Case Studies

More than 25 years of successful partnerships.

 

 

 

Conveyor Systems Ltd (CSL) have been delivering high quality conveyor and automation systems since 1997. We help our customers to maximise their productivity, enhancing throughput, boosting profits, and ensuring optimal return on investment.

From innovative space-saving solutions like spiral conveyors and vertical elevators to advanced automated packing machines, our commitment is towards sustainable, efficient systems. Read our most recent case study to see how we’ve helped transform operations, view our TIMCO case study video on YouTube or explore our past successes below.

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Creating relationships that last

We are proud to have completed installations for many major organisations, forging strong relationships and continuing to provide automation solutions through ongoing maintenance and follow-on projects. Our valued customers’ trust in CSL to meet and exceed their needs.

"I have found working with CSL the ideal partnership, they understood the brief and worked closely with CEF to ensure the design met all of the criteria. The support from start to finish was excellent. The project ran smoothly from start to finish. The system has made our new warehouse very efficient and allowed us to increase the throughput"  

Craig Marks

Divisional Manager, CEF Online

“As this was a new facility it was difficult to visualise the conveyor system prior to the mezzanine floor installation, but CSL provided a detailed 3D drawing which included both the mezzanine and the conveyors which brought clarity to this. The install process was smooth and the end results have allowed us to increase control, flexibility & volumes”

Dan Corrigan

Head of Logistics & Operations Dev, Wiggle

“We have worked with CSL previously and after many years of reliable operation we decided to use CSL again to design, supply and carry out the installation. As with the last system the benefits became almost immediately evident” 

 

Spokesperson

Logistics, NHS