The order consists of a range of GSE products including pushback tractors, cargo loaders, air conditioning units, heating systems and more.
The companies say the solutions will contribute to smoother, more efficient air cargo operations and improve the safety and reliability of ground handling processes.
They say the strategic relationship will help airports and airlines to streamline their ground operations, reduce operational costs, improve the passenger experience and support green initiatives by offering state-of-the-art, energy-efficient equipment.
Jason Gendron, CEO of Mercury GSE, said: “As the aviation sector rebounds from the pandemic, our investment in the latest GSE technology underscores our commitment to supporting our customers and partners with the most advanced solutions available.”
Christian Eitner, Region Director of JBT AeroTech, added: “We’re honoured to be part of your journey and remain committed to customer success. This milestone reaffirms our strong collaboration, and we’re excited about the opportunities ahead as we continue to serve the GSE industry.”