Penang International Airport BHS
Posted on: December 2011
ASS(M) Sdn Bhd have been awarded the controls installation associated with the expanded Baggage Handling System at Penang International Airport by Glidepath of New Zealand.
Glidepath, the global provider of airport baggage handling and security systems, has secured a technology solutions contract to expand the checked bag security facility at Penang International Airport in Malaysia. The airport is situated in the Bayan Lepas area of Penang, Malaysia and serves as the main airport for the northern region of Malaysia.
The project, which involves the installation of a 100% fail-safe inline baggage security screening system, provides for future capacity increase as the Airport, which is serving a growing number of airlines, grows its passenger enplanements.
As part of the project, Glidepath will replace the existing check-in conveyor system, which is 15 years old and originally provided by Glidepath.
ASS (M) Sdn Bhd are to commence work during January 2012 with a projected completion date of May 2012.
BizSAFE Progress to Level 2 Status
Posted on: October 2011
ASS Pte Ltd have recently advanced to bizSAFE Level 2 status. This involved members of the existing ASS WHS team attending a 2 day course approved by the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM). The course has provided ASS with the skills to proceed with the implementation of a Risk Management (RM)/Risk Analysis (RA) program. ASS will form a RM/RA committee comprising members from various departments of the company and headed by a nominated “Champion”. The successful implementation of the RM/RA program and subsequent approval audit by the MOM will culminate in the award of BizSAFE Level 3 Status.
BizSAFE is an initiative set-up by the Workplace Safety and Health Council of Singapore: www.wshc.sg
Extended Preventive Maintenance and Support Contract with SATS Catering Pte Ltd
Posted on: October 2011
SATS Catering Pte Ltd have extended the Preventive Maintenance and Support Contract for their Automated Systems located at the SICC2 facility, Changi Airport, Singapore. ASS Pte Ltd have been supporting SATS at this site since 2005. The extended contract includes for the support of the Cart Transport Management System (CTMS) and the Material Handling System (MHS) for Tote Bins. The full scope of work includes for comprehensive Preventive Maintenance, 365 day x 24 hr support both locally in Singapore and from the UK, 3rd party support for the Stratus ft Servers, Ethernet Networks and Anti Virus updates.
Rolls Royce Manufacturing Facility
Posted on: June 2011
Rolls Royce are locating their state-of-the-Art manufacturing facility and administration Hub at the Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore. The 154,000 sq meter facility comprises a Trent Engine assembly and Test building, a Wide Chord Blade manufacturing building and the Hub building. The Hub building houses the first major Rolls Royce training centre in the region, an advanced technology centre and shared administrative support services.
Exmac Automation Ltd have been awarded the project to implement the Skillet Flow Lines for the assembly of the Trent engines. ExMac are a 100% owned subsidiary of ASS's long term UK partners MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd.
ExMac are designing and manufacturing the Skillet Flow Lines and associated equipment. MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd are designing and implementing the control systems.
ExMac have awarded ASS Pte Ltd with a contract to supply installation labour, tools, equipment and general logistics support in Singapore.
MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) have awarded ASS Pte Ltd with a contract to carry out the complete control systems installation, commissioning, training and post hand-over support.
Malaysian Airlines Sytems - WMS Interfaces
Posted on: May 2011
Malaysian Airline Systems (MAS) are in the process of implementing a complex SAP ERP system at their IT headquarters in Kelana Jaya. ASS (M) Sdn Bhd together with their technology partner CSY Capital Sdn Bhd have been awarded the project to develop and deploy interfaces between the SAP and MAS's suppliers.
ASS have been actively supporting the existing interfaces on behalf of the vendors, however, this is the first time that they have been engaged directly by MAS.