Badges & Lanyards
Goldair Handlinghttps://www.goldair-handling.gr/ 1
People. Passion. Pride. These are the values that have driven our team since 1833. Since that time, we have developed to become a critical partner in the global aviation industry, delivering time-critical logistics services at over 250 locations in 58 countries, across six continents. Safety and security are at the heart of everything we do. We have a duty of care to look after each other, our customers and their customers. And we care about the communities in which we operate. Our core services include ground services, cargo, fuelling, executive services and offline services.
ASE Grouphttps://asegrp.aero/ 14
ASE Group established in 1989. It is one of the leading aviation services providers in the region, providing ground handling services in Egypt, ground handling Supervision in Morocco & United Arab Emirates, and Global Flight Support.
CEIAhttps://www.ceia.net/ 18 & 19
CEIA is an Industrial Company focused on the design and manufacturing of Electromagnetic Inspection Systems and Induction Heating Systems, world leader in threat electromagnetic detection technologies. The purpose of Air Cargo Screening is to prevent the presence of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) that would compromise the security of freighter and passenger aircrafts carrying commercial goods. However, the inspection of goods may end up with difficult and costly operations depending on the type of cargo going through screening. Over the last decade, we have been deploying solutions that improve drastically the security screening of many commodities that usually tend to be difficult to analyse when using methods such as X-Ray imaging or Explosive Trace Detection: the EMIS Series – first Cargo Metal Detection Equipment endorsed by the ECAC and qualified by the American TSA.
As Çelebi Aviation Holding, we are dedicated to provide excellent ground handling services along with our ancillary products. Çelebi stepped into the aviation industry with the establishment of Çelebi Ground Handling in 1958 as Turkey's first privately-owned ground handling services company. Today, it stands out as one of the most successful examples of integrated services in the Turkish Civil Aviation industry offering Ramp, Passenger, Cargo Handling, Warehouse Management, Bridge Operations, Trucking, General Aviation, Airport Lounge Management and Premium Services. With over 10.000 dedicated employees, Çelebi continues to operate on 3 continents, in 5 countries and more than 40 stations. Our ambition is to expand our geographic coverage into more developing markets, while providing rewarding employment opportunities to a growing family of colleagues around the world and meeting service needs of our partners.
Hermes Logistics Technologieshttps://hermes-cargo.com/ 22
Hermes has been developing and evolving cargo management systems for the air cargo industry since 2002. Hermes systems are built with the specific needs of air cargo handlers and airlines in mind.
Res2 is a Netherlands based ground handling IT provider. The management, functional board, development, support and commercial teams are located in De Meern. The datacenter is hosted in Atlanta, USA. iPort DCS is currently operational at nearly 200 airports worldwide and is still growing rapidly.
SACO Airport Equipmenthttps://www.saco.aero/ 30
SACO, backed by more than 50 years of experience, offers uld handling solutions ranging from basic systems for manual manoeuvring to fully mechanised and automated systems.
Swissporthttps://www.swissport.com/en 43 & 44
In 2022, Swissport International AG provided best-in-class airport ground services for some 186 million airline passengers and handled roughly 4.8 million tons of air freight at 117 air cargo centers worldwide.
Unilode owns and manages the world’s largest fleet of approximately 145,000 unit load devices (ULDs), and owns and operates the largest global network for the maintenance and repair of ULDs and inflight food service equipment. Unilode provides management, repair, leasing and digitalisation solutions to over 90 airlines through a network of more than 550 airports, 18 regional offices and 50 certified repair stations, supported by 650+ employees.