Birmingham International Airport was commencing a programme to improve its approach to asset management with particular emphasis on gaining a better understanding of its asset base in terms of the condition and forward capital requirements. They highlighted the need for a new Computerised Maintenance & Asset Management System (CMMS) System.
Time is one of the highest priorities for every airport across the world which means all its operations must be highly efficient and ultimately streamlined if these hygiene services are not to impact on the customer experience in this busy environment.
MCP Consulting Group attends the MAINTEC: 17 Exhibition, NEC, Birmingham and Maintenance Scotland, SEC, Glasgow. Maintec and its sister event Maintenance Scotland are the UK’s premier events for the maintenance engineering and asset management community. This year both are under new ownership and the 2017 events have delivered an outstanding showcase for exciting developments, content … Read More
Dubai International Airport has grown to become the world’s largest international airport serving over 90 million passengers per year. Engineering and Facility maintenance costs are a significant operating expenditure which, if not managed meticulously, can spiral out of control as growth and expansion takes place.
Incoming inspection area was unable to meet throughput demand. This was creating on-time delivery problems to the customer due to unpredictable delays, or excessive use of overtime to control the flow through this area. Urgent action was required…