Friday, December 09, 2016

Mumbai International Airport opens cargo terminal

Mumbai International Airport in India has opened a new cargo terminal offering handling services for heavy, odd-sized and bonded goods.

The terminal will increase GVK Mumbai International Airport Pvt. Ltd's (MIAL) export handling capacity by 500,000t of cargo per annum.

Spread over 7,500m², the facility will provide channels for cargo admittance, X-ray screening and palletisation.

In addition to doubling the airport's current export capacity, the new terminal will enable a faster turnaround for cargo and vehicles, and reduce wait times by 50%.

Lighter export consignments will continue to be handled at the existing export terminal.

The facility will also bolster the terminal’s infrastructure, which will in turn boost further growth in export volumes at MIAL.
08/12/16 Airport-Technology
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