Materna acquires DSG Bagdrop

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Left to right: Ralph Hartwig, chief financial officer, Materna Group, Idar Sørgjerd, CEO, DSG Bagdrop, Lieselotte Neste, executive vice president Business Line Mobility, Materna Group, Helmut Binder, CEO, Materna Group, Geir-A Remmem, CEO, Bertel O. Steen, former owner of DSG Bagdrop

Automated passenger handling solutions supplier Materna Group has acquired self-service bag drop developer DSG Bagdrop, effective from January 1, 2016.

Norwegian-based DSG Bagdrop, a former subsidiary of service and trading company Bertel O. Steen Group, was founded in 2009. The company’s acquisition will further strengthen Materna’s portfolio of automated passenger handling services. 

DSG Bagdrop will continue to develop and support its current products for all existing customers. All DSG Bagdrop employees will remain located in Oslo, Norway.

Helmut Binder, CEO of Materna Group, said, “We are truly pleased to welcome DSG Bagdrop as a part of the Materna Group. DSG Bagdrop is a leading solution provider in Europe and we are looking forward to extending our success in this aviation market segment by integrating renowned DSG Bagdrop products.”

Liselotte Neste, executive vice president, Business Line Mobility, Materna, said, “The DSG Bagdrop team is a pioneer in this industry segment and has combined excellent technology with a fresh modern design to improve bag drop processes with their in-depth understanding of all parties involved and deep knowledge of the respective baggage flows inside the terminals. They are a center of excellence in this field.”

Idar Sørgjerd, CEO of DSG Bagdrop, said, “Materna´s international network of sales and service professionals will get our products out to new markets. They are an international organization with regional offices in Asia and North America. Their supplier relationships with leading international airlines like Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines or EasyJet and airports like London Gatwick (UK) and Hamburg Airport (Germany) are also very exciting for DSG Bagdrop.”

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