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Talk - Leading the Revolution of Train Asset Management
Nowadays, MTR operates over 1800 passenger vehicles along 10 heavy rail lines and one light rail systems, serving over 4 million passengers daily. Sustaining asset performance growth is paramount important for HK passengers. Great challenges are encountered due to non-linear changes on customer expectation, asset aging, cost reduction as a result of no fare rise and lost of talent due to retirement wave. In order to continue the growth of high train performance, a revolution mechanism is developed to manage train asset on four “P” approach, namely Performance, Practices, People and Platform. With the Best Practices on Asset management, MTR train performance sustains a substantial growth in the past decade. The revolution journey continues under the MTR Vision 2020. The Seminar will share how the approach brings the asset management revolution.
This seminar is jointly organised with HKARMS.
Date: 30 Mar 2010 (Tue)
Venue: CILTHK Office
Max. no. of participants: 40
Medium: English (If all participants are Cantonese, the seminar will be delivered in Cantonese)
Enrolment Deadline: 26 Mar 10
Ir Dr Lee Kar Yun, Tony is currently the Rolling Stock Fleet Manager of MTR looking after the first line maintenance of over 1800 passenger vehicles plus 10 depots of the entire Hong Kong railway network. He has over 25 years of rolling stock and systems engineering experiences. He is also an active railway system researcher and is the Co-investigator of the "Smart Railway Sensor Networks" research project run by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and hold few Patents for fibre optic sensors inventions.
Please complete the attached application form for registration. Completed application form should fax to CILTHK office at 2866-6118 or email to me directly at email@example.com . Confirmation notice will be sent respectively if seat is confirmed. Due to the limitation of CILTHK website, online registration for HKARMS members would not be accepted.
Download: Registration form
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