Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has named Belt Tech, Inc. as its newest conveyor components distributor. The 40-year-old family business will stock, sell and service the manufacturer’s conveyor idlers, pulleys, scrapers and accessories throughout the Central Appalachia region of the United States.
“Belt Tech’s entire business is built around keeping their customer’s conveyors running properly,” says Mike McFerren, sales manager of Superior’s conveyor components division. “They’re dependable, enthusiastic and just a great group of conveyor guys!”
Founded in 1981, Jim Hamm built a solid and lasting reputation of a quality-focused, customer-oriented organization. Belt Tech has provided beltline design, installation, repair, maintenance and service. A new partnership with Superior creates a brand new Belt Tech with a comprehensive package of conveyor components from head to tail.
“Both Belt Tech and Superior have legacies of quality and care and I think it’s those two traits that brought our businesses together,” says Justin Hamm, president of Belt Tech and son of the founder. “We don’t take our service responsibility lightly.”
Belt Tech will represent Superior’s conveyor idlers, pulleys and accessories in southern West Virginia, western Virginia, east Kentucky and east Tennessee. A Washington, Indiana-based company with a similar name — Belt Tech Industrial — is also a Superior components distributor. According to Superior, the company is proud to be represented by two distinct companies who share the same name and rapid commitment to customer service.
About Superior Industries, Inc.
From Rock Face to Load Out®, Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking bulk material processing and handling equipment and cutting-edge components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, USA, the manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems and related parts for industries like aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition to its home plant, Superior operates from five additional U.S. facilities, three in Brazil and two more in Canada.