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Tensator at the Dubai Airport Show

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At Tensator, we work alongside some of the world’s leading airlines and airports to provide queue management and security solutions. This year, at the Airport Show Dubai, we will be showcasing a number of our best-sellers, alongside some of our latest products for the aviation industry.

Taking centre stage is the recently launched Airport Passenger Guidance (APG) system, designed for low-cost airlines to deliver a robust and safe solution that guides passengers efficiently when boarding and disembarking a plane. The APG combines a durable, high-visibility finish, steel frame and retractable anti-static webbing to ensure that dangerous under-wing areas are kept clear and passenger waiting times are reduced.Our trademark Tensabarrier® continues to be recognised as the world’s leading retractable belt system and is a permanent fixture in many global queuing environments.

Alongside the APG and Tensabarrier®, visitors to the Tensator stand will also be able to view our range of Airport Security Gates and eQ™ Call Forward Systems, which operate on a first-come, first-served single line queuing system that provides the fairest way to serve passengers.

Tensator’s team of experts will be on hand throughout the show to answer any individual queries, offering advice and details on our extensive product portfolio. For more information visit stand number CH6 or to book pre-book an appointment at the show, email info@tensator.ae

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