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ZF Services UK celebrates successful recertification

ZF Services UK has successfully gained RISAS/003(5) recertification until October 2023 for rail axle drives, transmissions and bogie overhaul at its Nottingham Rail Centre of Competence.

Site specialists in overhaul of on-track-plant and tram bogie types alongside transmission and axle drives, ZF Services UK boasts the extensive capability and expertise to overhaul a range of bogie types including light rail, freight and on-track-plant units.

Hailed as exemplary in the report, the recertification comes after a period of significant investment in equipment and training, and is a reflection of the robust, transparent and effective processes in place at ZF Services UK’s Centre of Competence in Nottingham. It provides the team with the RISAS seal of approval, as the audit was completed without raising any observations.

Shane McCauley, ZF Services UK sales director, said: “This extended certification to the accordance to RISAS/003(5) is a huge endorsement for the team’s hard work and commitment to cementing our position as a leader in the rail industry.

“We continue to make ongoing, significant investments at our UK Nottingham Centre of Competence to ensure we can continue to deliver the supply chain with a first-class service and offer the very best tools, equipment and expertise in order to achieve this.”

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