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TUV Rheinland and DiSa Signed Strategic Cooperation Agreement

TUV Rheinland Hong Kong Limited (TUV Rheinland) and DiSa Digital Safety Pte. Ltd. (“DiSa”) has recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement.

TUVTUV Rheinland and DiSa agreed to cooperate in the field of UV-C Disinfection Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) in the global market.

The Agreement specifies DiSa and TUV Rheinland joint synergetic development of markets, including the strengthening of cooperation in the fields of research and development testing of AGVs and to further expand into certification. This cooperation will leverage on their strengths and experience in order to promote competitiveness in the transportation and other related industry.

“Since 1872, TUV Rheinland has been committed to ensure the safety and quality of the interaction between man, technology, and the environment. We have always been supporting innovation and new technological developments. We see this in DiSa when they unveiled in Singapore their state-of-the-art UV-C Disinfection AGVs built to address the current Covid-19 pandemic situation. Of course, as what we are globally known for as TUV Rheinland, my team will be involved in the safety assurance and performance of the DiSa UV-C Disinfection AGVs when it is launched to the market”, said Vincent Tan, Vice President of Mobilty/Rail, TUV Rheinland Greater China and Asia Pacific.

“Through our cooperation, we hope to establish an excellent partnership with TUV Rheinland and I am excited that TUV Rheinland has given us this strategic opportunity to work with their team. This will serve as an encouragement and motivation to DiSa commitment as we tap into diversified business in these challenging economic times”, said Eddie Chng, MD and Group CEO of DiSa Limited.


Nitisha Dubey

I am a Journalist with a post graduate degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. I love reading non-fiction books, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisines. Biographies and historical movies are few favourites.

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