Ground Support Equipment

Aviogei

Italian engineering, design and manufacturing

AVIOGEI Group is a family owned company who designs, assembles, certifies and distributes a wide range of Airport Equipment for movement and transport of passengers and goods for civil and military use. Aviogei concentrates on inovative electric product range to improve enviromental sustainability at airports.

We recommend our customers to focus to AVIOGEI Thunderlift E, electric disabled passanger lift with patented “Front Loading System” and integrated driver’s cab, serving all current types of aircraft with only one operator.

Resqtec

Your leading aircraft recovery specialist.

When it comes to aircraft recovery, RESQTEC is your safest option. They are the biggest aircraft recovery specialist worldwide and have 45 years of experience in the industry. RESQTEC has all the expertise and equipment in store to help you. The airport loses a significant amount in income when a runway damage happens. It often leads to long runway closure. However, you can prevent this with RESQTEC’s help.

RESQTEC provides a large range of aircraft recovery equipment. Each aircraft recovery incident is different and therefore requires other materials. See what kinds we offer – either lifting, moving or packing aircraft recovery equipment.

Guinault

Aircraft Ground Energy

GUINAULT has been supplying the European aeronautics industry for more than 60 years with:

  • GPU Ground Power Units
  • ACU Air Conditioner Units
  • Combo Units -combination of ACU/GPU
  • ASU Air Start Units
  • SA Static 400 Hz frequency converter
  • CC Distribution 400 Hz
  • and mobile equipment for Military use

Today, GUINAULT company employs more than 140 people in France near Orléans. Guinault machines are deployed on 5 continents in 125 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, United States, Germany, Singapore, Brazil, Japan, etc.

More than a manufacturer of equipment, Guinault ensures through its proposed solutions that aircraft engines (and auxiliary engines such as APU) are no longer used on the ground, significantly reducing the environmental impact and operating costs of the airlines.