Siemens Mobility Division has achieved the contract to set up cargo handling facility at Delhi Airport’s cargo complex. On basis of Siemens’ presence in the cargo handling space as well as technology solutions it has won the contract. The total investment in the MHS will be Euro 37 million, out of which the initial order to Siemens is for Euro 27 million.
Company’s Mobility Division will setup the main terminal-T1 with air cargo handling solution, which will contain automatic retrieval and storage system, cargo workstation, pallet and container and storage and handling system, which will all be managed and controlled by high level IT systems. It will also supply high-end automation, elevating transfer vehicles, shuttles and hoists for fast movement of unit loading devices.
Siemens aims to spend over Euro 150 million ($217 million) in Denmark to further expand its global wind power business in the next two years. The company is planning to set up two new research and development centers in Brande and Aalborg, plus expanding offices in Brande and Vejle.