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What is the history of overhead conveyor systems | Bridgeveyor

Instead, Scepter chose a storage option that completely eliminated the time and space needed for traditional storage.

A 425-meter overhead conveyor system was installed to carry finished containers from a loading station. Once loaded into storage crates suspended from the conveyor, the containers are carried up into the overhead space of the plant at a 45-degree angle. The conveyor then zig-zags along the length and width of the plant’s ceiling, essentially providing a ‘dynamic’ storage space without using any additional floor space or taking any staff time to place the containers into storage.