Smiley Monroe to launch a series of new products at Hillhead 2012
- 29 May 2012
- Company & Industry News
Smiley Monroe, Europe's largest producer of Endless conveyor belts for the mobile crushing,
screening and recycling sector, will be launching a series of new products at Hillhead, including a branded modular conveyor belt cleaner, 'Belt Buddy' rapid repair kit for rubber conveyor belts and tyres and a new range of vulcanising materials and equipment.
Also on display will be self-cleaning polymer King Rollers, new low friction conveyor skirting, superior wear and impact resistant ToughFlex Straight Warp conveyor belt, low friction impact/slider bars, belt trackers, dust suppression/spillage control systems and synthetic screening media.
Commenting on the line-up at Hillhead, Vaughan Monroe, managing director, said: 'The conveyor improvement products and services that we are showcasing at Hillhead demonstrate our commitment to helping our customers meet their targets for efficiency, safety and environmental compliance.'
Smiley Monroe have over three decades of experience troubleshooting customers' problems in the specific areas of conveying and screening, in industries as diverse as quarrying, mining, recycling, cement, coal-fired power stations, fertiliser and ports.
Marketing Manager, Tim Monroe, added "Our products perform every day in the toughest applications in the market; from the UK and Ireland to Europe, USA, Canada, Africa, Australasia and now India, where we have recently launched. Wherever you are, you have the support of our expert sales engineers based in the UK and Ireland and a growing network of global distributors."
Catch up with Smiley Monroe on their outdoor stand C23 at Hillhead.
If you can't wait until Hillhead, call us on +44 (0) 28 9267 3777 or for our full range of products and services and all the latest news, visit our new website at www.smileymonroe.com. Keep in touch by following us on Twitter '@smileymonroeltd' and you can watch our videos on YouTube by searching for 'SmileyMonroeOnline'.