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A regional comparison was made between survey respondents from South Africa to those from other African nations. Figure 5 compares the responses regarding the use of OEMs and independent third-parties for strategic and non-strategic parts and processing equipment parts.
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There are a higher proportion of South African mines that used OEMs only compared with the rest of Africa, particularly for processing equipment parts, with 5% higher OEM use in South Africa versus other nations for both strategic and non-strategic parts. It is also interesting to note that there is no standalone use of third-party companies for South African respondents when it comes to strategic parts. Other nations have a small proportion using only third-party companies for their strategic parts, at 6%. Responses for non-strategic parts were quite similar between South Africa and other African nations, although there is a slightly higher proportion using a mix of both OEMs and third-parties for non-strategic parts in other nations.
The results for processing equipment differ the most. South African respondents have a high proportion that uses purely OEM parts (74%), in comparison with only 51% for the other nations. The use of a combination of the two parts providers is more evenly split, with 24% for South Africa and 31% for other nations. However, there is a large difference in the stand-alone use of third-party providers. Other nations have a large proportion at 19%, in comparison with South Africa where only 3% purely use third-party parts providers. The higher use of OEMs in South Africa is directly aided by the abundance of mining and mining-related companies and facilities within the country.