TecDis is a leading specialist logistics network which provides comprehensive banking and retail logistics services to its customers. Those customers utilise many of our range of services from pre-staging equipment in our high tech warehouse facilities to the delivery and commissioning of automated teller machine (ATMs). In addition to being a leading ATM installation agency, TecDis commissions and installs bank statement printers, ticket vending machines (TVMs) and many other self-service terminals found at both public and private locations across Europe.
With over 40 years operating experience, we have developed extensive product knowledge which ensures that the devices are professionally handled and installed, with every step of the process being closely monitored.
Your ATM machines are protected throughout every step of the process from receipt into the high tech warehouse to transportation and ATM machine installation. Many leading banks are long standing customers due to our impeccable standards of operation and years of expertise in bank ATM installation.
In addition to services in the banking sector, TecDis provides specialist logistics and installation services for the retail sector. Our clients include major supermarkets, national retail chains and independent specialists and we have extensive experience with products such as EPOS systems, self-service check outs and kiosk units.
For new retail sites that need setting up or existing sites that need refurbishing, TecDis has the expertise to project manage your logistics operations across many challenging retail environments.
Our network philosophy ensures best practice procedures have been shared amongst all TecDis members.
We provide complete end-to-end project management to complement our services as an ATM machine installation company and leading retail logistics provider.
Our streamlined services have enabled TecDis to become one of the leading bank ATM installation companies. We are renowned among our regular clients for our efficient services, professionalism and transparency.