The Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) has entered into a contract with Nuctech Middle East FZCO, a leading company in designing and building independent security screening systems (SSS) and associated businesses, utilizing cutting-edge technology and top-tier quality standards. The agreement was formalized at the airport's administrative building by Ali Salim Al Midfa, the chairman of SAA, and Meng Qiang, the general manager of the company, in the presence of Sheikh Faisal Bin Saoud Al Qassimi, the director of SAA, and several officials from both organizations.

Al Midfa stated: "SAA has a clear vision for executing the Sharjah Airport Expansion Project, targeting an increase in capacity to 25 million passengers annually by the end of 2027." The contract entails the provision of 67 X-ray security inspection devices for detecting prohibited items, offering a comprehensive system for all security equipment used in inspecting passengers, baggage, cargo, and waste, as well as screening employees and their belongings, and devices for inspecting prohibited or suspicious goods and luggage in customs and cargo sectors.

Al Midfa highlighted that the expansion project includes various packages, including the seventh package, which involves designing and constructing an integrated system for independent security screening equipment and related tasks, which will significantly enhance the passenger flow at Sharjah Airport. Nuctech will provide screening devices based on the most advanced global technologies as part of the seventh package of the expansion project. Security X-ray machines are essential components of airport security procedures worldwide, designed to identify any potential threats or prohibited materials.