Swissport ties up with Moscow handler

THE signing of a new contract has paved the way for ground handler Swissport’s market entry into the Russian Federation.
A cooperation with local company Service-VS at Vnukovo Airport, Moscow, covers all ground handling services at the Russian airport.
As part of the joint agreement, Swissport will implement its standardised processes for increased quality and safety.
The cooperation does not only include the support of Vnukovo Airport with its existing customer base, but also embraces development plans for the future, targeted at increasing the international customer portfolio, notes Juan-José Andres-Alvèz, executive vice-president, ground handling Europe, Latin America and Africa at Swissport.
“We are looking forward to entering the fast-growing Russian market. Together with Service-VS we are very much interested in further developing our business offering and to expand our network also to other Russian airports,” he adds.
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