Whether you need a full conveyor system or just equipment parts, you can count on West River Conveyors to deliver exactly what you need. It’s easy to get started–just click below to get a free estimate.
When dealing with conveyors for mining, you shouldn’t have to guess whether or not your conveyor equipment will be the right fit for you needs. That’s why we offer custom-engineered conveyor options to ensure your needs are met.
Our staff has worked with miners, maintenance managers, engineers and foremen to create drives and complete conveyor packages that provide the most reliable heavy material handling equipment on the market.
Though we can create any custom conveyor system, we do specialize in mining equipment designed specifically for these industries:
We work with people all across the state of Michigan. Here are just some of the areas that we’ve provided customers with conveyor equipment and parts solutions:
Contact us now to get started or to ask questions about how we can help you achieve more with custom conveyor systems. Click the link below to get in touch.
At West River Conveyors & Machinery Company, we have been building and rebuilding conveyor equipment for over 30 years. Our experienced staff of employees are trained and qualified to provide you with all your conveyor equipment needs. We are an ISO 9001:2015 Certified manufacturer and we’ve been recognized with the Advanced Manufacturing Award and the Manufacturer of the Year Award.
*We ship anywhere in the United States. Contact us for more details.
Warehouse serving Michigan:
Oakwood, VA 24631
Call us: (276) 991-4450
Fax: (276) 259-5252
Whether you need a conveyor belt drive for a very specific situation or you want a completely custom-built conveyor system, we can help you achieve what you’re looking for. Click to below to read more and get a free estimate.
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