Big growth plans at Logan Teleflex

momberger

26 September 2013

U.K.-based baggage handling systems supplier Logan Teleflex is placing new product and staff development at the heart of plans to increase turnover to GBP 60 million in the next five years. The company, which has spent more than 40 years at the forefront of its field, is also a leader in the design and development of in-line hold baggage screening (HBS) Systems. Today, the firm employs 150 people and, along with its member companies, has been responsible for designing and implementing more than 400 baggage handling solutions around the world. Now, following successful export orders at Vladivostok in Russia, Kunming in China and now Tianjin, Logan is planning further developments to its products and workforce as a part of a growth strategy to reach a GBP 60 million turnover in the next five years. To help it achieve its goal, the company has acquired additional premises where it hopes to replicate a live baggage handling system to validate new design concepts. Operations manager Ian Buffey said: “The result of this development is intended to provide Logan with the most advanced sortation system in the airport baggage handling industry. Success with this venture and being able to produce state-of-the-art machinery will further increase the company’s ability to compete in overseas markets.”

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