Tech Logic announces the expansion of its automated materials handling (AMH) manufacturing operation, with the addition of six new full-time employees at their Oakdale, Minnesota headquarters.
Mechanical specialists Eli Hartwig and Steve Klund, and lead installer Michael Sheak have been hired to accommodate an increased demand for automated library sorting equipment, including Tech Logic's patented UltraSortmaterials handling solution.
The company also recently welcomed project manager Jessica Perkins; proposal writer Michael Finnern; and customer service representative Joel Neppl. With the fulfillment of these positions, Tech Logic is poised to lead the library market in AMH, self-checkout and RFID solutions in 2019, while continuing its legacy of manufacturing products made in the U.S.A.
About Tech Logic
More than 20 years ago librarians partnered with Tech Logic to create the first automated materials handling (AMH) sorter exclusively for libraries. In addition to AMH, the family-owned, Minnesota-based company delivers leading solutions for self-checkout, RFID, item security and collection management that improve the patron experience and free up library staff. Tech Logic takes pride in innovating customized designs that streamline handling of library materials - from acquisition and circulation to weeding and online sales. Tech Logic's "People First" philosophy results in products built by librarians to solve real-world library challenges.