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Exceed your customers’ expectations

Several factors drive investments in automated hold baggage solutions at airports. These include: the growth of worldwide passenger volumes; the need to optimise your offer to attract airlines; and the requirement to facilitate more transfer flights with shorter connection times.

These developments increase the relevance of – and dependence on – high-capacity, full track-and-trace baggage handling systems.

At Vanderlande, we understand the complexities of a successful baggage handling operation. As such, we have defined the next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions. These support you through an integrated portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services.

The next generation of scalable solutions

In order to meet any customer’s demands in full, Vanderlande has defined the next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions. They will allow these challenges to be met through an integrated portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services.

BAGFLOW

Vanderlande’s comprehensive approach to baggage processes can be seen in BAGFLOW. It is a scalable, modular and innovative concept that integrates the complete journey of a bag.

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FLEET

FLEET is a flexible and sustainable baggage logistics solution. By using autonomous vehicle technology and intelligent software it enables the seamless baggage handling from check-in to apron.

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The references for baggage handling

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Istanbul Airport

In order to meet Istanbul Airport’s challenging deadlines and complex requirements, Vanderlande proposed an innovative, large-scale solution that combined hardware, software and life-cycle services.

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Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) – or Chek Lap Kok – is among the busiest airports in the world. In 2018, it is expected to handle over 73 million passengers and more than five million tonnes of cargo.

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Oslo Airport

Oslo Airport is the second busiest airport in the Nordic region and aspiring to be among the top ten in Europe. However, due to anticipated growth, it had to consider its strategy surrounding future expansion.

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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has long been at the heart of Europe’s aviation industry. However, growth has been higher than anticipated in recent times, and the airport has to balance this with other factors. By partnering with Vanderlande, Schiphol aims to safeguard its position for many decades to come.

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London Heathrow Airport

Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports, serving 185 destinations. Enhancing its existing infrastructure is high on the agenda. As such, the airport has created the world’s largest integrated baggage system – Terminal 3 Integrated Baggage (T3IB).

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