Logan Teleflex wins contract from Minot International Airport

22 July 2014 (Last Updated July 22nd, 2014 18:30)

Airport baggage handling systems provider Logan Teleflex has secured a $2m contract from Minot International Airport in Minot, North Dakota, US.

Airport baggage handling systems provider Logan Teleflex has secured a $2m contract from Minot International Airport in Minot, North Dakota, US.

A subsidiary of Daifuku Webb, Logan Teleflex will install ticketing and transporting conveyors, inbound flat plate reclaim devices and an outbound security screening system at Minot's new terminal.

"Our experienced experts and continued focus on customer care will play an integral role throughout this project."

Minot is building a new terminal in order to cater to its increasing number of passengers, which is due to a growth in the population, as well as an influx of workers and residents.

Daifuku Webb global airport baggage handling managing director Brian Stewart said: "In today's world, we understand that a dependable, security conscious and efficient baggage handling system is more critical than ever.

"Our experienced experts and continued focus on customer care will play an integral role throughout this project."

Headquartered in Kentucky, US, Logan Teleflex provides airport baggage handling systems at airports across North America.

The company has engineered, designed and assembled baggage handling systems and equipment at various airports.