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Reaching high and far enough

The Power Stow Rollertrack was designed to decrease long time health issue and speed up / mechanize bulk luggage handling (loading and unloading) on narrow body and regional aircraft with no integrated onboard luggage handling systems. 

In principal Power Stow Rollertrack can be utilized on any aircraft type which has one or more bulk cargo compartments and to some extent also be used as a stop gap measure if on board systems are down. This applies for almost any type of wide body, narrow body or regional aircraft. 

The Power Stow Rollertrack has a standard length of 7.5 metres which is the same as the standard length of the standard belt loaders that are used as basis for the Power Stow conversion. This is sufficient to reach and dock onto most aircraft types and at the same time the Rollertrack is long enough to reach into the far end of the individual aircraft bulk cargo compartment. 

However, in some cases a longer belt and Rolletrack are needed to either reach high enough for the Power Stow to go into "Autolevel-mode" when docking and/or be able to reach far enough into the bulk cargo compartment. Then a 9 metres long belt loader with the corresponding length of Rollertrack is the right solution.


Airbus               Avro Boeing             Douglas            Embraer           
A318 Special design    B717 DC-9 170 Series
A319   B737 MD80 190 Series
A320   B757 MD90  








Proven quality

Power Stow has been in the market for more than 15 years. Tested and tried under harsh, everyday conditions, the Rollertrack Conveyor has proved its superior performance through cost-effective loading and offloading of passenger baggage on the ramp.

  • More than 1500 units sold worldwide
  • Recognized by HSE organizations
  • Operational in all weather conditions
Fast return on investment

Power Stow helps airport ground handlers to become faster and more efficient at loading & unloading bulk baggage and cargo, while improving working conditions for their people.

  • Significant operational savings
  • Higher productivity
  • No additional weight during flight
  • Lower injury costs associated with shoulder and back injuries
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