TSL Systems expands operational capability

UK-based company expands its HQ and takes on new engineers
Roger Henderson at IBC in 2016.
Roger Henderson at IBC in 2016.


TSL Systems, an independent systems integrator, has expanded its UK headquarters and created five new full-time engineering jobs in response to a sustained global increase in demand for its products and services.

The company, which has seen a significant increase in the number of high profile projects won over the last 18 months, now employs 40 people between its UK and Dubai operations. The expansion of TSL Systems’ facility by an additional 400 square metres provides more space dedicated to pre-building, testing and conducting factory acceptance tests, as well as larger warehousing facilities.

“As we continue to increase our service offering, our support and operational structures must also scale in order to maintain and sustain the high levels of service that our customers expect,” said Roger Henderson, CEO, TSL Systems.

“The expansion of the UK Headquarters and our expert engineering team is positive evidence of our recent strong performance. Our strategy of rebalancing and strengthening the business creatively, commercially and financially, while investing in talented engineering staff, remains the right one as we continue to grow.”

The TSL Systems team will be at IBC 2017 on Stand 10.B41.

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