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NLA Gets $8.3 Million Printing System

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedNWC Signs US$7.23 Million Contract to Procure Digital Water Meters for KMA RelatedGovernment to Make Annoucement on Net Billing in Two Weeks NLA Gets $8.3 Million Printing System EnvironmentNovember 17, 2015Written by: Alecia Smith-Edwards RelatedNEPA Celebrates World Town Planning Day from Nov. 8 to 9 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail center_img The turnaround times for map-based and land registration services provided by the National Land Agency (NLA), are expected to be further reduced with the use of an $8.3 million printing system.The system, which was donated by Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners, was officially handed over during a ceremony at the downtown Kingston offices of the NLA on Monday, November 16.Now in operation for a year, the system has gone through a series of tests, and is now fully integrated into the NLA’s Information Technology System Architecture.Since its installation, the system has been used to print maps, plans and other large format documents for the Agency’s customers.Welcoming the donation, Minister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickergsill, said this revolutionary system is expected to raise the level and quality of production in the provision of map-based and land registration services to the public.“These improvements in service have all been made possible through timely investments by the Jamaican Government and the private/public sector partnerships with organisations such as Noranda Jamaica Bauxite, which continue to provide assistance in modernising our infrastructure,” he said.The Minister noted that these investments and partnerships will ultimately ensure greater development and increased revenue through new and improved products and services.He further informed that some of the NLA’s internal business processes have been modified to leverage the system’s high technology capabilities, resulting in improved efficiencies and product quality.“Some of these modified business processes include the use of the Océ system to scan and upload images to certified pre-check plans to the Document Scanning System (DSS) database and to print copies of large format deposited plans for customers to the title search section of the Land Titles Division,” he said.The system includes an Océ Colour Wave 650 plotter, which is a wide format commercial grade printer, capable of printing documents up to 42 inches wide, in colour. It requires no warm-up, thus reducing the response time for producing prints and can run uninterrupted for over 24 hours. These features allow for high efficiency and productivity in document printing operations.It also comprises the TC4 Scanner, which upgrades the Colour wave 650 Plotter to a multi-functional, integrated scan-copy-print system. The scanner can accommodate a variety of media types up to 36 inches wide.The scanner facilitates direct copying by sending the scanned image directly to the plotter for either immediate printing for storage in a print queue for later printing. Documents can also be scanned for digital storage, editing or use on a computer system. Photo: JIS PhotographerManager, Topographic and Hydrographic Surveys, National Land Agency (NLA), Calvin Thompson (left), shows off the high quality of the image produced by an $8.3 million printing system housed at the NLA. Admiring the document (at right) is Property and Legal Director, Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners, David Wong Ken. Also pictured is Chief Executive Officer (CEO), NLA, Elizabeth Stair. The system, which was donated by Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners, was officially handed over during a ceremony at the downtown Kingston offices of the NLA on November 16. NLA Gets $8.3 Million Printing SystemJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Story HighlightsThe turnaround times for map-based and land registration services provided by the National Land Agency (NLA), are expected to be further reduced with the use of an $8.3 million printing system.The system, which was donated by Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners, was officially handed over during a ceremony at the downtown Kingston offices of the NLA on Monday, November 16.Now in operation for a year, the system has gone through a series of tests, and is now fully integrated into the NLA’s Information Technology System Architecture.last_img read more

DRC wants in on Uganda, Tanzania pipeline deal

first_imgThe Democratic Republic of Congo is looking in to join the Uganda – Tanzania oil pipeline according to Tanzania’s Minister for Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospter Muhongo reports Daily News.The Minister said that he will be meeting with Congo counter parts to discuss how the mineral rich country can get involved in the project. He added that Burundi and South Sudan are also expected to use the pipeline.“The pipeline would be useful in the course of transporting oil from Lake Tanganyika if the search for oil in the lake is successful,” he saidUganda has begun construction part of the project where they have provided 40 percent shares of the project to five East African countries with each country holding eight percent shares (150 million US dollars).On the other hand, Tanzania has warned its residents from invading the land that has been set aside for the construction of railway, ordering those in those areas to relocate.“Those who will be found to have invaded the areas after August, last year – the start of the pipeline construction deal – will not be compensated,” he said.Construction of the pipeline is scheduled to start in August, this year and expected to be completed before 2020.last_img read more

Transfer: Malaga Make Enquiry For Nigerian Forward Isaac Success

first_imgSpanish La Liga strugglers Malaga have made enquiry about the possibility of Nigerian forward Issac Success joining the Andalusian club before the end of the current transfer window.Issac Success, 22, has struggled to nail down a regular place at Watford since his club-record £12.5m move from another Spanish club, Granada, to the London club in the summer of 2016.Malaga have already made a big Nigerian transfer after Super Eagles striker Brown Ideye joined the club earlier on Monday on loan from Chinese Super League outfit Tianjin Teda until the end of the season.Former junior international, Issac Success, has played for the Super Eagles of Nigeria once as he made his debut during the game against the Teranga Lions of Senegal on March 23, 2017.Issac Success would be hoping to stake a late claim to a place in the Super Eagles squad ahead of this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Russia.Relatedlast_img read more