UniVision Engineering Ltd
04 January 2006
For release 4 January 2006
UniVision Engineering Ltd
('UniVision' or 'the Group)
Extension to MTR Maintenance Contract
UniVision, the AIM listed Hong Kong based designer and installer of digital
surveillance and integrated security systems, is pleased to announce an
extension to its current maintenance contract with Hong Kong's metro operator,
the MTR Corporation.
UniVision will continue to provide maintenance support for the MTR's CCTV
systems, passenger information display and the public address systems. The
contract is for a period of three years and is expected to contribute £1.5
million in revenues over that period. The contract is open to further three year
The MTR transports 2.5 million passengers on a normal weekday and is a key part
of Hong Kong's public transport network.
Stephen Koo, Executive Chairman of UniVision, commented, 'This contract
extension is particularly pleasing as it serves as testament to the quality of
the service we provide our customers. MTR is a high profile example of the work
undertaken by our company and this 3 year deal provides further visibility in
For further information visit www.uvel.com or contact
Univision Engineering Limited +852 2389 3256
Stephen Koo, Chairman
Johnny Tang, Finance Director
Tavistock Communications 020 7920 3150
Christian Taylor - Wilkinson
Notes to Editors:
About UniVision Engineering
UniVision was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1979 and is now established in Hong
Kong, Macau and China. The Group designs, sources and sells its own brand-name
products and OEM products including, Microprocessor CCTV Control Systems, Video
Distribution Amplifiers, Fibre Optic Transmission Systems and Smart Card Access
UniVision currently offers hybrid security systems and has a portfolio of
cutting edge digital technology used by its blue chip client base and the Hong
Kong Government. UniVision is included in the Hong Kong Government's list of
'Approved Suppliers and Installation of Video Electronics Equipment'.
To date the Group has completed high profile projects for clients including Hong
Kong International Airport, Tsing Ma Bridge Crossing, Mass Transit Railway,
Shanghai Plaza 66 and Sydney CityRail Network selling its products through its
distribution channels in China, Taiwan and other Asian countries.
The Group listed on AIM, part of the London Stock Exchange, in December 2005.
About MTR Corporation
Established in 1975, the MTR currently operates a railway network of 91.0
kilometres, which includes over 120.6 km of tunnels (some route sections have
several tunnels). With 53 stations and carrying an average of 2.5 million
passengers on a weekday, the MTR has been confirmed by recent benchmarking
studies as one of the world's finest railways for safety, reliability, customer
service and cost efficiency.
It provides 19 hours of passenger service daily from 6 am to 1 am, and during
the morning peak hours, an 8-car train with a capacity for 2,500 passengers will
run at 2.1 minute intervals, carrying 70,000 passengers per hour per direction.
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