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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 Rolling Stock: Rail Infrastructure development Plan Secures Local Content
The proposed R300-billion investment programme by Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) is set to not only streamline South Africa's railway capabilities but also potentially create business opportunities and job sustainability for sufficiently prepared local private- sector industry component manufacturers, such as the rail cluster of internationally recognised manufacturing and engineering company DCD Group.
Rolling Stock’s bogie fabrication facility
DCD Rolling Stock is in the process of re-establishing the glory-days of rail manufacturing in South Africa through a R240-million investment in a bogie fabrication facility. African Fusion reports.
Jika (PHS) Summary Report
JIKA PASSIVE HYDRAULIC STEERING SYSTEM (PHS)
TEST RESULTS BRIEF AS AT 30 JANUARY 2014
DCD Metpro - Dyno upgrade
In November 2013 DCD Metpro started the process of installing Gautrain brake pad rig on the existing dyno. With this rig, Metpro will be able to do comparative test for Gautrain brake pad development.
Research and Development

A key strategic objective of DCD Rolling Stock is the design and development of original, relevant and sophisticated products for the rolling stock markets locally and internationally. These meet increasing technological demands and comply with recognised international specifications.

DCD Rolling Stock has a depth of engineering expertise, employing qualified and experienced engineers complemented by design facilities equipped with the most up-to-date high-end technology.

DCD Rolling Stock allocates a percentage of annual turnover to research and development The group has in place structured strategic research and development plans to meet the ongoing demands of the industry, and the customers it serves, for ever increasing technologically advanced and relevant products.

Design and development is conducted within the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.