Narita International Airport to install 72 of ICM’s Auto Bag Drop units in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games

Narita International Airport has signed a contract with ICM Airport Technics for the installation of 72 self-service Auto Bag Drop (ABD) units ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Designed and built by ICM, the Series 7 ABD units will be progressively rolled out across all 4 terminals of Narita Airport. Multi-lingual and packed with user-friendly features, ICM’s ABD units will improve the efficiency of check-in and bag drop times for passengers of multiple airlines.

As Japan’s leading international airport, Narita is strategically placed as a key operational hub in the Asia-Pacific region for the three major airline alliances – SkyTeam, Star Alliance and One World. This is ICM’s first foray into the Japanese market, with further significant developments in Japan to be announced in the coming months.

“ICM is delighted to have been appointed by Narita to bring our world-leading self-service solutions to improve the passenger experience and throughput in time for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. This is an ideal opportunity for ICM to showcase our technology in Japan.” said ICM Group CEO Richard Dinkelmann.


For further information, contact:

Anna Farah – Marketing Executive – ICM Airport Technics

P: +61 2 9695 7200  M: +61 416 870 772  E:

About ICM Airport Technics

ICM Airport Technics is the global leader in self-service baggage solutions, and inventor of the self-service Auto Bag Drop units used by the world’s best airport terminals. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia with offices in the UK, France, Singapore, Japan and the USA, ICM Airport Technics uses innovative technology to help airlines and airports enhance the passenger experience, whilst also improving their efficiency. As of today’s date, ICM Airport Technics has sold over 1,100 Auto Bag Drop units for use in 39 airport terminals across the world, and have processed more than 80 million bags.