News

December 13, 2017 Vanderlande’s Nordic service team ready to go
To better support Vanderlande’s service activities across northernmost Europe, a Nordic service team has been created. This new all-round team will provide support across all of Vanderlande’s business segments: airports, warehousing and parcel. The Nordic service team will help to sharpen the company’s focus with its Nordic customers, as well as ensure that it increases its local operational expertise. The team consists of experienced technicians and process engineers.
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Category: Life-cycle services

July 04, 2017 Split Airport selects integrated solution from Vanderlande

Split Airport in Croatia has selected Vanderlande to supply a new baggage handling system, which will include VIBES software and a life-cycle services package. The system will be installed in the airport’s new terminal and delivery is planned for completion by 30 April 2018.

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Category: Airports, Life-cycle services

June 01, 2017 Tocumen International Airport, Panama selects Vanderlande for O&M support

Vanderlande has taken responsibility for the operations and maintenance (O&M) at Tocumen International Airport, Panama’s leading hub between North and South America. This represents another important step toward a larger programme in which Vanderlande will become Tocumen’s preferred baggage handling partner.

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Category: Airports, Life-cycle services

November 14, 2016 Spare parts management crucial for customers

Having the correct part in stock results in reduced lead times and system downtime, as well as a decrease in costs for our customers, while safeguarding a streamlined operation. That is why Vanderlande has invested in a forecasting tool that uses historical data to ensure parts are stocked on a more efficient basis.

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Category: Life-cycle services

July 13, 2016 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport ready for Olympic Games

Vanderlande’s site-based operations and maintenance (O&M) team at Terminal 3 of São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) is eagerly anticipating the start of the 2016 Olympics. Brazil’s busiest airport handled nearly 40 million passengers in 2014, and has plans to take that number up to 60 million by 2022.

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Category: Life-cycle services, Airports