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Ramper Innovations

We keep ramp agents safe + save airlines money

Last Funded September 2022


raised from 120 investors
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🏆 Winner of Alaska Angel Conference investment 2019 and raised $350K to date
💫 2 patents issued, multiple international trademark protections pending
💥 Beta agreements w/ AeroMexico, VivaAerobus, AeroCharters
✅ Distribution agreement for 40 units w/ HQ Mexico by end of 2022
💪 First sale, January 2022
🌍 $4B total addressable market globally
👍 Founder has 38 years of experience in the industry

Our Team

I spent 38 years doing the physically demanding job, I saw far too many of my fellow agents getting injured because there was not an affordable solution to the manual method. I choose this idea because it works. I care because I deal with back pain every single day and I want to make sure that isn't the case for others who are doing the job.

We reduce the cost, time & injuries of ground handling ops 💪

Tim Fulton spent over 38 years as a ramp agent for Alaska Airlines. He then founded Ramper Innovations to pursue his dream of making the airline industry safer. He combined his extensive experience in the airline industry and product development to develop a loading solution that saved rampers' backs & saved airlines money: TISABAS.

Coming from the same background as my clients gives me unique insights into the challenges they face. And I am passionate and committed to making ramp agents’ jobs safer and easier. But don’t just take my word for it! I have received several awards from Alaska Airlines for safety, environmental, customer service and innovation. I was especially honored to receive the Legend Award from Alaska Airlines, which is given to select employees for going above and beyond consistently over years of service. Even the ramp agents who have tested TISABAS are in love with it! 

- Founder & CEO, Tim Fulton

Tim, Hugh, & Tom at the International GSE Expo.

Rampers using TISABAS for a VivaAerobus flight.

Forward-looking projections cannot be guaranteed.