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POSTED: 6th June 2016

CeMAT Australia, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 12-14 July 2016

Come & see Daifuku BCS (Stand E26) at CeMAT Australia at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 12-14 July 2016.

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POSTED: 20th November 2015

Smart kiwi tech catches Japanese eyes as export potential increases

Smart New Zealand technology has caught the eye of one of Japan’s most powerful companies - Daifuku - with the visit of its President and CEO Masaki Hojo likely to open new export doors for local businesses.

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POSTED: 19th November 2015

BCS to accelerate growth through Japanese Partnership

Smart New Zealand technology has caught the eye of Daifuku Co. Ltd, one of Japan’s most powerful companies, and the visit this week of its President and CEO, Masaki Hojo looks likely to open new export doors for local businesses.

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POSTED: 13th March 2015

CeMAT, Sydney Olympic Park, 5-7 May 2015

Come and visit BCS/Fives (stand C24) at CeMAT from 5-7 May 2015 at Sydney Olympic Park. CeMAT is the world’s leading fair on intralogistics and materials handling.

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POSTED: 31st October 2014

Daifuku investment in BCS accelerates global growth

Japan’s Daifuku Co., Ltd. is to take a majority stake in one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing companies, New Zealand-headquartered BCS Group; in a move described by BCS CEO Patrick Teo as opening doors for the company’s plans for faster global expansion and access to new markets.

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POSTED: 28th August 2014

BCS Group leads TIN-100 manufacturing burst in 2014

Baggage handling software and systems manufacturer BCS Group is the stand-out performer in the 2014 TIN-100 annual report on high tech New Zealand companies, growing total revenues 43 percent to more than $140 million in the latest financial year and targeting annual revenues of $200 million by 2016.

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POSTED: 7th July 2014

Mega Projects Propel BCS Group into Record Year

Technology Company BCS Group has just reported a record year, almost doubling its turnover and securing some high profile international wins in both the airport and logistics sector.

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POSTED: 23rd January 2014

BCS technology supports mega parcel facility for Australia's Toll Group

Technology company BCS Group has won the work to build the highly specialised sortation system for the largest express parcel sorting facility in Australia. Australia and New Zealand’s largest provider of transport and logistics, Toll Group, is currently building the 53,000 square metre facility in the new Bungarribee Industrial Estate in Sydney’s west.

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POSTED: 7th January 2014

BCS to build parcel sorting system in Sydney

A New Zealand technology company has scored its biggest logistics contract to build a parcel sorting system for a 53,000sq metre freight facility in Sydney.

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