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Perth Security Integrator DTI Wins Contract for 576 Trains in South Africa

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DTI Group reports it has finalised contract negotiations with Alstom Ubunye for the supply of lateral, front and internal passenger information system displays on each carriage of 576 trains to be manufactured by Ubunye for delivery to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA).

Using DTI technology, these products will be manufactured in South Africa, providing DTI with an additional manufacturing location and the opportunity to manufacture a range of products for the South African and global markets.

Deliveries for the systems are expected to commence in December 2018 and will be supplied over a period of ten years until 2028. After an initial ramp-up, DTI is expecting to deliver approximately 60 trainsets annually.

DTI provides sophisticated surveillance systems, solutions and services to the mobile security industry worldwide. DTI’s clients are transit agencies, transit operators, freight operators, law enforcement authorities and taxi organisations which utilise a range of professional products and services that encompass on-board recording equipment, fleet management systems, back-end mass storage and retrieval facilities and end-to-end managed services.

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