We provide support for the entire process – from planning to commissioning
Improve the speed and performance of your cargo terminal: For more than 35 years, we have been cooperating with our customers, partners and global teams to provide the most modern solutions for all processes, from planning through to implementation. Naturally, all solutions are in accordance with international standards.
As the link between landside and airside, our truck dock solutions support fast and flexible transport of ULDs and other cargo. Our truck dock loads and unloads trucks and can be equipped with different functions. The movable truck dock enables an even higher output, as it supports ULD transfers from several trucks at the same time.
Freight is selected and consolidated at the workstations in the build-up and breakdown area. Siemens has developed an extensive product portfolio for this zone that integrates all safety aspects. Our workstations can be designed as a fixed or sink-in version in a wide or narrow configuration. A stable delta-ram protects the workstation against damage. The drive-over workstation is a special variable-height arrangement that that forklifts can drive over. It can also be fitted with a roller ball mat to further simplify manual handling.
We offer optimized solutions for different materials-handling technologies to transport ULDs and other cargo. From roller decks, turntables, transfer vehicles and hoists all the way to caster and ball mats, our technologies can be adjusted to your individual needs.
As your partner, we can integrate any necessary security equipment in your air cargo terminal. This includes systems that scan ULDs and bulk freight to detect stowaways, improvised explosive devices (EDS/HDX), weapons, drugs and contraband. Video monitoring and fire protection systems are also part of the offering.
For optimized cargo handling, we offer small, manually operated systems all the way to complex systems for up to 3,500 ULD locations and 10,000 bulk cargo storage locations
ULD storage with up to four levels can be realized using elevating transfer vehicles (ETVs). For high-bay warehouses with up to 11 levels, rail-mounted stacker cranes are used, which provide for maximum throughput thanks to their speed.