Semi-Automatic Loading / Offloading Solutions for Baggage and Cargo Handling Applications
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Power Stow designs and manufactures belt conveyor solutions for the baggage and cargo handling industry.
The company´s flagship product is the Rollertrack conveyor, a unique belt loader extension that provides enhanced working conditions for ramp agents inside aircraft while improving productivity and reducing baggage loading / unloading process times.
The conveyor has been proven by customer analysis to reduce body injuries by more than 50% and provides ground handlers, airports and airlines option for up to 30% faster turnaround times. Providing high quality, low maintenance costs and improved productivity, the solution offers a significant return on investment (ROI) to both owners and users.
The company's products are designed for reliability and availability in all weather conditions, from arctic to tropic.
Extendable belt loader system for optimised baggage handling operations
Rollertrack is particularly effective on bulk-loaded and higher capacity aircrafts, such as the B737-800/900, B757 or A319/320/321 aircraft, and the efficient turnaround times improve gate operations and speed-up airline.
Power Stow's solution helps ground handlers becoming faster and more efficient during loading and unloading of bulk baggage and cargo.
Enhanced working conditions with innovative baggage handling equipment
Power Stow aims to create a better work environment with innovative baggage handling equipment that requires less physical exertion and potentially reduces the long-term physical impact on the human body, as well as the risk of personal injuries.
The company's innovations decrease physical strain on ramp workers while improving their effectivity during baggage loading and unloading operations.
Reduced risk of injury for baggage handlers
The Rollertrack eliminates the repetitive lifting, turning and tossing of bags from the door position, while the elevating loading head prevents the baggage handlers inside the hold from lifting baggage from the floor.
The conveyor have a proven track record of more than 50% reduction in sick leave related to back and shoulder injuries.
Power Stow has gained an operations safety approval from the Germany's "Berufsgenossenschaft". Furthermore, the Power Stow Rollertrack is well recognised by HSE organisations worldwide.
Reduced aircraft and baggage damage
The Power Stow Rollertrack secures bags inside the hold to significantly reduce floor and baggage damage, as well as costs while ensuring passenger satisfaction.
The auto-levelling feature makes sure that the conveyor is always automatically adjusted to the shifting loads of the aircraft in order to prevent damage, and built-in sensors ensure that the Flexramp is horizontally adjusted and follows the up / down movements of the aircraft.
Customised conveyor solutions
The Rollertrack conveyor can be adopted for gas, diesel or electric-powered belt loaders.
Our engineers work in close collaboration with the market's major belt loader manufacturers to provide a complete solution to meet our client's standards and requirements.
Market-leading innovation since 2005
Introduced to the public at Inter Airport Europe 2005, the Rollertrack is celebrating its 12th anniversary in 2017.
Through constant improvement, longstanding relationships and involvement of all stakeholders, Power Stow has become the market leader of this unique technology with more than 700 systems bringing value to over 100 airports in daily operations worldwide.
About Power Stow
Power Stow was established in 2003 when founder Martin Vestergaard saw the potential for a system that would improve working conditions for airport ramp agents, as well as enhance efficiency and reduce baggage loading / unloading process times without compromising quality or performance.
The company currently employs more than 80 people with production carried out at its facility just outside Roskilde, Denmark, as well as a facility near Atlanta, Georgia, US.