Schiphol Amsterdam Airport (AMS) is testing three new lifting aids to help lighten the workload for its baggage handlers.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has purchased 30 new lifting aids from Power Stow to help lighten the workload for employees in the baggage hall.
Schiphol Airport is electrifying it ground equipment, deploying 30 new electric Ground Power Units (e-GPUs).
Royal Schiphol Group is collaborating with Liander to construct a new high-voltage substation at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS).
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) is working with baggage handling companies to test new technologies to lighten labour demands.
Autonomous technology could be the future of ramp operations, allowing ground-handling activities to become safer and more efficient.
Royal Schiphol Group has presented a series of decisions to deliver quieter, cleaner and better aviation practices.