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Rolls-Royce, Seletar

Posted on: April 2014

Rolls-Royce Singapore have entered into a framework agreement with MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd for labour and services at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

This agreement has been put in place to compliment the 365 x 24 hour call-out service previously awarded.

Rolls-Royce, Seletar

Posted on: March 2014

Rolls-Royce Singapore have awarded MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd with a contract to provide an Andon Call System for their Engine Module Build Area at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

The Andon System will allow local machine and assembly operators to call for Supervisor or Parts assistance via push button stations. MHA and ASS will provide 5 Area Compact PLC Control Panels to accept the input calls and drive output signals for warning klaxons/speakers and beacons.

The system is being designed for future expansion whereby a SCADA System will be deployed to enable centralized monitoring and data analysis.

Rolls Royce, Seletar

Posted on: March 2014

Rolls-Royce Singapore have awarded MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd with a 12 month contract to provide Call-Out Support Services for the Automated Flow Lines at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

MHA and ASS will provide call-out services on a 365 day x 24 hour basis.

Rolls-Royce, Seletar

Posted on: March 2014

Rolls-Royce Singapore have awarded MHA SEA Pte Ltd and ASS Pte Ltd with a 12 month contract to provide Preventive Maintenance Services for the Automated Flow Lines at the Seletar Assembly Plant in Singapore.

MHA and ASS will perform quarterly Preventive Maintenance checks and provide valuable system performance feedback to Rolls-Royce via comprehensive reports.

Rolls Royce, Seletar

Posted on: November 2013

Exmac Automation Ltd and MHA Ltd have awarded separate contracts to ASS Pte Ltd to provide mechanical and control services associated with the installation of a new work platform at the Vertical Core (VC) Flow Line. The VC Flow Line was originally installed in 2011 and the new platform assists Rolls-Royce to meet their anticipated production demands.



The new work platform, which will be installed and commissioned during the period December 13 to January 14, is a replica of the recently installed platforms at the Rolls-Royce Derby UK facility.