andriesjoubert.com info@andriesjoubert.com 0828200354


Industrial Photography South Africa

Profile for ANDRIES  JOUBERT PHOTOGRAPHY

INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY SOUTH AFRICA  

Compilation of industrial photography

INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY SOUTH AFRICA  

Compilation of industrial photography

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