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Control and instrumentation specialist, CMR Philippines, has won undisclosed contract to supply and install advanced building management, CCTV and fire detection and alarm systems at one of the South East Asia’s leading pharmaceutical manufacturers.
The work, undertaken at Unilab Pharmaceuticals’ new oral medicines and capsules Delta Amherst plant production plant in Laguna, Binan, sees the design and installation by CMR of facility-wide Siemens Apogee BMS, Siemens Cerberus FDAS and Hikvision CCTV systems.
The advanced computer-based BMS system will be used to control and monitor the 22,000 sq. ft plant’s mechanical and electrical installations and equipment such as ventilation, lighting and power systems
CMR is also providing engineering and testing services as part of a comprehensive package of technical support, which covers the installation, programming and commissioning of advanced CCTV and FDAS capabilities.
The systems will provide improved safety and security for Unilab employees working at Laguna as the manufacturer looks to expand its capabilities through new investment in state-of-the-art manufacturing and production facilities.
Unilab produces a wide range of prescription and consumer health products covering all major therapeutic segments. Many of these products are sector leading brands across the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Myanmar.
Rojel Rivera, general manager at CMR PH, said: “We are a valued and trusted supplier to Unilab and other regional manufacturers, providing cost effective and precision engineered system-based solutions.
“We are building a strong reputation as a first-class supplier to customers such as Unilab, who are looking for technologies to meet critical operational requirements, alongside high levels of reliability and performance in demanding production environments.”
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