Swissport, Servisair marriage under way

THE integration of Servisair into Swissport, which began this month, will see the combined entity emerge as a global ground-handling giant. 
Swissport employs more than 55,000 personnel, and the company´s network exceeds 255 stations in 46 countries. An estimated four million tonnes of cargo will be processed worldwide throughout the combined network. 
Per H Utnegaard, group president and chief executive of Swissport International, reveals: “Our customers will benefit from the enlarged global network, the increased portfolio of value-added services, the combined operational excellence and the consistent service quality worldwide.”
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