Cavotec Wins Hong Kong Orders

Global engineering group Cavotec has won three contracts for aircraft fuelling and electrical supply ground support equipment (GSE) for installation at two separate applications at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).
John Rostagno, MD of Cavotec Hong Kong, commented:  “[We are] working closely with the Airport Authority Hong Kong [AAHK] on these projects and the orders confirm Hong Kong Airport as one of our most important customer references in Asia.”
Two of the three orders are for HKIA’s Western Apron.  The group will manufacture, install and commission a number of fuelling vault access covers and fuelling and sampling pit systems.  It will also supply electrical power supply units that will include hatch pit units and a large number of electrical converters and sockets.
In the third project, Cavotec will supply fuelling pit systems and vault access covers for HKIA’s Midfield project, due for completion in 2015.  The order – placed by local contractor Gammon E&M Limited – also involves the supply of electrical equipment, including bridge-mounted 90KVA Cavotec electrical power converters, and cable modular coilers and related material.
In 2012, Cavotec won awards from AAHK for substantial numbers of coilers, converters and utility pits, as well as a five-year spare parts contract.
(Image:  AAHK)