How can your airport handle an ever-growing volume of bags within a limited footprint and prepare for future growth? Our unique shuttle-based automated system, ADAPTO BAGSTORE, is the answer you’re looking for.

Maximum flexibility comes as standard with ADAPTO BAGSTORE. The system incorporates a racking structure combined with an integrated track on which the shuttles can make their multidirectional moves.

ADAPTO BAGSTORE can be used to facilitate all types of batching processes – from compressed to early builds. Its extremely high redundancy and throughput capacities allow bags to be “pulled” out as required, and flight build cells to be used in the most efficient way.

This is a highly cost-effective solution – and the modular design makes best use of existing floor space and infrastructure in the most effective way. New racking and shuttles can be added when needed, making scalability an easy option. It all means that ADAPTO BAGSTORE can seamlessly match your airport’s future growth ambitions.

In addition, it makes use of RF tags in our TUBTRAX ICS carriers for tracking and tracing, which ensure the constant availability of each bag. It’s also a sustainable option because the system’s intelligent power management, low moving mass and decreased dependence on conveyors combine to reduce energy consumption.

This solution integrates perfectly with BAGFLOW, our end-to-end approach to baggage automation.

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