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Drum role for NE Vulcanising

Conveyor drum

Firm working in partnership with Hallamshire Engineering to meet conveyor drum service commitments

HALLAMSHIRE Engineering Services, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of materials handling equipment, including pulleys, drums, rollers and conveyors, have established a working partnership with Stoke-on-Trent-based NE Vulcanising to supply conveyor drums as part of their service contracts.

The new partnership will bring together the strengths of both companies, with Hallamshire Engineering providing design and manufacturing expertise and NE Vulcanising offering fast, efficient supply, installation, commissioning and servicing of conveyor drums.

NE Vulcanising are one of the major suppliers of conveyor belt products and services to UK and international quarrying and aggregate companies, and Hallamshire Engineering Services’ products are being used by the company for the replacement of conveyor drums, which, in many cases, are delivered to the customer’s site within three days.

Tony Walters, external sales engineer for Hallamshire Engineering Services, explained: ‘We’ve developed a close working relationship with NE Vulcanising as we share the same principles of delivering a quality product within a short lead time.

‘We recognize that lengthy downtime is not acceptable in many production environments, so our conveyor drums have helped NE Vulcanising to maintain their breakdown service levels to customers.’

Daniel Emberson, service manager at NE Vulcanising, added: ‘Hallamshire Engineering Services have proven that they are able to meet our customers’ requirements for quality and a quick turnaround of product. Working with dedicated suppliers like Hallamshire ensures we meet our service commitments to customers.’

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