GMR – T3 Terminal IGI New-Delhi
The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the primary airport of Delhi, handling close to 23 million passengers annually. The airport has 3 terminals – terminal 1A and terminal 1D, which handle most of the low cost domestic flights; and also terminal 3, which handles all international traffic and traffic from most of the full service domestic carriers. Terminal 3 of the Delhi airport is a state-of-the-art and integrated terminal, and is the world’s eighth largest passenger terminal. It has India’s first automated parking management and guidance system.
Productivity Management Group assisted GMR – T3 Terminal IGI New Delhi in utilization of their existing energy consuming asset and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Mr. Ashok Kapur helped them in providing framework for promoting energy efficiency and improving business performance. He has provided guidance in evaluating and prioritizing the implementation of new energy-efficient technologies.
Lufthansa German Airlines
As Aviation Group, Lufthansa adheres firmly to economic and strategic criteria, focusing on the core competencies of its five business areas: Passenger Airline Group, Logistics, MRO, Catering and IT Services. The Group attaches overriding importance to quality and innovation, safety and reliability.
Mr. R P Sharma from Productivity Management Group assisted Lufthansa German Airlines by providing guidance and training for maintenance food safety level throughout the organization. He helped them by offering critical control plan to identify, prevent and eliminate food safety hazards. He facilitated corrective action system and control of nonconforming product by continually updating and improving the FSMS.
GMR Male International Airport
When the tourism boom in the Maldives began in 1972, the country was in need of an international standard airport to transport international tourists to the resort islands. So, on 11 November 1981, the airport was officially inaugurated.
Maldives Airports Company Ltd (MACL) was formed on 1 January 1994 to operate and manage the Male’ International Airport. MACL is governed by the board of directors appointed by the President of the Maldives.
Mr. Ashok Kapur and Mr. Piyush Kumar implemented ISO 9001, ISO 10002, ISO 14001, Complaint Management, and Problem Solving at the Airport.