Alstef Group has won a contract for baggage handling system upgrades at Tepic and Puerto Escondido international airports in Mexico.
Scheduled for commissioning by mid-2024, the projects encompass comprehensive baggage handling systems for both departure and arrival processes at Tepic International Airport, the main airport in the Mexican state of Nayarit, and Puerto Escondido International Airport, in the state of Oaxaca. Both airports are operated by Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares, a Mexican Government-owned corporation.
The new Tepic International Airport Terminal departures system will include 23 check-in positions, an EDS (explosive detection system) screening line, a make-up carousel, and an out-of-gauge (OOG) line equipped with screening capabilities. The arrivals system includes three reclaim carousels and an OOG line with integrated screening.
The new Puerto Escondido International Airport Terminal will include 16 check-in positions, one EDS screening line, a make-up lateral, and an OOG line equipped with screening capabilities. The arrivals system will offer three reclaim carousels and an OOG line with integrated screening.
Established in 16 countries and with installed systems on all five continents, Alstef Group has more than 800 employees. The group generated revenue of over €160m in 2022.
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