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West River builds special-designed conveyor fabrications like chutes and guarding…

to accommodate your unique application. We have built a wide variety of special, custom items that include conveyor chutes, conveyor guarding, conveyor frames, conveyor pulley and coupling covers, and more. With the use of our Overland Conveyor bulk material handling software program, we are able to design belt systems with the latest technical advancements to any specification. If you need an unusual piece of equipment, West River Conveyors is your solution.

Alignment-Free Conveyor
With Special Guarding
48BW Alignment-Free
Conveyor and Take-Up
With Guarding
Special designed 48BW
Glide Bed Tail Section

Custom Overland and Underground Mining Conveyor Equipment

OVERLAND CONVEYORS

OVERLAND CONVEYORS

Cost-effective solutions for hauling aggregates like sand and gravel over long distances.

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UNDERGROUND CONVEYORS

UNDERGROUND CONVEYORS

Improve mining operations with custom conveyors that are tested for safety and reliability.

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PARTS

PARTS

An online inventory stocked with gearboxes, fluid couplings and other parts ready to be shipped.

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CONVEYOR BELTS

CONVEYOR BELTS

Avoid unplanned downtime and injuries that can arise from worn out conveyor belts.

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Latest News

West River Conveyors wins the 2020 SVAM Manufacturer of the Year Award

Oct 22, 2020

West River Conveyors & Machinery Company was recently awarded the 2020 Manufacturer of the Year Award by the Southwest Virginia Alliance for Manufacturing (SVAM). In a virtual ceremony held on read more »

The Advantages of Overland Conveyors vs. Mining Trucks

Sep 14, 2020

The debate of whether to use a fleet of trucks or conveyors to move millions of tons of aggregate from the job site to the processing plant is not a read more »

Considerations For An Optimal Conveyor Transfer Chute Design

Jul 10, 2020

Conveyor transfer chute problems are often expensive. Close attention in the design phase can prevent or at least minimize them.  Consider for example a chute that keeps blocking. Each time read more »