DENVER -- Denver officials are hoping that a German consulting firm can devise a plan for a partially automated baggage system at Denver International Airport by the end of this month.

Engineers from the German consulting firm Logplan are in Denver this week working on the system. It is their third visit to Denver. Logplan also worked on the baggage system in Frankfurt, the closest relative to Denver International's system. Logplan is expected to deliver its analysis by the end of July.

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