Converge Engineering launches new website for conveyor belting and components
California-based Converge Engineering LLC has announced the launch of its new website, ConvergeBelting.com. This domain provides new and existing customers in recycling and other industries with a comprehensive resource for replacement conveyor belting and accessories.
As experienced as plant operators, the experts at Converge Engineering are uniquely positioned to help clients in various industries, including food processing, mining and aggregate, distribution centers and recycling facilities, construct conveyors and systems with the operators in mind. The new website provides information on conveyor accessories, scales, sensors, control panels, safety upgrades, pulleys, take-up frames, bearings, idlers and power transmission parts.
Converge Engineering has established relationships with premier North American belting and component manufacturers and is able to provide top quality parts and expanding services. This new service offers preventative maintenance support and provides a convenient, customized experience for belting and components specifically.
Converge Engineering is headquartered in Roseville, California near Sacramento, and serves the North American market. According to the company, conveyors and fully-integrated shredding and recycling systems designed and built by Converge Engineering can ensure operational safety, lower operating costs and improve commodity recovery.
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