Cat Dealer (Allied Machinery Ltd.) in Afghanistan Prove that Zero Injuries is Possible AML operate “REFURB” programs, which entails the inspection of Cat equipment and making necessary repairs to bring the machines up to standards. And despite working 70-75 hours per week, technicians at AML’ REFURB facilities have achieved more than a full year with zero injuries. This is even more impressive when you consider the conditions in which these personnel are working.
“We haven’t had an accident since 2010, and it’s due to the focus on safety that our workforce has at all times,” said Ameer Buksh, Program Manager for Allied Machinery. “Whether it’s protective gear for grinding on a piece of steel, welding, lifting heavy equipment, or keeping the path clear toward fire extinguishers so they can be quickly reached in an emergency, our team is 100 percent focused on working injury-free, and our results prove it.” (source : Caterpillar Website)
Contract has been signed between Etisalaat Afghanistan and Allied Machinery Ltd against supply of 65 X GEP 22 KVA genset & 65 X ATI 63. These generator sets are being used by the customer on various telecom sites in Afghanistan
7th June, 2012
Assist Consultant, Kabul-Afghanistan.
Allied has sold eight units of 3512B - 1500 KVA to Assist Consultant., These genset are being used by the customer on various ongoing projects in Afghanistan.
22nd May, 2012
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