The Need This electronics distribution company was having issues with their worn out Best/Flex Gravity Truck Loading Conveyors. The conveyors were not conveying boxes into the trailer efficiently and it was becoming increasingly difficult for workers to manually pull the conveyors into place. The Industry/Company This company is one of the world’s largest wholesale distributors […]
Kubota Manufacturing of America partnered with Conveyors & Drives, Inc. to design and implement a conveyor system to extend the assembly line through the crating process. Space was very limited and the conveyor system would have to handle crated and non-crated RTV’s at the same time. RTV weight was upwards of 3500 pounds and crates were up to 12 feet in length with various locations of cross boards on the bottom. Prior to the conveyor install, Kubota was shipping completed RTV’s to a satellite facility for final crating. Moving the crating process to the end of the assembly line would increase efficiencies in assembly.
An Atlanta-based major foods wholesaler desired a more efficient and cost effective method of moving full pallets of food product from a cooler in one building to the shipping department in an adjacent building. Current product movement included the labor intensive process of loading, unloading and transporting pallets via tractor-trailer truck. Additional challenges included a significant elevation change between buildings.
Trojan Battery partnered with Conveyors & Drives to design and implement a conveyor system to move battery cases through various machines during the pre-acid fill assembly process. Space was very limited so tight radius curves were used to avoid columns and keep the line moving efficiently. Battery weight varied from empty plastic shells to 50 lbs. lead filled cases ready for acid filling and sealing.