|Taken from the forthcoming Cavotec film shot on location in Europe, Australia and the US in May and June 2011. Pop-up pits like these are used for storing cables, hoses, potable water hoses and other technical services, which enable aircraft to switch off their engines. Connection points are stored in-ground while it is not in use and help keep tarmac traffic to a minimum.|
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|Photographer / Source||Cavotec|
|Image dimensions||4252 x 2835 pixels|
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Press releases • Jun 07, 2011 21:53 GMT
Cavotec, and ground support equipment integrator, INET Airport Systems, are to collaborate on a recently announced project for the supply of pre-conditioned air and power systems for Dubai International Airport’s dedicated Emirates Airlines A380 terminal.
Press releases • Mar 05, 2013 09:45 GMT
News of further major orders for our Airports unit at Phoenix and Newark airports in the US, and Rome Fiumicino. This announcement follows similar significant projects for Cavotec at airports in Asia and the Middle East reported in January.
Press releases • Jan 21, 2013 10:30 GMT
Cavotec's Airports unit has seen a flurry of orders for major projects in recent weeks. In the latest of these, Cavotec will supply advanced ground support equipment (GSE) for installation at Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport and Cairo International Airport.
Press releases • Feb 23, 2012 10:21 GMT
Global engineering group and airport systems integrator, Cavotec, has received an order from US Air Force base RAF Mildenhall to supply advanced ground support equipment.
Press releases • Feb 29, 2012 12:45 GMT
Global engineering group and airport systems integrator Cavotec has won an order to supply advanced ground support equipment for the "Gateway to West Africa", Ghana's Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
Blog posts • Nov 11, 2011 10:49 GMT
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Blog posts • Nov 04, 2011 13:55 GMT
US giant FedEx Express, the cargo airline of FedEx Corp., has installed a vast vegetated roof as part of an ambitious environmental initiative taking place in Chicago, USA. At Cavotec, we always enjoy hearing about innovative technologies that enable the ports, airports, mining and tunnelling and general industries to operate more sustainably and work more productively.