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Daifuku to provide Montréal-Trudeau with new baggage handling system

Posted: 17 October 2016 | International Airport Review | No comments yet

Daifuku have been awarded an Explosives Detection System (EDS) Retrofit contract for its baggage handling system…

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Japanese company Daifuku Airport Technologies (ATec) have been awarded an Explosives Detection System (EDS) contract for its baggage handling system by Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.

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The company will replace the existing system at the Canadian airport with an Individual Carrier System (ICS) utilising its Baggage Tray System (BTS) technology to improve the tracking efficiencies and reduce in-system times.

“Our vast experience and expertise in providing customers with innovative and flexible solutions were key factors in winning this project.”

The new system is thought to be installed over multiple phases, including the integration of Morpho CTX 9800, standard belt conveyors and the BTS to provide transportation both pre and post Explosive Detection System with delivery to final sortation and baggage make-up.

“We are pleased to continue our long-term relationship with Aéroports de Montréal,” said Matt Walker, Daifuku’s account manager.

“Our vast experience and expertise in providing customers with innovative and flexible solutions were key factors in winning this project.”

He added that he maintains a strong belief that the Japanese firm’s BTS solution is one of the most adaptable and flexible products on the market and facilitates easier integration with current baggage facilities.

Daifuku Airport Technologies already provides baggage handling systems and services at many of airports worldwide.  

 

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