With more self-bag-drop solutions in the US market
DORTMUND, Germany, Sept. 5, 2016 /CNW/ - After acquisition of DSG BagDrop AS, a leader in self-service baggage drop-off, Materna now has become the world leading company for automated bag drop products offering the whole range of self-bag-drop solutions. Meeting and exceeding airport and airline requirements, they are the world's most used self-service bag drop and passenger processing systems. From 7th to 9th September, Materna presents its new extensive portfolio for the first time at Future Travel Experience Global in Las Vegas and also at ACI-NA Annual World Conference & Exhibition in Montreal (25th to 28th September).
The Norwegian Company DSG BagDrop is now completely integrated in the Materna brand. The common portfolio offers kiosks and retrofit models with different options such as bag tag printing, payment or biometrics. Materna also provides kiosk and counter solutions for check-in as well as solutions for secure access. The new website http://www.materna-ips.com shows all airport and airline products for check-in, baggage handling and access to various airport areas.
Materna at FTE Global in Las Vegas, September 7th - 9th
Visitors of FTE are welcome at stand B10 in Mandalay Bay Hotel and learn more about the world's most used bag drop systems for one- and two-step processes. They are invited to come along for a drink at Materna stand on: Thursday 8 September 17:30 and meet Gavin Jackson, Change Manager of London Gatwick, the world's busiest single runway airport.
Materna at ACI-NA Annual World Conference & Exhibition in Montreal, September 25th - 28th
At ACI-NA in Montreal visitors can see Materna´s range of self-bag-drop systems designed for one- and two step baggage drop-off at stand No. 423. With the largest bag drop installations in the world, the aviation experts serve all airport and airline requirements for improved passenger handling.
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Materna is one of the leading IT consulting companies in the information and communications technology sector, employing around 1.700 staff members throughout Europe and achieving revenues of EUR 210 million in 2015. Materna is a full service provider, delivering a complete range of services for the premium segment: from consultation and implementation through to operation and cloud services for large enterprises and the public sector.
Under the brand Materna IPS (Integrated Passenger Services) and as one of the worldwide most famous suppliers for airports and airlines, Materna offers solutions for automated passenger handling at airports, for airlines and ground handling agencies.
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For further information: Materna GmbH, Information & Communications, Corporate Communications, Christine Siepe, Vosskuhle 37, 44141 Dortmund, Germany, Phone: +49-231-5599-168, Email: Christine.Siepe@Materna.de, http://www.materna-ips.com