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FTI receives three-year contract for baggage handling at Miami airport.

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The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners has given FMC Technologies' (FTI) Airport Systems Division a notice to proceed for providing maintenance and repairs on automated baggage handling systems at Miami International Airport.

FTI said the three-year contract has a revenue value of approximately USD25m. Additionally, the contract provides an option to extend the term for two one-year increments, valued at approximately USD6m per year.

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