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News Archive

02.07.2004

The Swissport ULD company Unitpool (cargo container management) is realizing significant growth in its customer portfolio. World Airways and United Arab Emirates have signed long-term agreements.[more]

29.06.2004

Swissport will extend its ground handling operations to Singapore Changi Airport in 2005 and is happy about this important tender-success to gain a key foothold in Asia.[more]

07.06.2004

Swissport is now also providing into-plane services at Islip (New York) and will strengthen its efforts in the fueling business.[more]

02.06.2004

Etihad the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates becomes Unitpools first ULD control and pooling customer in the Middle East. [more]

17.05.2004

A lot of planning and preparation was necessary to avoid this spectacular incident at Swissport's Cargo Warehouse. Fortunately no staff was injured and the Cargo Operation is working smoothly again.[more]

30.04.2004

For the fourth time, the ITM-arward has been accredited to Swissport. Furthermore, the leading global Ground Handling Company is announcing two management changes and can confirm the conclusion of a long-term IT-agreement with the EDS corporation.[more]

08.04.2004

This important transaction adds five British Airports (Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Gatwick, Stansted) to Swissport's world-wide network and makes the leading ground handling company one of the biggest players in the UK market.[more]

02.04.2004

The Swissport company "Unitpool" is constantly expanding its activities by adding more partners and customers to their portfolio. Recently, Eurofly and HollandExel have just contracted the ULD pooling.[more]

01.04.2004

The two companies have signed a new ground handling collaboration model on a global scale, covering over 60 stations until end of 2008. Aviation specialists are considering it as an important signal and trend for the airport and airline industry.[more]

29.03.2004

The former Swiss International Air Lines executive assumes his new position on may 1st to succeed Urs Sieber, who has been named head of Swissport's Division Europe. [more]