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Bottle Spraying Conveyor for PSL Germany

This morning we have received an order for one of our bottle spraying conveyors for PSL in Germany. Our Omnitrak conveyor is an inverted system with spigots at either 75mm, 100mm or 150mm depending on the customer requirements. Midland designed this system using our Trakmaster 406 track section and a bespoke chain around 15 years…

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Posted on 18th November 2015 by Ruth-Anne

IAC Solihull

Midland Handling Equipment have just finished two systems at IAC Solihull. First system was a brand new Trakmaster 304 overhead conveyor system along with jigs to carry dashboard mouldings for numerous vehicle types. The second job was to modify a Trakmaster 228 type (25k) along with extensive underguarding as this system was generally at high…

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Posted on 2nd August 2014 by Richard Deacon

IAC Coleshill

Just received our 3rd order for the year from International Automotive Components but this time for their Coleshill plant rather than Solihull. This is for a series of Trakmaster 152 Free Track lanes conveying carpet sets.

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Posted on 24th July 2014 by Richard Deacon

Beware Poor Quality Imitations…

Midland Handling Equipment was recently contacted by an engineering company in Romania who were working on a Power & Free Conveyor recently installed by another UK company. The conveyor was a copy of our popular Trakmaster ‘203TA’ Power and Free System, but was of poor quality manufacture and had been problematic for the end customer…

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Posted on 4th April 2014 by Richard Deacon

Flour Enterprises Salt Lake City

We have just delivered our 2nd system for Flour Enterprises and Hexcel Composites. The 1st system was installed in Cambridge in 2011 with the 2nd one going over the pond into Salt Lake City Utah. The systems comprise of Trakmaster 406 Free Track which carry bags of composites down lanes controlled by a pneumatic flagging system.

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Posted on 28th February 2014 by Richard Deacon

Overhead Gantry System at BAE Salmesbury

Midland Handling have just completed the installation of a Overhead Gantry system that can move in an x, y, z orientation.  The system was installed at British Aerospace Systems plant in Salmesbury along with stainless steel lift baskets carriers.

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Posted on 31st December 2013 by Richard Deacon

JCB do Brasil – Paint Finishing Plant

Today sees the start of installation of our Trakmaster 406TC HD conveyor system into JCB Brasil’s new paint facility in Sorocaba (Sao Paulo) Brazil. This system is a heavy duty Power and Free with a capacity to take 5000kg loads around the plant including shotblast, spray booth, oven etc. We have a six strong installation…

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Posted on 14th June 2013 by Richard Deacon

JCB Excavators in India. Heavy Duty Power & Free Conveyor

Midland Handling Equipment Ltd has successfully installed an Overhead Trakmaster ‘406’TC Heavy Duty Power & Free Chain Conveyor at the Pune, India manufacturing plant of global excavator manufacturer JCB. The conveyor is based on the same system installed at JCB’s Heavy Plant Facility at their Uttoxeter World Headquarters in 2008 and JCB Wrexham in 2007.…

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Posted on 21st March 2013 by Richard Deacon

Inverted Bottle Spraying Conveyors

Midland Handling Equipment Ltd has supplied another OTL Inverted Conveyor for the bottle spraying and decoration industry, with this one being installed in Atlanta, USA, alongside another OTL Conveyor already installed for the same company four years ago. The OTL conveyor is a versatile inverted chain conveyor, with a close pitch of 50mm, enabling small…

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Posted on 21st January 2013 by Richard Deacon