Special INSIGHT Report: GOING GREEN FROM THE GROUND UP

As the global lockdown has shown how much pollution surrounds us - by its absence. All aspects of aviation are under the microscope, but this special edition of our Insight series takes a look at ground handling.

We all know that need to protect our planet but the post COVID-19 financial situation will be a challenge.

But our guest on the programme David Feuga from ITW-GSE says it is not wishful thinking when claims that reducing emissions by 90% and lowering your operating costs at the same time is indeed possible.

ITW GSE is a leading supplier of ground power units, pre-conditioned air units, cables and hoses supplying green, emission free and super energy efficient products with a common user interface that provides easy operation across the lineup.

The company has delivered more than 90,000 units to customers in over 100 countries.
 
Chuck Grieve talks to David about ITW-GSE successes in environmental terms and financial ones and explores the threats to health for airport workers without cleaner operations.

The ground equipment has been a hit in the Middle East and David explains how MRO businesses are also benefiting from the new electric technology.
 
 
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