Cavotec Receives Indian Orders

Global engineering group Cavotec has secured major orders for ground support and fuelling equipment at Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport and Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, India.
The company will supply aircraft fuelling pits for the second phase of Mumbai’s expansion programme following the successful installation of similar equipment for the project’s first phase.  The latest order will bring the total number of Cavotec’s in-ground fuelling units at the airport to 175.
The airport’s new SOM Architects-designed terminal, due to open in 2013, will have the capacity to handle 40 million passengers per annum.  It will have one A380-capable gate and two further gates that are ‘readily adaptable’ for the superjet.
Cavotec has also won a first-time order for a number of hydrant pits that will be installed at the Delhi Aviation Fuel Facility at the city’s airport.