Facility services specialist ABM has announced a multi-year extension of its long-standing relationship with Tampa International Airport (TPA).

The extended partnership will see ABM continue its decade-long support of TPA’s employee shuttle service, including the expansion of the airport’s electric vehicle (EV) shuttle fleet with the addition of four new electric buses. ABM also manages customer parking services at TPA.

“From the airport employee to the traveling customer, our focus remains centred on delivering an outstanding experience for all those we serve across TPA,” said Larry DeLuca, vice president, aviation landside services central, ABM. “We are particularly excited to support the continued adoption of electrification at TPA. Through this expansion of the airport’s shuttle fleet electrification, ABM and TPA are helping lead the aviation industry to a more electrified, forward-thinking and sustainable future.”

This partnership reflects ABM’s innovation and expansion as a national leader in eMobility infrastructure solutions, the company said, while also fitting seamlessly into TPA’s sustainability commitment to design and implement programs that are economically wise and environmentally and socially responsible. As ABM continues to bolster its presence in the eMobility and EV sectors, including the company’s recent introduction of its Smart Parking solution ABMVantage and the growth of its EV charging infrastructure portfolio, supporting electrification across parking and transportation fleets is a key area of focus.

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