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AETOS Secures Major Hospital Project

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May 2018
AETOS has been awarded a contract to supply security manpower services at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Among the factors that contributed towards securing this project were price competitiveness and positive reference checks from AETOS’ existing clients in the healthcare sector, such as the Institute of Mental Health.

Said Mr. Patrick Koh, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, “Moving forward, we hope that this project and the associated downstream opportunities will help establish AETOS as the key security service provider for the healthcare industry”.

The project will last for a duration of 24 months with the option to extend for another 24 months. Under the partnership, AETOS’ Auxiliary Police Officers and Security Officers will carry out various duties, such as access control, visitor management and the enforcement of regulations within the hospital.
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