• 20 September, 2018

ADELTE wins prestigious Seatrade Cruise Award “Supplier of the Year 2018”

Lisbon, 20th September 2018 – ADELTE, the world leading designer and manufacturer Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBBs) for Cruise and Ferry Terminals, received last night the “Supplier of the Year 2018” award during the Seatrade Cruise Awards gala evening, sponsored by Global Ports Holding, at the Patio da Galé in Lisbon.

We are enormously proud to receive this award from the cruise industry. After winning this award for the first time in 2008, we are once again delighted to be recognized  for our commitment to deliver innovative and tailor-made Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges and Global Services to enhance Cruise and Ferry terminal operations all around the world” says Jordi Floreta, Vice-President at ADELTE.

Recognizing “any firm or individual who has provided a exceptional quality service/or quality supplies to cruise lines/builders/ports etc over the past 12 months,” the Award was determined by a judging panel of industry executives, members of Seatrade Cruise global editorial team, cruise consultants, analysts and association experts from around the world.

Over the last 12 months, ADELTE has delivered at total of 19 SPBBs to Cruise and Ferry Terminals around the world. Cruise terminals in Barcelona, Cherbourg, Civitavecchia, Lisbon, Southampton, Port Miami, Port of Seattle, Keelung, Incheon, Taipei and a Ferry terminal in Brodick, received one or multiple boarding bridges from August 2017 up until the end of July 2018. ADELTE’s current project portfolio includes the delivery of SPBBs to the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney, the Ocean Terminal in Southampton, the Palacrociere Terminal in Savona and Cruise Terminal 3 in Port Canaveral.

  • 17 October, 2017

ADELTE contracted to deliver new Passenger Boarding Bridges for Manchester Airport

Barcelona, 17th of October 2017 – ADELTE has signed a contract with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to design, manufacture and install 11 new Passenger Boarding Bridges at Manchester Airport as part of its £1bn transformation programme.

The new boarding bridges will be installed by ADELTE in late 2018 and early 2019 as part of the first phase of the Manchester Airport Transformation Programme (MAN-TP).

The 11 boarding bridges that will be gradually installed will be Apron Drive models with glass sided tunnels. In addition to protecting passengers from exposure to the often inclement weather in the north of the UK, ADELTE’s advance systems will allow for more efficient and rapid turnarounds at Pier 1 of Terminal 2. 

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  • 29 September, 2017

ADELTE lands in India with a contract for 12 airports

Barcelona, 29th of September 2017 – In 2016, more than 224 million passengers travelled by plane in India. By 2020, India is expected to be the world’s third largest aviation market, with a fleet of more than 800 aircraft. ADELTE is part of the modernization at 12 of the country’s most important airports, installing state-of-the-art passenger boarding bridges.

India’s continued economic development and growth demands an efficient domestic transport system linked to international access. In the period 2016-2020, an investment of USD 15 trillion is earmarked for the improvement and development of airport infrastructures.

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  • 24 August, 2017

ADELTE strengthens its international presence delivering innovative boarding solutions to major ports across the world

Barcelona, 24th August – Port cities like Miami or Barcelona are global benchmarks for cruise ship traffic. Their infrastructures must ensure efficient, incident-free travel for passengers and, of course, impeccable safety standards and quality of service. This year, ADELTE will install tailor-made seaport passenger boarding bridges, the most innovative bridges in the transport sector.

Each port has unique needs. Every architect aims for something new. Each company is distinguished by certain qualities. But everyone agrees that boarding bridges should deliver comfort and safety for passengers. ADELTE consistently designs boarding bridges that not only meet the maritime transport needs of today but are already responding to the challenges of the future, creating innovative solutions adapted to each unique cruise and ferry terminal.

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