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With effect from January 1, 2023, Michael Schneider will become the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Siemens Logistics GmbH. In this role, he will take over the
former area of responsibility of his predecessor Michael Reichle, who will be assuming a new management position within the Siemens Group at the same time.
Siemens Logistics was awarded a major order to modernize the baggage handling system (BHS) at Terminal 1 KL International Airport in Malaysia. The order covers the systematic phase-out of the existing system as well as the design, installation and commissioning of a new BHS.
Siemens Logistics has been awarded a contract to deliver the baggage handling system (BHS) for the new Noida International Airport (NIA), which will be constructed near Delhi, India. The scope of the contract is the design, supply, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of the BHS for the new Terminal 1.
Siemens Logistics, Qatar Airways Cargo and Qatar Aviation Services (QAS) Cargo agree on cooperation to digitalize cargo processes
Siemens Logistics, Qatar Airways Cargo and Qatar Aviation Services (QAS) Cargo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote close cooperation in digitalizing cargo handling processes.
Having successfully sold its parcel and mail business to the Körber group, Siemens Logistics continues to focus on flexible products and solutions for airport baggage and freight handling, with a particular emphasis on automation and digitalization.
The sale of Siemens Logistics’ mail and parcel business to the Körber Group closed successfully on July 1. In February 2022, Siemens had announced the contract signing for the sale of the mail and parcel business to the Körber Group for €1.15 billion (enterprise value).
Siemens Logistics will be presenting numerous innovations for improved baggage handling at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2022. From June 15, trade visitors will have the opportunity to learn all about the company's extensive airport portfolio at the Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition site in Paris.
Siemens Logistics is presenting its high-performance solutions for the airport sector at this year’s Airport Show Dubai. The trade fair has been a key meeting place for experts from the aviation industry for some years now.
Siemens Logistics has launched VarioTip, a product for the automated unloading of baggage from unit load devices (ULDs). A powerful tilting device enables VarioTip to empty up to 20 ULDs – circa 800 items of baggage – per hour in the arrivals and transfer zone. Once unloaded, the baggage is efficiently singulated and fed into the existing system.
Siemens has reached an agreement to sell the mail and parcel business of Siemens Logistics GmbH to the Körber Group. With this transaction, approved by the Managing and Supervisory Boards of Siemens AG, Siemens is further implementing the rigorous sharpening of its portfolio as a focused technology company.
Siemens Logistics is presenting an innovative product portfolio for airports at this year's inter airport Europe. In Hall B5, two meeting points will provide visitors with expert information on the latest products and developments for seamless baggage handling.
Siemens Logistics launches a new version of its unparalleled baggage handling and airport operations software Baggage 360. It provides airports, airlines and ground handlers with real-time baggage flow forecasting, an interactive map of all airfield movements, and a resource planning and simulation tool.