For many years, Jebsen Industrial’s Automation & Services business line has worked collaboratively with Teupen , the world’s leading solutions partner for access solutions at height. While the German manufacturer provides aerial work platform solutions, Automation & Services offers sound engineering advice, technical training and after-sales support. The collaboration allows customers to benefit from a global solution that has been localised to their specific needs.
This convincing value proposition has helped the team secured two major projects recently — the development of a new hotel and casino resort, MGM COTAI in Macau and the construction of Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation’s West Kowloon Terminus.
Redefining Macau’s cityscape
By the second quarter of 2017, Macau would have added a new ‘jewellery box’ to its collection of high-end resorts and casinos. The new MGM COTAI is a sprawling new leisure destination along the city’s famed Cotai Strip, offering 1,500 hotel rooms and suites, meeting spaces, premium spa, retail offerings and food and beverage outlets as well as the first international Mansion at MGM for the ultimate luxury experience.
MGM COTAI Overview (Image Source: Focus Gaming News)
Jebsen Industrial is helping to turn this HK billion project into reality by collaborating with Teupen to deploy two work platform solutions from the brand’s LEO series. The LEO 36 T and LEO 50 GT, with a maximum working height of 36m and 50m respectively, are proving to be a valuable instrument in the complex, large-scale construction project.
LEO 50 GT (Image Source: Teupen )
Connecting Mainland China and Hong Kong
The A&S team is also working hard to contribute to greater connectivity between Mainland China and Hong Kong as part of a new contract awarded by Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation. Having convinced the customer of the reliability, efficiency and suitability of the Teupen LEO 50 GT work platforms for this project, the A&S team has deployed two such units to aid in the construction of the West Kowloon Terminus.
The station is the terminus of the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, which is said to be the largest of its kind in the world and expected to handle approximately 99,000 passengers every day.
Photomontage of West Kowloon Terminus (Image Source: MTR)
“We have enjoyed a synergistic relationship with Teupen for many years. By combining their world-class technology with our local market knowledge, we are able to deliver strong customer value that is unique to Jebsen Industrial,” said Rachel Cheung, Business Line Leader of Automation & Services.