POLAND. Luggage protection and tracing specialist Safe Bag has been awarded an open-ended contract to supply its own integrated range of services for travellers at Warsaw Chopin Airport, effective 1 July.
Warsaw Chopin Airport recorded 13 million passengers in 2016 and posted +28.5% growth in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year.
Safe Bag CEO Alessandro Notari said: “Frédéric Chopin Airport is a reference point for the airport system in Eastern Europe, therefore we are going in through the main door in a geographical area where our services are highly appreciated and where we believe we can grow considerably in the years to come.”
Safe Bag Chairman Rudolph Gentile commented: “The duration of licences is a crucial element in the stability of the income statement and in the assessment of a company such as Safe Bag. This open-ended contract confirms the high level of innovation of our offer and the excellent international credibility achieved by the group.”