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  • -Airport becomes responsible for sortation, how to shift this responsibility? Role of Airport becomes more important, they impact your reputation-Ownership of the bag becomes splitted-Discussion if something goes wrong, introduction of SLA’s etc.
  • -How to make sure no ‘garbage’ enters the system?-How to work with the government rule?-more earnings for airline
  • -Reduction of missorting due to automation-Reduction of staff-Dependency on airports performance, need for reporting and detailed information

2013_Workshop_Ground_Handling_DURAND_REKKO - VANDERLANDE 2013_Workshop_Ground_Handling_DURAND_REKKO - VANDERLANDE Presentation Transcript

  • Vanderlande IndustriesBaggage Handling Systems22 May 2013Airport Infra ExpoDurand Rekko
  • • Over 60 years experience in Material Handling Systems• Baggage Handling Systems since 1967• Worldwide market leader in Baggage Handling Systems (> 600 airports)• Net annual sales > EUR 700 Million• > 2700 employees• Global presenceTHE COMPANY
  • BUSINESS AREASBaggage handlingDistributionParcel & PostalServicesOrder intake financial years 2007-201148%16%19%17%
  • Alicante ESAmsterdam Schiphol NLAtlanta USBarcelona ESBerlin DEHong Kong CNHouston USIzmir TRJeddah SAJohannesburg OR Tambo ZALas Vegas USLondon Heathrow GBMoscow Domodedovo, Sheremetyvo, vnukovo RUHyderabad INNice FROslo Gardermoen NOParis Charles de Gaulle FRRio de Janeiro (Galeão) BRSão Paulo (Guarulhos) BRSeattle USShanghai Hongqiao CNVancouver CABAGGAGE HANDLING
  • 1. Parties involved in the ‘bag process’2. Self Service at Check-in3. Screening of baggage4. Automatic sortation5. IT-Infrastructure interfacesTOP 5 CHANGES FOR BRAZILCheck inX-raySortationMake-up
  • AIRPORTAirline YAirline XCheck inX-raySortationMake-upCheck inX-raySortationMake-upToday FutureAirline YAirline XCheck inX-raySortationMake-upCheck inX-raySortationMake-up1. PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE ‘BAG PROCESS’
  • Today Future2. SELF SERVICE AT CHECK IN
  • Airline ZAirline YAirline XX-raySortationFederal police?Airlines?Airport?3. BAGGAGE SCREENING (X-RAYS)
  • Today Future4. AUTOMATIC SORTATION
  • 5. IT-INFRASTRUCTURESCADAEquipmentPLCSACBMSDCSFADSFIDSHostLINK2940294029402940VIBEStm. SAC(Sort Allocation Computer)VIBEStm. PAS(Process Automation System)VIBEStm.PVS(ProcessVisualisationSystem)
  • 1. Parties involved in the ‘bag process’2. Self Service at Check-in3. Screening of baggage4. Automatic sortation5. IT-Infrastructure interfacesTOP 5 CHANGES FOR BRAZILCheck inX-raySortationMake-up
  • QUESTIONS