Cavotec to showcase new GSE at Kuwait forum
Dubai, December 4, 2013
Global engineering group Cavotec will exhibit its ground support equipment (GSE) at the upcoming Kuwait Airport Development Forum to be held in Kuwait next week.
The group will highlight the potential growth opportunities the group sees in the Middle East airports sector at the two-day event to be held from December 8.
The forum will bring together representatives from airports, airlines, suppliers and industry groups from across the Middle East.
Cavotec’s airport market unit has won several substantial orders for the manufacture, installation and commissioning of its advanced GSE at various applications in Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, UAE, India and Pakistan, over the past year.
During the show, the company will demonstrate how its innovative GSE is helping airports across the Middle East operate more efficiently and more sustainably, said the company in a statement.
It will also highlight its clean apron concept that eliminates non-essential mobile GSE vehicles, such as costly auxiliary power units, from the apron and delivers utilities to the aircraft (air, fuel, power, water and wet services) via in-ground pit systems.
“Cavotec’s clean apron concept enables airports to improve operational efficiency through, for example,faster turnaround times; and reduce emissions and noise pollution, as well as reduce operating costs,” said Juergen Strommer, the managing director of Cavotec Middle East.
“During the exhibition, we will also take the opportunity to listen to our customers, which will give us a better understandingof their technical requirements and of the challenges they face. Working closely with customers, we develop long-term relationships that often incorporate customer input into the planning and design of future products,” Strommer added. - TradeArabia News Service
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