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Dynamic Conveyor Corp. honored as one of Michigan’s Economic Bright Spots

August 1, 2014
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Dynamic Conveyor Corporation has been named one of Michigan’s Economic Bright Spots by Corp! Magazine. The award recognizes Michigan companies and entrepreneurs who are a driving force in our economy and state’s innovation. The Muskegon based conveyor company received recognition in early June.

Dynamic Conveyor has been a source of innovative custom conveyor systems since 1991. The company provides alternatives to traditional conveyor systems to both the parts manufacturing and food processing industries.

The DynaCon conveyor systems offer parts manufacturers the ability to build their own conveyor systems using modules (like building blocks) to configure and later reconfigure their conveyor layouts. Modules are built using plastic injection molded parts, which bring strength and durability to the systems while being light-weight enough to be portable. Reconfiguration of the DynaCon systems offers an eco-friendly and sustainable conveying solution.

The DynaClean line of custom conveyor systems is designed to save food processors money. Cost savings start by building the units with corrosion and chemical resistant plastic components and minimal stainless steel. The patent pending design saves time and resources by allowing the conveyor to be quickly disassembled, cleaned and returned to service, without the use of tools. Conveyor components are engineered to interchange with each other, making the systems easy to modify.

All custom conveyor systems offered by Dynamic Conveyor offer flexibility of design which includes choices for length, width, inclines, declines, lateral turns, belt styles and an array of accessory options. The systems are designed to require no maintenance, lubrication or need for belt tracking.

“We are very pleased to be honored with this award. We strive to offer products that are unique and offer cost-saving advantages to our customers,” said Jill Batka, president at Dynamic Conveyor. “With the addition of our DynaClean line, we hope continue making a positive impact on Michigan’s economy.”

Awards were presented at a breakfast on June 12. Honorees will also be featured in Corp!‘s May/June 2014 print edition and in the June 19th Everything Business ePublication.

Read more about the award on Corp! Magazine’s website. Information about Dynamic Conveyor Corporation and their conveyor systems can be found at www.DynamicConveyor.com.

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