MCS proudly Distributes Superior mobile conveying equipment and Ashross truck and train unloaders in Australia, and uses both brands in its own contracting and hire fleet. Superior is the US market leader in mobile conveyors, and also offers robust conveyor parts.More Info
Select mobile conveying equipment can wet hired or dry hired to suit customer preference and experience; and application requirements. MCS has the largest Telebelt fleet in Australia and one of the largest in the world, as well as extensive operational experienceMore Info
MCS can advise on the best bulk handling solutions for one-off, term project and ongoing applications for a range of bulk commodities. It can work on a fixed contract, tonnage rate or other basis that is mutually agreed upon and appropriate to the application.More Info
The conveyor parts, belts and workshop services that MCS trusts are now offered to the general market. Services include belt splicing, shot blasting and painting, fabrication and machining, and mechanical, electrical and hydraulic repair up to complete rebuilds.More Info
Applications include backfilling tailings dams, loading train conveyors from stockpile, building and drawing down on temporary stockpiles and even complete pit to port solutions. Superior has developed solutions for heap leaching. Mobile conveying equipment provides a safe, flexible, productive alternative with reduced manning and energy inputs.
Applications include placing unpumpable concrete, placing bulk materials in areas with no or limited direct access, placing material on embankments, reducing site entry of road tippers, transferring excavation spoil to tippers on the street and backfilling pipes and underground structures. New applications are constantly being found.
MCS has Australia-wide experience in loading a range of bulk materials from general purpose wharves using mobile conveyors. Mobile conveyors can cover breakdown and planned maintenance of fixed ship loaders. There are also applications with barges and in shore-to-ship transfers. Ship loading is the last step in the MCS Pit to Port Package.
Mobile stacker conveyors complement mobile crushers and screens in building stockpiles by grade and size. Transfer conveyors can move processed material from the pit to a more accessible location for stockpiling and loading out. This equipment suit both fixed and short-term applications, and is as transportable as mobile crushers and screens.
Mobile conveyors are the ideal solution for backfilling over geotextiles without compromising their integrity, and are highly productive. The use of conveyors can reduce or eliminate vehicle movements over sensitive ground, reducing soil compaction. Soil and landscaping materials can be placed on slopes where direct equipment access would be unsafe.
Commercial and domestic building sites regularly use mobile conveyors to place backfill and other materials in areas with restricted or no vehicle access, or in areas with head height restrictions or no direct street access e.g. mezzanines. In many instances these replace wheelbarrows or a crane and kibble. Conveyors are productive in confined spaces.
MCS has grown from a single machine to the Largest Fleet of mobile conveying equipment in Australia, and its fleet is significant in world terms.
Starting with wet hire, MCS quickly realised that for different clients and applications had different needs. MCS developed dry hire, contract and purchase options to meet these needs as there was a perceived lack of alternatives in the market, backed by practical experience across a range of industries and applications.
The need for reliability in its own fleet led MCS to develop in-house fabrication, painting and mechanical, electrical and hydraulic services for everything up to a complete strip and rebuild. These services are now offered to the general market.More Info