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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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POSTED: 18th November 2013

BCS Hawaii project leads to further US contracts

A subsidiary of New Zealand-based BCS Group, BCS North America, has completed a multi-million dollar contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of Hawaii’s Honolulu International Airport, including state of the art explosives detections equipment.

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POSTED: 20th August 2013

‘Everything as a service’ the future for BCS

When choosing a vendor to work with, take the time to really establish if they fit your business, says Brett Hobbs, group information technology manager at BCS Group.

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POSTED: 25th July 2013

Kiwis tackle Oz baggage

A Kiwi baggage handling company has won two projects that will upgrade technology at Australian airports to meet the increasing needs of Virgin Australia.

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POSTED: 12th June 2013

Melbourne Airport to invest AUD1bn over the next five years in technology enhancement

Australia's Melbourne Tullamarine Airport stated (11-Jun-2013) it is introducing SITA's AirportConnect Open, supporting common use self-service (CUSS) kiosks along with self-service bag-tagging and automated self-bag drop units.

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POSTED: 20th March 2013

BCS - BHS Supplier of Choice

BCS is proud to be the BHS supplier of choice for 40% of the top 5 notable new airport projects named by “Business Traveller” Asia Pacific in its March edition with our work at KLIA2 project in Malaysia and Canberra Airport in Australia.

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POSTED: 30th November 2012

BCS adds Macau to Asian airport wins

BCS Group continues to consolidate its Asian presence, winning a long lead time contract to upgrade the outbound baggage handling at Macau International Airport.

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POSTED: 27th November 2012

Self-service at airports: Tag, you're it

CANADIANS flying to the United States with WestJet Airlines can now tag their own bags at six airports. WestJet passengers checking in at a kiosk can print their own boarding passes and baggage tags, attach the tags and then drop the luggage off at the designated area. It's the first time self-service baggage tagging has been available on non-stop cross-border flights, but the trend towards self-service is clearly moving beyond just checking in or printing tickets at home.

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POSTED: 9th September 2012

Innovation without excess baggage

BCS is making inroads into the global market for baggage handling equipment, especially targeting Southeast Asia and South America.

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POSTED: 31st July 2012

Global wireless network takes the logistics out for BCS

Rolling out a global network upgrade in a day says a lot for ease of deployment. And when it’s across 30 remote offices and 340 staff the ongoing simplicity has been a boon to the IT team...

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