Siemens Logistics presents the new belt conveyor VarioBelt TilterPlus with an unparalleled tilting device for efficient transport of baggage at airports. This innovation has a highly functional mechanism capable of conveying baggage straight ahead as well as to the left and the right.
Deutsche Post has contracted Siemens Logistics for the delivery, integration and commissioning of parcel sorting technology for its international postal center (IPC) in Niederaula, Germany. The contract includes a high-performance cross-belt sorter for small parcels with several high-speed inductions, conveyor technology, as well as intelligent control, reading and coding software.
Siemens Logistics has won a major order for the large-scale expansion of the baggage handling system in Terminal 2 of South Korea's Incheon Airport. The contract will help airport operator and customer Incheon International Airport Corporation increase capacity.
Siemens Logistics has successfully completed an enhancement of the existing baggage handling system (BHS) at Milan Bergamo Airport. The contract with airport operator SACBO also included the integration of an explosives detection system (EDS) based on Standard 3 of the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC).
Siemens Logistics has implemented a smart just-in-time freight handling platform for dnata Cargo in Dubai: Appointment and Dock Management (ADM). ADM enables freight forwarders to book an appointment with the cargo terminal to deliver and pick up consignments.
Siemens Logistics is taking its proven customer service to the next level with SmartService, a portfolio of cutting-edge solutions to further improve processes. Airports, airlines and parcel centers are thereby able to minimize costly system downtimes and substantially improve system availability.
Dr. Ralf Garlichs is leaving the management board of Siemens Logistics GmbH with immediate effect by mutual agreement.
Dr. Garlich's functional areas will be managed by Michael Reichle until further notice.
Siemens Logistics is bringing to market the world’s first Misplaced Item Clearer (MIC) for cross-belt sorters in parcel sorting centers. The innovative device uses sensors to detect items that, due to their small size and low weight, are inadvertently positioned in between cross-belts. MIC automatically removes them using compressed air and moves them into an outlet.
Siemens Logistics is bringing to the market a new variant of its tried-and-tested VarioRoute for flow splitting in parcel sorting centers. Thanks to this enhancement, splitting parcel flows, filtering out rejected parcels or rerouting consignments can be tailored to specific customer requirements.
Siemens Logistics is launching its new Network Booster software for parcel and mail distribution networks. This innovative solution creates full visibility of processes within a network and allows enhanced network performance.