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DCD opens new doors to local market
“With a height of 850 mm, this forging is the largest of 43components ordered by a South African customer for a pressure vessel application,” said DCD Ringrollers executive director Dion Booyens. “Once again pushing the boundaries on behalf of our customers.
DCD Protected Mobility: "Springbuck APC" accepted as a perfect solution in East Africa
A country in East Africa has awarded a contract to DCD Protected Mobility for the production of Springbuck APC's. This ballistic and landmine protected, all-terrain armoured personnel carrier that ensures crew protection, easy to operate, maintain and repair.
Husky G2 VMMDS Mobilised in the Middle East
DCD Protected Mobility is well positioned to supply the needs of the international defence markets. Underpinning its long history in the engineering of a range of military vehicles, the company recently completed the delivery of a batch of Husky 2G Vehicle Mounted Mine Detector (VMMD) vehicles to a customer in the Middle East. A subsequent order to the same customer is due for delivery by the end of 2015.
EBH Namibia Demonstrates Commitment To People Development And Continuous Improvement With Internal Auditing Training
Demonstrating the company’s commitment to continuous improvement and developing the careers of its people, EBH Namibia (EBHN) has facilitated the training of nine members of staff in the field of internal auditing.
Another successful project demonstrates DCD Marine Cape Town’s ship repair expertise and proven service delivery
As one of the most established and experienced oil and gas upstream service providers in South Africa, and a company within the DCD Marine Cluster, DCD Marine Cape Town has earned a reputation as a safe, reliable and internationally competitive shipyard.
Investing in People
Recognising the intrinsic value in good people, DCD actively supports the development of people-oriented systems, for instance the World Best Practices which has secured ongoing above-average performance and continued growth.

DCD is proud to be an active participant in the SA labour market, creating new jobs and increasing the skills pool particularly for the sectors in which it operates. DCD operates in markets which bear the brunt of artisan shortage and recognising the importance of fast-tracking skills development, DCD has invested R35 million in a proprietary Public Benefit Organisation (“PBO”).

The PBO has devised programmes which substantially reduce the time period to convert trainees into productive workers.  The programmes focus on specific work needs, processes and methodologies.

In addition DCD has ongoing education and training initiatives aimed at multi-skilling employees at all levels, and a mentor programme that ensures real skills transfer and capacity building throughout the organisation. This approach underscores DCD’s commitment to providing not merely jobs, but careers for its employees.

DCD recognises that integrating transformation into business practice is crucial for the sustainability of the group and SA generally. In line with this the group is deeply committed to transformation and provides equal opportunities for fair treatment of all employees.

 

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DCD Group launches Vereeniging training centre

In November 2012 DCD Heavy Engineering - part of R3,5 billion leading global heavy engineered solutions group DCD - launched a R3 million training facility in Vereeniging. Set to provide training for the local community the new facility further underpins DCD's commitment to the advancement of artisans in South Africa.

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