Vanderlande Airport Check-In Equipment, Baggage Sorting Systems and Hold Baggage Screening
Vanderlande is the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports. This ranges from the design of the departures hall itself to the check-in and bag drop systems, through to automated passenger security checkpoints. At all times, Vanderlande is dedicated to designing solutions that facilitate the efficient and smooth transit of both passengers and luggage, and optimising the experience for all travellers.
The company has established a global reputation over the past six decades as a highly reliable partner for airports, and uses its experience to implement the optimal baggage handling solution. Vanderlande’s highly skilled project managers are continually proactive and supportive, even during the most challenging times. This ensures that the company never fails to deliver on its promise to customers, and that their operations remain competitive for the full lifetime of the system.
Vanderlande’s baggage handling systems move more than three billion pieces of luggage around the world per year, which equates to around 8.8 million per day. These systems are active in 600 airports, and in 14 of the world’s top 20. However, the company doesn’t simply deliver systems, but instead focuses on the optimisation of its customers’ business processes and competitive positions.
Reliable, value-added baggage handling systems for airports
Airports of all sizes expect value-added systems as standard, with the highest available levels of reliability. The design must be permanently focused on achieving the maximum efficiency of all functions and processes, while factoring in tight airline turnaround times, and capacity and automation level requirements.
As the market leader, Vanderlande has extensive experience in designing and installing a wide range of systems all over the world. The company develops solutions with the capacity to handle peak times, as well as adapt to any future expansion. With high levels of performance and availability, these solutions are proven to reduce costs, and enhance the management of any operation.
Vanderlande actively listens to the requirements of its customers to ensure its designs improve the passenger experience and reduce costs. The company also guarantees that there are no disruptions to live operations during the installation of new equipment, or the maintenance of existing systems. In addition, Vanderlande is proud to continually develop innovative and sustainable solutions that minimise its customers’ footprint and strengthen the competitiveness of their business.
Innovative baggage handling technology
All baggage handling systems must include a number of standard functions and procedures. These include check-in and flight make-up areas, as well as the multi-level screening process required by authorities worldwide. However, the passenger experience needs to be optimised and each journey managed seamlessly.
The biggest challenge for airports is to incorporate all of these functions and processes. These must also be combined with airline turnaround times and capacity, and automation level requirements in an efficient and cost-effective way. Using its first-class consultative and design skills, Vanderlande is able to supply the optimal solution to match the requirements of any airport.
It utilises every available form of baggage handling technology and possess the know-how to design, implement, integrate and maintain it effectively. The company’s flexible and modular products reduce any element of risk and lead times to an absolute minimum, including:
- BAGSTORE: ideal for facilitating a baggage ‘on demand’ or ‘pull’ concept, it maximises an airport’s flexibility and control
- BLUEVEYOR: the world’s first conveyor free of harmful or toxic chemicals has been designed for reuse at the end of life, and minimises energy consumption
- STACK@EASE: highly flexible and ergonomic loading aid solution that takes the heavy lifting out of baggage loading in flight make-up environments.
Vanderlande is also active in solutions for the improvement of the passenger experience, for example SCANNOJET, the world’s most advanced automated passenger checkpoint for the screening of passengers and their hand baggage in airports or other secured areas.
Intelligent software for baggage handling operations
Airport operators are facing numerous challenges due to tougher security checks, customs and border control, and tighter and frequently changing flight schedules. They are also under pressure to meet increasingly higher expectations from airports that want to deliver a world-class service to airlines, and in turn to their passengers.
To cope with these demands, Vanderlande has developed its state-of-the-art VIBES software. Designed to meet the needs of airport operators, handling agents, passengers and airlines, it provides the flexible, effective and integrated control of baggage handling operations.
VIBES is a smart solution that facilitates the complete control of airport baggage handling operations, from the point of entry at check-in through to final reconciliation and loading. It enables analysis of the baggage handling performance, ensures that fewer bags miss their flights, less operators are needed and minimal floor space is required. Aimed at optimising all available assets, it provides real-time information allowing airports to make further improvements to their operations.
Vanderlande’s lifecycle solutions result in optimal baggage flows, supporting favourable aircraft turnaround times and reductions of minimum connection times for passengers. Perfect planning and execution of operations and maintenance also reduce the missed bag rate, leading to positive passenger experiences and lower costs for airlines.
Vanderlande’s service solutions are focused on managing and executing baggage operations and maintenance. Its expertise can further enhance any baggage handling performance through clear lifecycle plans, helping airports to stay secure and be prepared for the future, as well as achieving the highest possible return on investment.
Customers gain invaluable insight from Vanderlande’s transparent data and information about end-to-end baggage performance, enabling continuous improvement. The company’s integrated future-proof solutions provide efficient and sustainable benefits to ensure its customers’ operations run smoothly and profitably. In boosting performance and competitiveness in the market, it allows them to focus on achieving their strategic goals.
Innovation and sustainability
Vanderlande is continuously investing in innovative and sustainable technology and solutions in response to market demand. Through its products and solutions, it aims to contribute to its customers’ objectives in terms of their responsibilities to stakeholders, and to the environment. Innovation is at the heart of what Vanderlande does, and it proactively assesses the market and absorbs customer feedback to ensure its solutions continue to surpass expectations.
This has produced a wide range of innovative developments for airports covering the full range of activities. These include SCANNOJET passenger checkpoints, high-speed individual carrier systems TUBTRAX and BAGTRAX, BAGSTORE, BLUEVEYOR and BAXORTER. The STACK@EASE lifting device enables handlers to maintain high levels of productivity for sustained periods.
Sustainability is also an important factor. Vanderlande redesigns products inspired by the Cradle to Cradle® principles, which assesses materials not only on their physical properties, but also on their effects on humans, the environment and their capacity for being recycled. This enables and promotes the repeated re-use of materials, closing the loop and continuing the cycle with minimal use of energy.
These efforts support the sustainable airport concept and Vanderlande is committed to helping its customers achieve their environmental goals. The best example is BLUEVEYOR, the world’s first Cradle to Cradle conveyor, which lowers maintenance costs and reduces energy consumption by up to 80% compared with traditional conveyors.
Products and Services
Project Management: The Vital Link
Vanderlande has proved its project management capabilities with over 1000 references at more than 600 airports worldwide.
Smart Buffering for a Better Baggage Process
It's widely accepted that some form of short-term storage or buffering of baggage makes an essential contribution to an efficient baggage handling process. But there's no universal, 'one size fits all' solution.
Making Passenger Check-In and Baggage Drop-Off Faster and More Cost-Effective
Saving time, reducing labour costs, improving passenger experience, optimising space utilisation in existing terminal buildings... these are the main reasons why airports are rapidly moving towards Self Bag Drop points to receive passengers' hold baggage.
Vanderlande would like to invite you to join its press event during the forthcoming Inter Airport Europe event in Germany.Read more
Vanderlande has signed a contract to implement an innovative new solution for baggage handling at Lelystad Airport (member of the Schiphol Group). The system at the airport will utilise automated guided vehicle technology (AGV), which replaces the need for conveyors and sorting systems. It also includes a new self-bag drop solution, as well as optimising the travel experience for passengers.Read more
Vanderlande and its newly formed business unit Vanderlande Advanced Passenger Checkpoints (APC, formerly Optosecurity) have received approval from the US Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for their Automated Security Lane (ASL) solution integrated with Smiths Detection's aTiX X-ray.Read more
Vanderlande is pleased to announce the launch of its new manufacturing and distribution centre in Georgia (GA), USA. The grand opening took place on Wednesday 28 June, although the facility has been fully operational since Monday 19 June.Read more
After working closely together for several years, Vanderlande has acquired the Canadian software company Optosecurity as of 29 June 2017. The acquisition further strengthens Vanderlande's integrated portfolio of solutions and position as the market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports.Read more
Vanderlande, along with integrated remote screening software partner, Optosecurity Corp., have been notified that their integrated ASL system has been approved by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to proceed to airport operational deployments after successful completion of TSA's integration assessment testing. Vanderlande and Optosecurity's ASL will be deployed for Operational Readiness Tests at US Category-X airports this summer.Read more
Toyota Industries Corporation's (TICO) acquisition of Vanderlande - the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports and in the parcel market, as well as being a leading supplier for warehouses - has been completed. Originally announced in March, it has been confirmed that, as of today, Vanderlande is now officially part of the TICO group.Read more
Vanderlande has announced a total revenue of €1.1bn for CY2016, which represents an increase of 15% compared with the previous year's 12-month figure and a record in the company's history. In addition, the final order book reached an all-time high level of €1.7bn - an 11% increase on CY2015 - for the same period, which will help to support Vanderlande's strategy of sustainable profitable growth.Read more
Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) has signed an agreement to acquire Vanderlande - the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports and in the parcel market, as well as being a leading supplier for warehouses - from the company's current owner NPM Capital.Read more
Vanderlande has been awarded the contract to install eight SCANNOJET automated passenger checkpoints at Bergen Airport in Norway. Bergen airport Flesland is the second largest of the 46 airports in Norway, included Oslo airport, owned and operated by Avinor.Read more
Working in conjunction with Eindhoven Airport, its suppliers, and remanufacturing and recycling companies, Vanderlande wants to reuse parts of the existing baggage handling system at the airport to close the loop on its material cycle instead of parts being discarded.Read more
Vanderlande has announced the appointment of Remo Brunschwiler as the new CEO as of 1 February. He will succeed Govert Hamers who has reached the age of retirement. Mr Hamers will remain at Vanderlande until the middle of this year to ensure a smooth handover process.Read more
Vanderlande has been awarded a prestigious baggage handling contract by Domodedovo International Airport. Terminal 2 is being constructed to facilitate the increasing numbers of passengers at the airport (30 million in 2015) and will extend Vanderlande's involvement following the installation of the baggage handling system in Terminal 1. The new system will be handed over in time for the FIFA World Cup, which is being staged in Russia in 2018.Read more
Vanderlande is proud to announce that it has been selected as the number one Best Employer in The Netherlands. The company received an impressively high average score of 8.0 relating to the overall satisfaction of its employees, and achieved the following top rankings:Read more
Vanderlande has officially opened the doors to its new cutting-edge office building in Veghel. A formal ceremony was held on Thursday 15 September, and a commemorative brick was laid in celebration of the milestone event. The names of seven Vanderlande employees, who have each been with the company for more than 45 years, were inscribed on the brick.Read more
Leading aviation industry experts have participated in a workshop called 'Baggage as a Service', initiated by Vanderlande.Read more
Following a successful trial period, Vanderlande has received an order to supply 160 innovative STACK@EASE manual loading aids to Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). As the volume of passenger baggage continues to increase at the site, Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) was keen to assess new initiatives. STACK@EASE was selected as the most optimal solution to enhance the automation of its baggage handling system (BHS), as well as the health and safety of handling staff.Read more
Vanderlande has announced order intakes of €1.2 billion for the financial year 2015 (1 April 2015 to 31 December 2015), a record amount, and €1.4 billion for the calendar year 2015 (an increase of 40%). With a highest ever order book of € 1.5 billion at the end of 2015, the company is firmly on track to achieve its strategic ambitions. It also reported a healthy profit of € 31.4 million over the nine-month period for the 2015 financial year.Read more
Vanderlande will demonstrate its latest automated baggage handling solutions at Passenger Terminal Expo 2016 from 15-17 March in Cologne, Germany. In particular, visitors will be able to see STACK@EASE, the manual lifting aid for flight make-up, which includes new overhead baggage reconciliation system (BRS) functionality.Read more
Vanderlande has been commissioned to supply a state-of-the-art baggage handling system for Bahrain International Airport (BIA). The agreement is for the design, manufacture and installation of a system capable of processing 4,700 bags per hour.Read more
Vanderlande has secured a record order intake of €1.4 billion in 2015 for its integrated solutions in the baggage handling, warehouse automation, and parcel and postal markets, including the company's array of life-cycle services.Read more
With its automated reconciliation feature, Vanderlande's STACK@EASE was exhibited as an integral baggage handling system component at inter airport Europe 2015 in Munich, Germany.Read more
Vanderlande is implementing the SCANNOJET automated passenger checkpoint at Melbourne Airport in Australia, following successful installation of the system in Europe.Read more
Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (ISG) has selected Vanderlande to provide lifecycle services for its baggage handling system.Read more
Helsinki Vantaa Airport have contracted Vanderlande to improve the handling and storage of on-site transfer baggage.Read more
Vanderlande has announced a record turnover of €988 million for the 2015 financial year, which is a significant increase of 25% from the corresponding figure of €790 million in 2014. In addition, the total order intake was a record amount of €1,035 million for the same period, representing an increase of 10%, compared to €938 million in 2014.Read more
Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Medina has chosen Vanderlande to be its preferred maintenance partner.Read more
Vanderlande has confirmed that it recently has secured orders of more than €200 million, which makes the total order intake €1 billion for the 2015 financial year for its integrated solutions in the baggage handling and parcel and postal sectors.Read more
Vanderlande Industries UK Ltd has been awarded a long-term contract to provide strategic IT development and support at Stansted Airport by the Manchester Airport Group (MAG).Read more
Global market leader Vanderlande will be present at the Bahrain International Airport Development Forum, Manama on 1-2 April, 2015.Read more
A long-term partnership that will see significant improvements to the baggage handling system at Cardiff Airport has been agreed between the airport and Vanderlande Industries UK, the UK subsidiary of the world's leading baggage handling systems provider.Read more
The UK subsidiary of Vanderlande, the world's leading baggage handling system supplier, has been awarded a contract that will see installation of a new tailored make-up carousel that will enhance the baggage handling system at Manchester Airport’s Terminal 1.Read more
Vanderlande has launched BAGMAPP, the new mobile baggage management application for all stakeholders in the end-to-end baggage handling, like airline and airport executives, but potentially also passengers. BAGMAPP delivers actual on-demand information available on main mobile platforms and will allow you to get actual status information of individual bags or groups of bags or related information, everywhere and anytime.Read more
A contract that will see a significant improvement in baggage handling operations at Norwich International Airport, has been awarded to Vanderlande Industries, the UK subsidiary of the world's leading baggage handling systems provider.Read more
Bergamo Airport (BGY) has awarded the order for both equipment and services for the upgrade of the arrivals area to Vanderlande Industries. The extended baggage handling system will enable the airport to handle the expected growth of the number of passengers for the EXPO 2015 and beyond.Read more
Vnukovo Airport recently decided to extend its service agreement with Vanderlande Industries with one year. For the last three years Vanderlande has performed the maintenance of the baggage handling system in Terminal A, the airport's main terminal, with a team of professionals.Read more
This year Vanderlande Industries France and Type22 in the Netherlands signed the contract for the delivery and installation of four Scan&Fly self bag drop units at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. The units are intended for a three month trial period and will be used by Air France passengers in Terminal 2E.Read more
Vanderlande Industries officially signed the contract it received for the realisation of the new baggage handling system which will be installed in Terminal 3 of Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Indonesia).Read more
Baggage Handling Capacity Restored by Vanderlande Industries After Massive Fire at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
On the 14 September 2013 a new temporary international arrivals terminal for Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi was opened and put into operation successfully. Vanderlande Industries was instrumental in getting the baggage system up and running again in a record time.Read more
Brasília Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport has awarded the contract for a new baggage handling system to Vanderlande Industries. The project, with a value of around €12 million, covers the airport's check-in and baggage reclaim areas. As one of Brazil's most important airports for domestic flights, Brasília International Airport is also increasing its international flights serving destinations in the Latin America region and Europe.Read more
Vanderlande Industries and Shanghai Pudong International Airport Sign Contract for New Baggage Handling System
Vanderlande Industries has officially signed the contract with Shanghai Airport Authority to supply the new baggage handling system for Terminal 1 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.Read more
Vanderlande Industries automated material handling systems achieved net sales of €741 million in financial year 2013 (ending 31 March 2013). After remaining essentially unchanged since financial year 2010, due to the economic downturn, the increase of 31% reflects the market recovery and the increased market focus and international expansion of the company.Read more
Vanderlande Industries introduced its VIBES software suite for baggage handling during the Passenger Terminal Expo 2013, which took place last week in Geneva, Switzerland.Read more
Vanderlande Industries has announced that Michiel Peters will leave the company as of April 1st. Michiel Peters joined Vanderlande Industries in 2004, starting as Managing Director Operations, and has been in the position of CEO since 2009.Read more
Vanderlande Industries was selected by JFKIAT, LLC, which operates Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport, as its official baggage handling system and Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) operations and maintenance provider. The seven-year agreement comes on the heels of JFKIAT's selection in September 2012 of Vanderlande Industries as the operator of the terminal's all new baggage handling system, which will open in early 2013.Read more
Vanderlande Industries has won the contract to supply a new baggage handling system for Brazil's São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport. This is the country's busiest airport, handling almost 33 million passengers in 2012, with ambitious growth plans to take that number up to 60 million by 2022.Read more
In October 2012 Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow, Russia, decided to outsource its operations for baggage handling on Terminal D to Vanderlande Industries. With this operations contract Vanderlande's services scope on Sheremetyevo Airport has expanded.Read more
Vanderlande Industries introduces MMS, a unique Mobile Maintenance Solution integrating both SCADA and maintenance management, on stand no. 320 at inter airport China from 26-28 September in Beijing. The MMS has been designed in partnership with the company SCHAD.Read more
Vanderlande Industries Awarded Baggage Handling and Passenger Boarding Bridge Service Contract at DFW Airport Terminal
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) announces Vanderlande Industries as the official operations and maintenance provider for its Terminal E inline baggage handling system (BHS) as well as its 35 boarding bridges (PBB).Read more
Contract for Automated Baggage Handling System at Hanoi International Airport Terminal 2 Awarded to Vanderlande Industries
Vanderlande Industries was recently awarded a contract to deliver the baggage handling system for Hanoi International Airport's new terminal 2 in Vietnam. The Japanese main contractor Taisei Vinaconex Joint Venture (TVJV) and consultant JAC as well as the Vietnamese end-user ACV (Airport Corporation Vietnam) all chose Vanderlande's proposal as the best technical solution.Read more
27 June 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada, marked the grand opening of the new international section of Terminal 3 at McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas. Terminal 3 features Gen2 radio frequency identification (RFID) technology as part of its baggage tracking system and is the largest Gen2 installation to date in North America.Read more
Vanderlande Industries has won the order to supply the new baggage handling system for the renovation of passenger Terminal T2 at Rio de Janeiro's Galeão International Airport in Brazil, managed by Empresa Brasileira de Infrastrutura Aeroportuária (INFRAERO).Read more
In June 2012 AENA Aeropuertos SA (AASA) assigned the new operations and maintenance (O&M) contract for Terminal 1 of Barcelona El Prat Airport to Vanderlande Industries, Spain. The contract consists of all O&M activities for the baggage handling system with a duration of one year and the option to extend to up to three years.Read more
Vanderlande Industries achieved an order intake of €713 million in financial year 2012 (ending March 31st 2012), an increase of 40% over the preceding year. All market segments contributed to the increase in order intake.Read more
Vanderlande Industries has received Cradle to Cradle, certification silver, for its sustainable Blueveyor, which is made of non-toxic, recyclable materials that can easily be disassembled and re-used.Read more
Vanderlane Helps Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport Get Ready for the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest
Vanderlande Industries and Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) signed a contract to supply the baggage handling system for the new terminal at Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, in a project worth €5 million.Read more
Vanderlande Industries, a leading global supplier of automated baggage handling, material handling, and distribution systems, is honored to announce that it has been awarded a contract for the first baggage screening recapitalisation project for the San Francisco international airport (SFO).Read more
In November 2011 Vanderlande Industries was awarded the contract to supply an upgrade for the existing baggage handling system of Göteborg Landvetter Airport in Sweden.Read more
With two new orders, Vanderlande Industries is the market leader for automated baggage handling systems in Indonesia.Read more
Three of the top four largest airports in Norway are now being served by Vanderlande Industries.Read more
Vanderlande Industries Provides Energy-Efficient Baggage Handling System for Edmonton International Airport
Vanderlande Industries completed the first part of the baggage handling system for Edmonton International Airport (EIA) in Alberta, Canada.Read more
Contract for new Baggage Handling System for Pulkovo Saint Petersburg Airport Awarded to Vanderlande Industries
Vanderlande Industries will build and integrate a new fully automated baggage handling system for Pulkovo Saint Petersburg Airport in Russia.Read more
After working very closely together for many years, Vanderlande Industries and Beewen agreed on a take-over of Beewen by Vanderlande. This take-over further strengthens the position of Vanderlande as an integrated player with a full product portfolio.Read more
Vanderlande Industries Wins Baggage Handling System Contract for King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah Saudi Arabia
Vanderlande Industries has been awarded the contract to supply and install the baggage handling system for the new terminal at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.Read more
Specialist baggage handling solutions company, Vanderlande Industries UK, has won the prestigious Airport Operators Association (AOA) award this year for best business partner.Read more
Vanderlande Industries will be at Transpoquip Latin America 2011, Expo Norte, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 22-24 November 2011. Visit Vanderlande Industries on stand 1738.Read more
Integrated Robot Loading Implemented by Vanderlande Industries at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Wins interTERMINAL Award 2011
New baggage on demand concept (pull-concept) for baggage handling conceived by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol for the 70MB programme and implemented by Vanderlande Industries and Grenzebach Automation awarded innovation prize at industries' biggest event in Munich, GermanyRead more
Vanderlande Industries is pleased to invite you to inter airport Europe 2011, the leading international event for the airport industry. inter airport Europe will be held from 11-14 October 2011 in Munich (Germany). You can experience the following innovations at the Vanderlande booth (hRead more
The Omani government has awarded the baggage handling contract for the new passenger terminals at both Muscat International and Salalah airports to Vanderlande Industries. The contract with a value of approximately €50m is due to be completed on 1 April 2014. Vanderlande was selectRead more
Savings in Energy and Natural Resources with New BLUEVEYOR Baggage Handling Conveyor from Vanderlande Industries
Vanderlande Industries has shown its new, environment-friendly blueveyor conveyor system for the first time at the Airport Show 2011, held from 31 May to 2 June at the Airport Expo in Dubai. BLUEVEYOR is a next-generation conveyor system that takes a significant step forward in increasiRead more
Vanderlande Industries has announced that it has been awarded a contract for the design and installation of a new airport baggage handling system at Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The contract is scheduled for completion in March, 2013. Vanderlande IndRead more
Vanderlande Industries and IBM helped Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to create a smarter baggage system at baggage hall South that gives more precise ability to manage the growing amount of baggage that is expected to pass through the airport in the future. The new baggage handling hall, wRead more
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has signed two service contracts with Vanderlande Industries for the next five years at OR Tambo International Airport in South Africa. The first contract is for the renewal of the existing maintenance contract for the baggage handling systems in the Central TRead more
Vanderlande Industries has successfully completed the baggage handling system with inline screening system at terminal D of George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, which is part of the fourth-largest airport system in the US and the sixth-largest in the world. "We have focusedRead more
The Vanderlande Industries baggage handling software (VIBES) has been approved for the US market by BNP Associates. BNP provides specialised consulting services and is the largest consultant for the air transportation industry worldwide. With this important accomplishment Vanderlande Industries hRead more
On 10 November 2010, Vanderlande Industries and China's Shenzhen Airport Authority signed the contract for a comprehensive baggage handling system for the new Terminal 3. "Vanderlande was awarded the contract because they had the best solution to cope with the exponential growth we areRead more
Veghel – Vanderlande Industries has been awarded the contract for an upgrade to automatic sorting with Baxorter for Danang International Airport in Vietnam. This demonstrates that even regional airports of a modest size see the benefits in automating their baggage handling process with Baxorter.<Read more
At the end of March 2010, Vanderlande Industries received the order from Hochtief Polska for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of a baggage handling system for a new passenger terminal at Wroclaw Airport, Poland. Vanderlande Industries was awarded the contract because iRead more
At the Passenger Terminal Expo 2010, Vanderlande Industries will present its new all-in-one concept, Baxpace. With the compact and cost-efficient Baxpace solution, it is now possible for airports to automate the baggage handling process in a reliable, trouble-free way and realise a reduction of uRead more
The airport authorities of Vietnam have signed a contract with Vanderlande Industries to supply the baggage handling system for their new international passenger terminal building at Danang Airport. Vanderlande won the tender under fierce competition with a fitting and competitive offer.Read more
Vanderlande Industries Wins Baggage Handling System (BHS) Contract for Kiev Boryspil Airport Terminal D
Vanderlande Industries has been awarded the contract for a new baggage handling system as part of the new Terminal D at Kiev Boryspil International Airport. The total value for the contract for Vanderlande Industries is approximately €9.6m. The Ukraine, together with Poland, wRead more
Minimising the carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important, and many companies consider it to be a moral obligation to do so. At the same time this enables them to reduce operational costs, as a direct result of the lower energy consumption of their material-handling systems.
Veghel, the Netherlands — Vanderlande Industries and IBM have signed a contract for a new baggage handling system at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The new baggage handling system, known as 'The Backbone', is part of the airport’s 70MB programme to increase capacity to 70 million bags iRead more
Unplanned incidents on baggage handling systems, like bag jams, are prime causes of downtime leading to delays, missed flights and associated consequential costs. Many problems are caused by irregular baggage items like rolling bags, which operators may visually classify as 'conveyable'. More accRead more
To help airport operators save on operating costs and meet their own sustainability targets, Vanderlande Industries has introduced the Greenveyor, a new standard conveyor system that allows energy savings of up to 45% to be achieved. The Greenveyor was demonstrated by Vanderlande Industries at thRead more
Kharkov Airport Purchases Vanderlande Industries Baggage Handling System to Meet UEFA Euro 2012 Demand
Kharkov Airport is the first airport in the Ukraine to purchase a baggage handling system (BHS) from Vanderlande Industries as a result of development for the 2012 European Football Championship. Managed by New Systems, the airport has shown substantial effort and progress to develop the airportRead more
Vanderlande Industries and SICK Introduce Hybrid Identification Solution at Inter Airport Europe 2009
SICK and Vanderlande Industries have recently completed full testing of their jointly developed hybrid identification solution (a combined barcode and RFID technology) for baggage handling systems (BHS). This new solution, displayed at Inter Airport Europe 2009, is fully compatible with the exiRead more
Terminal 3 at Heathrow will benefit from an advanced baggage handling system in 2013, designed, developed and installed by Vanderlande Industries under a contract awarded by BAA worth £71.7million. 22 million passengers a year travel through Terminal 3, with high levels of flight transRead more
Oslo Airport (OSL) has awarded the contract for a new baggage handling system as part of the future expansion of the airport to Vanderlande Industries. The total value for the contract for Vanderlande Industries is approximately €45 million, including a three-year contract for maintenance anRead more
Cost savings are key in airport operations, with pressure on prices in every area. Efficient, high-quality baggage handling not only offers direct cost savings, for example by reducing energy usage and labour requirements, but also minimises error costs such as those caused by system downtime aRead more
On Wednesday 17 June 2009 at 4am, Terminal 1 (T1) at Barcelona's El Prat Airport was brought into operation. The high expectations for this DCV-based automated baggage handling system were all met, and since the start the system has performed according to plan. In total 200 flights were managed fRead more
Vanderlande Industries' (automated material handling systems) results are in-line with the long-term objective of building further on its strong reputation as a reliable partner with leading market positions. The company achieved net sales of €656 million in the financial year endRead more
Veghel (Netherlands) – Slovak main contractor ZIPP (a 100% subsidiary of Strabag) has awarded Vanderlande Industries the contract for delivery of a baggage handling system, including hold baggage screening equipment, for the new Bratislava Airport Terminal, in Bratislava, the capital of SlRead more
Vanderlande Industries will officially celebrate its 60th anniversary on 1 May. Since its start as Machinefabriek E van der Lande in the Dutch town of Veghel in 1949, the company has grown into one of the world's market leaders in the automated material-handling industry, with more thanRead more