Talma arrives in Ecuador to strengthen the Airport Sector


Talma, leading airport services company in Latin America, operates in seven of the most important airports in Ecuador: Quito, Guayaquil, Cuenca, Manta, Baltra, San Cristóbal and Coca, through ramp services, implementing the highest quality standards .

Last Thursday, November 9, 2017, Talma officially presented its operation in Ecuador in the presence of representatives of the national airport sector. Vladimir Muñoz, General Manager of Talma Ecuador, was in charge of the exhibition. "We are very satisfied with the work in Ecuador. It has achieved a successful integration of the Ecuadorian and Peruvian experience, which has allowed us to achieve improvements in record time. Talma's value proposal is based on safety, speed and efficiency, three fundamental concepts for our operations and we seek to fully comply with them, "he said during the event.

The operations of Talma Ecuador focus on ramp services for the main airlines that work in the national territory. These include the parking and towing of aircraft, auxiliary services, loading and unloading of aircraft, cabin cleaning, among others.

Talma Ecuador started its activity in May of this year. During this period, it has generated approximately 80 new jobs, investing in equipment and incorporating the SAP system, which has allowed the improvement in the level of service, punctuality and reliability in the operation.

The services that Talma offers to the sector are backed by high international standards for quality management such as ISAGO, which accredits excellence in onshore operations processes, and ISO 9001.

Talma Ecuador has a 39% market share, increasing by 5% compared to the beginning of its operations in May. The company is committed to grow and strengthen its service, in order to meet the needs of current and potential customers, and seeks to offer new services such as aircraft maintenance, passenger attention, among others.

Talma is present in three Latin American countries, operating in 20 airports in Peru, 3 cities in Mexico, and now in Ecuador with the commitment to offer the best service and high quality standards.


Source: Digital Management Magazine – Ecuador