ICM Airport Technics Aims at Expansion in North America

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ICM Airport Technics Aims at Expansion in North America and exhibits at FTE (Las Vegas) as well as ACI (Dallas) in September 2017

As part of ICM’s international strategy, the company will exhibit at the Future Travel Experience (FTE) Global in Las Vegas from 4 to 6 September 2017 as well as at the Airport Council International (ACI) in Dallas from 17 to 20 September.

ICM is a global leader in self-service bag drop solutions and its products and services have been successfully deployed in Europe, Asia and Africa as well as in Australia and New Zealand, including at London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Singapore Changi and Auckland New Zealand. ICM is the only global company with a proven track record of large self-service bag drop projects with biometric technology and is currently conducting a pilot project in Minneapolis, USA. The company has established its North American offices in Atlanta. For more information regarding ICM’s products and services, please visit www.autobagdrop.com.

Expand360 is a firm based in Atlanta, USA and is specialized in International Business Development. Expand360 represents ICM Airport Technics to develop the market for ICM Automated Bag Drop (ABD) products and services in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

FTE Global is attended by the most progressive airlines, airports, vendors, OEMs, government agencies, and various other industry stakeholders to reveal their latest customer experience plans and visions.

ACI is a non-profit organization whose prime purpose is to advance the interests of airports and to promote professional excellence in airport management and operations. As of January 2017, ACI serves 623 members operating at 1,940 airports in 176 countries.

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