|Company||thyssenkrupp Airport Solutions|
For most airports, Passenger Boarding Bridges are no longer just a system to enhance passenger comfort on the way from the terminal to the plane, but also a strategic security element. This means that passengers move from the boarding gate in the terminal to their seat on the airplane through a controlled security area.
We are a company of over 400 employees mainly building, installing, and maintaining Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBBs) for airports.
We are part of ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG, the lead company for the ThyssenKrupp Group’s elevator activities. More than 199,000 employees work for the Group world-wide realizing sales over €53 Billion Euros. Because of our association with other ThyssenKrupp companies, we can offer our customers 24/7 service almost anywhere in the world.
Passenger Boarding Bridges from ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems are the outcome of decades of experience in the airport equipment industry. The more than 3,500 units we have installed in airports around the world are proof that the market appreciates our superior quality and technology.
We have had projects ranging from a single Royal Bridge in Jeddah, to more than 123 bridges in Dubai. Currently, our company has three production facilities located in Spain, Mieres (Asturias),Fort Worth, Dallas (Texas) and Zhongshan (China). A network of Sales & Services offices are available to support our clients on all five continents.
Passenger Terminal EXPO 2013: 9th – 11th April 2013, Geneva, Switzerland
ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems will be Exhibiting at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2013 in Geneva at Stand: 6310
The world’s leading international airport terminal conference and exhibition
Passenger Terminal EXPO & CONFERENCE provides the most significant opportunity for airport and airline industries to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale. 2013 will be the 19th international conference and exhibition for passenger terminal design, management, security and technology.
Passenger Terminal EXPO & CONFERENCE 2013 over three days will bring together CEOs, senior airport and airline executives, architects, engineers, key decision makers, suppliers and buyers from all over the world to pool information and exchange ideas about the future development of the airport industry. The Passenger Terminal conference and exhibition is a world-class event that attracts over 3,500 attendees from airports, airlines, aviation authorities and related businesses, with at least 85 countries represented each year.