Equipment supply, maintenance and training
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Equipment services
Reference List
References of container handling equipment sold to clients in South Africa, Namibia and Mozambique.
Engineering services
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References of repairs and refurbishments carried out in the region.
Maintenance services
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References of maintenance contracts carried out in South Africa.

Outsourcing Maintenance

CPS Projects offers a complete range of maintenance services; from fault finding to spares provision, from the maintenance of specific equipment to management of the complete maintenance function.

Skilled technicians and engineers are available to offer fault finding on a variety of port related and other equipment. Located in close proximity to the Port of Durban and in Ngqura, we can be on site at short notice to attend to breakdowns.

Sourcing Spare Parts:

Spares for equipment are sourced from a variety of local and overseas locations, including locally manufactured spares in compliance with OEM specifications, on a royalty basis.

The benefits of CPS Projects spares supply contracts are that parts are usually available at short notice, the price is generally known beforehand and CPS Projects,in addition to the client, invests in the spares holding, thus reducing equipment ownership costs.

Complete Refurbishment

Refurblishment work and upgrades of complete machines are undertaken by skilled CPS project engineers and technicians. This includes on-site structural and corrosion repairs including extensive repainting of quayside equipment.

Electrical and mechanical design work is done in-house,whilst the fabrication of components and purchases of standared products is sub-contracted. OEM experties is accessed for specialised work.

Other Maintenance options

The complete outsourcing of non-core activities such as maintenance is an increasing world-wide trend in ports, but in addition to a complete maintenance solution CPS Projects can offer a range of discrete services including

• availability on a call-out basis;
• peak period maintenance;
• repair of accident damage;
• labour only maintenance contracts;
• the full maintenance function.