White Bear Lake, MN (March 4, 2013) - Tech Logic receives another substantial contract in the Denver Public Library system with a purchase order for a 9-bin Ultra-Sort Automated Materials Handling system in the new West Denver Branch library.
The large sorting system will have both interior and exterior drops, staff induction, and the capability to add a loader/unloader in the future. Consultant Mike Heitzman and the Tech Logic engineering team are working closely with Wember, the Project Management team, and Denver Library staff to build and install the system this fall.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new West Denver Branch Library took place late last summer, and construction is well underway, with an opening date planned for early 2014. The new branch, to be located on the corner of West Colfax and Irving St., is funded through the voter-approved Better Denver Bond program, which also helped fund the recently opened Sam Gary and Green Valley Ranch Branch libraries.
Mike Heitzman, Library Sales Consultant for Tech Logic, says, "The Denver West Branch will be the sixth Tech Logic Automated Materials Handling System to be installed within the Denver Public Library system. Tech Logic has been able to provide a custom-made materials handling solution for each branch and we appreciate the Denver Public Library's continued confidence and trust in Tech Logic."
Tech Logic is pleased to add the West Denver Branch to their Denver Public Library roster. Other Denver Public Library Branch customers with Automated Sorting Technologies systems include the Central Library with a 9-bin system, Ross-University Hills Branch Library with a 5-bin system, Green Valley Ranch Branch Library with a 5-bin system, Sam Gary Branch Library with a 9-bin system, and Schlessman Family Branch Library with a 5-bin system.
Mike Heitzman joined Tech Logic in 2010 as a sales consultant with an extensive sales background in the publishing industry as well as in global sales and marketing management. He consults with libraries in the western region of the U.S., including Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. Mike's territories also include Canada's provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan.
Founded in 1997, Tech Logic exclusively serves libraries with patented and patent-pending automated material handling systems that promote efficiency and patron self-service. For further information about Tech Logic's products and services, visit www.tech-logic.com or call 800-494-9330.