Continental Conveyor Ltd. has played a major role in the Canadian industrial landscape for almost six decades, by offering a broad range of conveying equipment and systems. Reliable material-handling equipment is a must for many manufacturing plants and warehouses today, and bulk systems are necessary to keep operations running smoothly and efficiently in many industries. Continental has maintained its reputation as an ideal one-stop shop for industrial conveyor solutions, including conveyor components.
From mining to food processing
The company has specialized in the design, engineering, and manufacture of bulk material-handling solutions – such as belt or screw conveyors, bucket elevators, stackers, feeders, and more – since it was established in 1963. A wide range of sectors and industrial markets benefit from these products, such as power plants, ports, chemicals, quarrying, food processing, smelting and reduction, reconstituted wood panels, cement, mining, and pulp and paper.
Running two modern manufacturing facilities, located in Napanee, Ont. and Thetford Mines, Que., Continental rationalizes production between both plants. The company employs a skilled team of ten engineers, 25 mechanical designers, 20 support staff, ten sales professionals, and 150 manufacturing workers, and these employees use a variety of specialty production equipment and quality-control practices. The workforce enhances the production plants and maintains exacting control or manufacturing tolerances with these processes and machines.
Customers can selection from among many types of Continental conveyor supplies. Among the examples: belt, screw, and en masse chain conveyors; bucket elevators; vibrating, weigh, and apron feeders; screw and stoker reclaimers; stackers; and conveyor components, such as idlers, pulleys, covers, impact cassettes, and specialty rubber items.
More than a product provider, Continental also designs and develops full engineered material-handling systems. A major example is a belt conveyor system with horizontal curves, constructed to handle wood products. A large ship-loading system that handles aggregate employs Continental idlers, pulleys, and other components in British Columbia. The company has everything it needs to create or enhance any conveyor, regardless of the relevant application.
Businesses across the country depend on Continental for mechanical conveyor equipment, systems, and components for almost any requirement.
For more information, contact Continental.