Barcelona, 16th January – Do you know what Cruise guests say about passenger boarding bridges? Check out ADELTE´s new video filmed in Puerto de Barcelona featuring ADELTE’s Passenger Boarding Bridges, Creuers Barcelona and impressive cruise ship MSC Armonia.
Barcelona, 28th November – Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges became a must in the cruise industry. All Terminal operators and cruise lines want to provide innovative and high technology infrastructure to their guests. With Passenger Boarding Bridges every traveller can directly and easily access the ship from the shore and vice versa.
Barcelona, 27th October – ADELTE is enforcing its presence in ASIA. After completing three successful projects in Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea, ADELTE got awarded with two new contracts to supply Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBBs) in Incheon and in Taiwan. It is the first project in Taiwan but already the second for South Korea, where ADELTE installed in 2014 four SPBBs KRONUS at Busan new ferry Terminal.
Incheon port is located on the route from China to Japan and has a very important position as a gateway to Seoul. Incheon Port Authority aims to reach three million passengers by 2020 and to become a cruise hub in Northeast Asia.
Barcelona, 23th August 2016 – “Pasarelas:Alta tecnología entre el muelle de embarque y el avión” Here is an extensive interview on Airport Passenger Boarding Bridges and Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridgestrends published in the last issue of Avion Revue Internacional Magazine.
Read the full interview clicking on the following link. (Content in spanish)
Barcelona, 3rd February – ADELTE, the leading provider of Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBBs) and Global Services to cruise and ferry terminals, has been awarded two contracts by the Canaveral Port Authority to design, manufacture and install four custom-made HYDRA models Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges at Cruise Terminals 5 and 10.
Port Canaveral was named the “Best North American Homeport” in 2015 by Cruise Critic and is the world’s second-largest cruise port by number of passengers, receiving 3.9 million passengers in 2015, behind Miami’s 4.8 million passengers. It is expected to grow by 50 percent in the next four years, reaching up to 6 million cruise guests annually.