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IMHX exhibitor news: BS Handling Systems

IMHX exhibitor news: BS Handling Systems

Located: Hall 20, Stand F145

BS Handling Systems is a Leicester based materials handling and logistics company supplying modern conveyor, warehouse and storage solutions. As a full-service provider, BS Handling Systems offers complete turnkey project management including design, supply and installation. The company also manufactures its own range of conveyor systems for standard or bespoke systems.

With a wealth of experience in the logistics, sortation and automation environment, BS Handling Systems has installed many integrated conveyor and sortation systems. These projects have either been standalone or alongside pallet racking, shelving, garment handling systems and mezzanine floor solutions.

Recent projects have seen BS Handling Systems complete installations for a variety of clients across industry sectors including ecommerce giants, 3PLs, fashion retailers and the automotive industry. The Leicester based company has produced installations across the United Kingdom as well as Europe, Dubai and the Middle East.

The company’s key account management strategy ensures contact continuity for every contract and project, from start to completion. With multiple engineering teams on the road throughout the UK, BS Handling Systems is able to back up installations with first-class servicing and call out cover, giving clients complete peace of mind. In addition to the UK, BS Handling System has also extended its service contract offerings to Europe as well as Dubai (remote).

BS Handling Systems evolves

BS Handling Systems has recently completed works on its new head office in Leicester which features modern offices as well as an engineering facility which provides space for product manufacturing, testing, development and demonstrations.

The office build was designed and completed by BS Handling Systems and is a testament to its project management skills. Due to the success, the company plans to extend its service offering to clients to include refurbishment and new office fit out projects.

BS Handling Systems is passionate about the e-commerce industry and its environmental impact. As a result, future plans see the company becoming a UK distributor for a French company supplying recycled pieces of equipment. In addition to this, BS Handling has set a goal for the company to significantly reduce its carbon footprint within the next two years.

The new offices also feature a beehive, designed and made by the BS Handling Systems team, using recycled wood from the office refurbishment project. The initiative is to house and protect an organic colony of bees to support the bee population and ecosystem.

As a forward thinking and employee focused company, BS Handling Systems has created a meditation room at the new office site. This is to support the wellbeing of employees and to promote a healthy work and life balance. The meditation room is part of BS Handling Systems’ dedication to its social and environmental responsibilities.  

In addition to the new head office, BS Handling has launched a new facilities management service provision to its client base. The company is now offering reactive/pre-planned maintenance and cleaning services with full 24/7 customer support across all industry and public sectors.

IMHX– visit stand 20F145

Visitors to the BS Handling Systems stand at the NEC, Birmingham can expect to meet members of both the materials handling and facilities management teams. Project managers will be welcoming people throughout the four-day logistics event to discuss any queries, quotes or potential projects.

Register here for your free all-access visitor badge for IMHX 2019, returning to the NEC Birmingham from 24 - 27 September 2019.

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