New self-service bag-drop units to be installed at Singapore Changi

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Left: The Series 7 Hybrid Auto Bag-Drop unit in self-service mode

ICM Airport Technics, a provider of self-service bag-drop and baggage handling solutions, has signed a contract with Changi Airport Group (CAG) to supply and maintain its Hybrid Auto Bag-Drop (ABD) units. The units can be used either as self-service bag-drop machines or conventional check-in counters. They will be installed progressively at Changi Airport.

Richard Dinkelmann, managing director at ICM Airport Technics Australia, said, “We are proud to secure our partnership with CAG, and roll out our advanced self-service bag-drop solution. Our technology has been received incredibly well – ICM Airport Technics has been awarded recent contracts for self-service bag-drop solutions at airports in Montréal, Milan (Malpensa), Munich, and Johannesburg. It is an exciting time and we look forward to continually transforming the traveler check-in process and bringing it forward into the 21st century.”

Ang Siew Min, vice president of airport operations management at CAG, added, “With the wider adoption of self-service bag-drop machines at Changi Airport, passengers can look forward to a faster and more convenient check-in experience. The hybrid functionality of the ABD units also provides airlines and ground handlers with increased flexibility in their operations.”

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