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Conveyor Products and Solutions plans ‘highly automated’ facility in Perth

Conveyor Products and Solutions has announced its latest investment in a new state-of-the-art facility in Western Australia as part of its ongoing commitment to the local economy.

This new facility will house a number of innovative technologies and complement CPS’ existing operations, thereby strengthening its Australian manufacturing capability, the company said.

Present for the foundation pour was Director, Mike Einhorn, and CFO, Matt Einhorn, along with a contingency of local contractors keen to oversee this milestone.

CPS said its first manufacturing plant in Perth is highly automated, with a significant investment in custom-built equipment to process roller components safely, more quickly, and to a higher, more repeatable quality standard for quicker turnarounds and shorter lead times.

SKF and CPS strengthen conveyor roller collaboration

Conveyor Products and Solutions’ (CPS) conveyor roller and idler sets have achieved “SKF Equipped” status, providing clients with assurance of industry-leading premium quality conveyor products and technology, CPS says.

The trademark licence agreement with SKF builds on the supply partnership between the two companies, which has been in place since 2013.

“CPS clients can be assured that CPS conveyor roller and idler sets are of the highest quality and have passed SKF’s strict quality standards on the overall performance and reliability of each rotating equipment component,” CPS said.

Under the terms of this agreement, SKF will be supplying the bearings and bearing components, to be included as an integrated part in CPS Conveyor Rollers. The SKF Equipped status then provides CPS the right to label its conveyor roller and idler sets as “SKF Equipped” and use it in promotional materials, the company said.

“CPS has always had a long-standing relationship with SKF, and this agreement cements our partnership and common goal of leading the industry in conveyor roller technology and quality,” Michael Einhorn, CPS CEO said.