TechTrans Announces Partnership with Tidel

Tidel’s cash recycling solutions enable high-cash volume businesses to automate the recycling and dispensing of coins and notes​

Program will Manage Logistics for Cash Recycler Units

DALLAS, TX, 2017-Oct-16 — /EPR Retail News/ — TechTrans, a leading provider of nationwide transportation and logistics solutions, is proud to announce a new partnership with Tidel, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of automated cash management systems for the retail industry. TechTrans will be responsible for coordinating the transportation, delivery, and installation of Tidel’s Cash Recycler Units at customer locations nationwide.

Tidel’s cash recycling solutions enable high-cash volume businesses to automate the recycling and dispensing of coins and notes, to help drive more efficiencies and accountability for their cash operations.  TechTrans will offer a single-source solution for all logistics and installation activities required for Tidel’s recycler customer sites across the country.

“We have a strategy in place that will allow Tidel’s products to move more efficiently and effectively through the supply chain, and improve downstream fulfillment of their products post-sale,” said Len Batcha, President of TechTrans. “Our team of specialists — from our warehouse managers to our shippers to our technicians in the field – are uniquely positioned to offer the full scope of services required to operationalize Tidel’s recycling solutions.”

With TechTrans’ extensive background not only in retail, but also the medical, residential, and technology industries, Troy Richard, Executive Vice President of Operations for Tidel, says the logistics partner is well positioned to take on his company’s complex needs.

“The partnership between Tidel and TechTrans combines industry leading cash management solutions with best-in-class logistics execution of delivery and installation services,” said Richard. “We are excited to bring a seamless experience with minimal disruption to our customers and their business operations.”

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About TechTrans
Founded in 1990, Technical Transportation Inc. provides transportation, logistics and tracking for manufacturers of specialized high-value equipment. Based in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metropolitan area, TechTrans has a nationwide network of agents and carriers who are experts at transporting and deploying high-value, heavy-weight shipments for large enterprises. www.techtrans.com.

About Tidel
Headquartered outside of Dallas, TX, Tidel is a leading provider of cash management solutions that empower retail institutions across the globe to better manage their daily cash operations, reduce risk, and increase profits. Since 1978, customers have relied on Tidel to provide the most innovative and reliable solutions that help secure, optimize, and streamline their cash environment. Information about Tidel and its products may be found on the company’s website at www.tidel.com.

Media Contact:

Jennifer Green
jgreen@burns-360.com
214-521-8596

 

The R50 by Tidel is a full note and coin recycler unit, available at retail locations nationwide

 

The Royal Mint Reveals The Official London 2012 Olympic And Paralympic Coins

The Royal Mint has announced that two British students have had the honour of designing the official UK coins to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The two designs – one for the Olympic Games and one for the Paralympic Games – will soon be in the hands of Games enthusiasts around the world, ahead of next summer’s Games.

Since the Helsinki summer Olympic Games in 1952 it has been tradition for commemorative coins to be struck in celebration of the Games. Now 24 year old architectural student Saiman Miah from Birmingham, and mature graphic and media design graduate Pippa Sanderson from Malvern, Worcestershire, have joined the artistic elite, creating two £5 coins which will be permanent and much-treasured mementos of London 2012.

The winning designs of the London 2012 coins were selected following a Royal Mint competition for art and design students attending higher education colleges and universities across the UK. Students were challenged to create a design celebrating the capital’s role as host city of London 2012, including the Olympic and Paralympic Games logos. Designs were requested that could be symbolic or literal and could involve the use of emblems or lettering.

As well as the honour of designing the official London 2012 Olympic coins the winners also receive £5,000 prize money. The coins, both of which are UK legal tender, will go on sale this month and are expected to be collected by thousands of Games enthusiasts around the world.

The winning designer of the official Olympic coin, Saiman Miah, is currently studying for his Master’s degree at the Birmingham School of Architecture. The inspiration for his design came from his love of architecture and includes a detailed impression of London’s iconic skyline. Saiman also incorporates pictograms of athletes around the edge of the skyline to create a clock face referencing to another London icon, Big Ben.

Pippa Sanderson, who recently graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Graphic and Media Design at Hereford College of Arts, designed the London 2012 Paralympic Coin.

Taking inspiration from the Games, Pippa’s design celebrates accuracy, manoeuvrability and speed by using the round shape of the coin along with circles found in the Games. Split into these four sections, her design features a spoked wheel for manoeuvrability, a target for accuracy and a stopwatch for speed and includes the face of Big Ben to represent London.

The Royal Mint was established over 1,000 years ago and has a long and distinguished history of commemorating important national events. With the Olympic and Paralympic Games and Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee both taking place next year, the eyes of the world will be on London and the UK; and both Saiman and Pippa have created coins that will be treasured reminders of the global celebration.

Via EPR Network
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