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CCL Bespoke Conveyor Systems - FAQ's

Updated: Nov 30, 2022

Most websites will have a FAQ section, which very quickly can become out of date. At Central Conveyors Ltd we thought it would be helpful to cover some of the FAQ's that come our way from time to time, in our blog section. So if you ever have a question about bespoke conveyor systems then this FAQ section can be readily available to learn more about us. However, as always If you do have any specific questions then reach out and contact us by phone 01509 816064 or via email

1) Where are you based?

Central Conveyors Ltd are based in Leicestershire in the UK. Specifically - Buildings 3 & 3a Hawker Business Park, Melton Road, Burton On The Wolds, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, LE12 5TH

2) What geographical areas do you cover?

We have worked with (and continue to work with) companies (large, small and medium) across the globe, both in terms of design, production and installation.

3) What type of work do you do?

As our name suggests Central Conveyors Ltd focus mostly upon conveyor work. However we have done many other projects associated with moving products from A to B. Get in touch to discuss your projects needs and requirements.

4) How long have you been established?

We were Incorporated in our present form in 2007, but as a core group CCL had been working together for several years before this. Our leadership team, and many of our engineering team have worked in the conveyor industry for most of their careers.

5) What are the different industries that you have served and worked with?

Central Conveyors Ltd have worked with a hugely diverse range of clients, probably too many to list. Commonly customers have come from the food and drinks industries, hospitality, manufacturing, distribution, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

This is by no means a full run down of the questions we get asked, and of course they change from time to time. We will update our blog on this subject moving forward, but feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have that are not covered in our blogs.

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