Conveyor Systems Manufacturer goes Green
- June 23, 2014 - WESTPORT, Mass. --
Westport, MA - Photovoltaic systems are now powering AMA Engineering-
SmartMove, LLC's new world headquarters. Green building strategies optimize energy usage and resource efficiency as Solar is versatile, structurally stable, customizable and a responsible environmental choice.
SmartMove Conveyor, LLC is living green and efficient similar to the conveyor systems
they manufacture, as efficient, quiet and safe conveying is SmartMove’s mission statement. SmartMove’s new green world headquarters is comfortable, modern and located in beautiful Westport, Massachusetts making this move their smartest yet. Paula Wright PhD Engineering Consultant needed to increase production lines without increasing cost. The lean manufacturing operation now creates more than enough power for its modern facility. “Our Production team needed more space to run lines and increase machine shop operations. We needed to make a move” Paula explained. The facility is large enough yet very cost effective, just like our SmartMove Conveyors
. The units consume only 25 watts of power and are extremely reliable.
“We are a lean manufacturing facility which is why we are still running strong”, says Paula Wright. “Customers want factory direct pricing that’s affordable and reasonable in cost to run. If you’re constantly fixing your conveyor belting
, your product lines would be down and you wouldn’t be making money”, explains Paula.
SmartMove Conveyors are so simply designed that they do not require regular belt maintenance, which equals no down time in your facility, no special installation requirements and no stoppage of operations.
SmartMove Conveyors is a foremost, U.S. based manufacturer of custom conveyor systems
designed with proprietary snap-link flat top chain.
Since 1992, companies from around the world have chosen SmartMove to improve efficiency and productivity. For more information about SmartMove Conveyors, visit 4SmartMove.com
or call (800)581-2876.
Watch this video to see various system configurations: