OXplus to install and implement IBM Maximo in Cairo, Egypt
OXplus, the Smart Asset Management Company, has been selected for the installation and implementation of IBM Maximo for a Metro Line in Cairo, Egypt. This new project, and the close collaboration between the Operator and Maintainer and OXplus, form an important next step in further standardizing Asset Management Excellence across all locations. Previous experience working together on the Riyadh Metro Project was the perfect foundation for a strong partnership to provide the market with Asset Management Systems and Solutions of the highest quality in the World.
Earlier the National Authority for Tunnels (NAT, the Government Agency under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Transport, and owner of the Cairo Metro network) commissioned the Operator and Maintainer, through its local subsidiary, for the Operation and Maintenance of the Metro Line, as well as its future extensions.
Facts & Figures:
• Over 350,000 Passengers a day
• Over 20 Kilometers of track, with possibility to be extended to 40 Kilometers
• Over 19 Stations, to be extended to 34 Stations
• Total Operational and Maintenance Employees over 2,000
State-of-the-art Metro Services
The prime mission is to offer the population of Cairo state-of-the-art metro services, in line with International standards, put in place in major cities around the world. Goals include higher punctuality and regularity, strong asset maintenance capabilities, and acclaimed customer service practices.
When looking at strong asset maintenance capabilities OXplus came into play as the global leader in Smart Asset Management Solutions. The collaboration on the Riyadh Metro Project resulted in a strong partnership and this new project is a logical next step and basis for further engagements.
The mission of OXplus is to enable Railway and Rolling Stock Organizations to manage their assets in a safe, reliable and efficient manner. They improve and predict maintenance processes based on existing data to prevent downtime, work more efficiently, and achieve the prime mission set by the Operator and Maintainer.