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Our high-quality conveyor units are suited to industrial, warehouse, assembly, pharmaceutical industries and food production applications. Our team of experts are on hand to help you with any questions you may have about our extenconveyor systems, get in touch by phone or email.



UPM Experts In Manufacturing Product Handling Solutions

UPM Conveyors was founded 40 years ago in 1975 and was formed to specialise in providing conveying equipment for the world's packaging industry. Since then it has expanded extensively to include the conveying of food and hygiene-related products, whilst still manufacturing all of the conveyors at our UK factory, which is based in Langley, Berkshire. We have over 100 major installations worldwide and some 1,600 clients using UPM products and the company has some major key accounts with many brand names, offering a personal service to all of its customers.

Our Customers

  • Unilever
  • Becton Dickinson
  • Bespak
  • Global Closure Systems UCP
  • Lindal Group
  • McCormick
  • P&G
  • The Plastek Group
  • polypieline
  • Schwartz

Bespoke Conveyor Solutions

What are the different types of conveyor belts

The main types of conveyor systems are belts and rollers. Conveyor belts are generally used for food processing and manufacturing. Whereas roller belts are more likely to be used in warehouses and distribution centres.

Benefits of roller conveyors

  • Very efficient
  • Cost little to run
  • Reliable and simple
  • Low maintenance (easy to acquire and replace parts)
  • Works well with other tools and systems

Benefits of belt conveyors

  • Easy to use and fast
  • Reduces labour cost
  • Increases productivity
  • Very helpful in truck loading and unloading
  • Adaptable orientations: incline, decline, horizontal

What are the benefits of a conveyor belt or roller system

The use of conveyor belts and roller systems tackles age-old challenges many industries face, automation solutions. They not only make separating and packaging goods more efficient they also decrease human error and save so much time which can be used elsewhere. Conveyor belts use a continuous loop of material to move products. In contrast, roller conveyors use cylindrical rollers to transport items. The best choice for the job often depends on the nature of the products being transported.


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Conveyor Case Studies


UPM – Another successful bespoke project with Lenham Storage

UPM Conveyors are proud to have been working with Lenham Storage for the second time on their new bespoke product handling system. About Lenham Storage Lenham Storage, based in Maidstone, Kent specialise in nationwide storage, FMCG storage and distribution. They serve manufacturers, importers and distributors and have recently had a multi-million pound investment in new […]

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