The Materials Handling Engineers’ Association (MHEA) is starting 2017 with a new member on board, Sempertrans.
A manufacturer of high-quality conveyor belt solutions for more than 50 years, Sempertrans offers a broad range of technologically-advanced products for use in the mining, cement and steel industries as well as other areas of application such as ports, power and heating plants and quarries.
Sempertrans boasts production facilities in Poland, France, China and India, making it one of the largest and most technologically advanced conveyor belt manufacturers in the world. The company’s Global Application Engineering and Field Service Teams provide customers with tailored design and configuration services.
Established in 1938, the MHEA supports the technical and commercial interests of companies supplying and using powder and bulk handling equipment around the world. Companies join the association to gain from a unique technical marketing knowledge base and to share good practice.
As a member of the MHEA, Sempertrans will enjoy a host of member benefits including industry-level promotion, networking, knowledge-sharing, conferences, seminars, and publications.
Alan D’Arcy, Sempertrans Head of Global Service and UK Sales & Technical Consultant said: “The MHEA brings people and companies together who are informed and relevant in what we class as a niche and specialised industry, so we hope to add to that mix.”
President of the MHEA, Michael Kaye, commented: “On behalf of the membership, I would like to welcome Sempertrans to the MHEA and thank them for supporting our industry association. It is gratifying to see a growing number of overseas members, demonstrating the value and importance of the association for a broad range of businesses within the industry worldwide.”
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