Industry: Transportation / Logistics
Specialism: Operations - Operations
Posted on 16 Oct 2020
Our client established in 1971, a multi national companies that recognized as one of the logistics industry with comprehensive services company offering fully integrated logistics solutions, International Freight Forwarding (Sea Freight, Air Freight), Warehouse & Distribution Service, Land Transportation, On-Site Logistics Service, Construction Engineering Services and Maintenance services. Having subsidiaries and associate companies in Malaysia, Japan, India, China and the Middle East.
1. Bales (rectangle blocks of synthetic rubber) visual inspection during normal operation:
- Manual transfer of Bales from roller conveyor to table & vice versa.
- Manual pack & transfer of waste Bale.
- Using butcher knife removing Bale surfaces impurities.
- Using butcher knife, double handles knife & stainless-steel string cutter for sample collection.
- Manual adjustment of Bales weight by cutting away excess weight or cut additional piece to add-on to it.
- Updating of checklists on impurities observation; off-specification Bales transferred & records of samples collected.
- Removed & pack cut waste rubber. Transfer into waste rubber container.
- Removal of leak rubber from equipment.
- Basic troubleshooting / equipment recovery during normal operation.
2. Cleaning of equipment & housekeeping during shutdown:
- Using crowbar for removing of spilled rubber from flooring.
- Using butcher knife cutting excessively large piece of spilled rubber.
- Using metal & plastic scrapper removing spilled rubber from equipment & flooring.
- Using stainless steel string cutter cutting large piece of spilled rubber.
- Using brooms & dustpan on general housekeeping.
- Using waste rag for dry & wet cleaning of equipment.
- Using detergent (magiclean & cif) & stainless polisher for equipment cleaning with aids of sponge & green wool.
- Equipment internal cleaning at temperature range of 28oC to 32oC.
- Laying of LDPE sheet for spill rubber containment.
3. Re-inspection & re-packaging of Bales:
- Using butcher knife cutting embedded impurities from Bales.
- Manual transfer Bales for re-packaging.
- Manual packaging within metal box (30 pieces of 35 kg each) with aids of Bale’s spade & guide.
- Assembling of metal boxes.
- Willing to work at Jurong Island and 12-hour shift
- Able to lift heavy stuffs (35kg worth of rubber) when the machine is down
12 hours rotating shifts ( 8am to 8.30pm or 0800 to 0830am)