Engie Refrigeration GmbH from Lindau, Germany has secured a major deal for refrigeration at Terminal 2 of Hamburg Airport, Germany. Engie will be installing three Quantum chillers. At airports all over the world, a total of more than sixty Engie Refrigeration chillers are being used. Hamburg Airport is Germany’s oldest airport and ranks fifth in size, handling more than 17 million flight passengers a year. The airport operator and Engie Refrigeration have maintained a partnership for several years now to handle cooling at Terminal 1 and on the DFS air traffic controller service’s premises.
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