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New Design Engineer required

A position has become available in our design office. Midland require a new design engineer preferably with experience of conveyors and Solid Edge software. Please see our Contact Us page and download the application form and specification sheet. All applications must be emailed to matt.young@mhel.co.uk by 23rd July 2010.

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Posted on 12th July 2010 by Richard Deacon

Aston Martin conveyor

Midland Handling Equipment have won a contract from Exmac to provide conveyor equipment to Aston Martin. More details to follow…

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Posted on 25th June 2010 by Richard Deacon

European Conveyors and Midland Handling combine…

Midland Handling and European Conveyors Limited have won a contract to provide materials handling equipment to Claire’s Accessories at their Fort Dunlop sorting factory. Midland’s part of the contract will be to provide a Trakmaster 304 overhead chain conveyor spanning approximately 314m in total.

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Posted on 2nd June 2010 by Richard Deacon

Trakmaster 406 Free Track Order

Midland have won an order from Harry Dalby Engineering to provide a large 406 Free Track overhead conveyor system to International Paints part of The Akzo Nobel Group. The system carry universal beams on 90 degree indexing rotators around approximately 130m.

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Posted on 20th May 2010 by Richard Deacon

Midland win contract from PPL Marine Products, Coventry

Midland Handling have won a contract form PPL Tufthane to provide a complex series of handling equipment to process dampeners for rail lines through the manufacturing process. The system includes a number of lines of chain conveyors to transport the products on specially designed steel pallets.

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Posted on 5th February 2010 by Richard Deacon

Verticrop – A conveyor that grows in sunlight

Midland Handling and Valcent Products EU have just completed there first order together. Midland has provided an overhead conveyor to be incorporated into Valcent’s ground breaking new Verticrop technology installed at Paignton Zoo, Devon. Verticrop is an innovative new technology to grow cops faster and more economically. See Valcent.net for more details

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Posted on 29th May 2009 by Richard Deacon

Midland install bottle conveyor for Saint Gobain, Atlanta, Georgia.

Midland Handling Equipment have just finished installing a 150m Omnitrak light conveyor system at Saint Gobain’s bottle coating facility in Georgia, USA. The Omnitrak is a specially designed inverted bottle conveyor with a narrow pitch of 50mm for maximum product capacity. This system includes powered sprocket rotators to spin the bottles during the coating process. The…

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Posted on 19th January 2009 by Richard Deacon

Powered Roller, gravity roller and belt conveyors at Shoe Zone Head Office Leicester

Midland Handling Equipment are just finishing the installation of numerous floor based conveyors at Shoe Zone Group sorting warehouse. Consisting of a long powered roller lines in the new warehouse in Zone 2 to compliment the endless array of varying system Midland already have at Shoe Zone. Midland began providing conveyors at Shoe Zone back…

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Posted on 19th January 2008 by Richard Deacon

Midland Handling Equipment complete Power and Free conveyor at JCB axle Plant

Midland have finished a successful partnership with Hi-Tec Spray Limited to install a new Power and Free conveyor as part of their plant at JCB’s new axle plant in Wrexham. The plant consists of a 406TC conveyor that carries axles for JCB’s earthmoving equipment through a series of processes designed for a final quality finish.…

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Posted on 30th September 2007 by Richard Deacon