The equipment brands sold and operated by MCS are market leaders in their sectors in their home markets.
Superior Industries has the largest and highest output radial stacking conveyors in the world, and is recognised by its robust construction backed by structural and conveyor warranties that demonstrate confidence in the product.
Understanding industry needs
Superior’s pulley, idler and belt cleaner options demonstrate an understanding of the common problems facing conveyor users and provide robust, effective solutions to these potential problems.
While Superior is most recognised for its radial stacking conveyors, it provides a broad range of transfer conveyor solutions to suit various distance, mobility and throughput requirements.
While these provide a viable alternative to loader shuttling and short haul dump truck cycles, Superior also has equipment to complement the use of dump trucks. Truck unloaders provide a productive means of transferring bulk material from a truck for ship loading or building site stockpiles.
There are also solutions for drawing material from large stockpiles, so that complete bulk handling solutions can be developed using combinations of equipment to suit the application.
The solutions offered by Superior are complemented by the range of truck and train unloading solutions that suit casual, semi-permanent and permanent applications.
Contract & hire performance
MCS operates a hire and contracting fleet, and performance in this context includes ongoing reliability. MCS inspects all equipment before it goes to a major project, and conducts rebuilds and belt changes as required to ensure reliability over its working life.
Modifications are made where necessary to improve safety, reliability and serviceability. Close relationships with manufacturers and use of trained MCS personnel means that any modifications are undertaken with the knowledge and approval of the manufacturer.
Mobile conveying equipment provides performance through continuous rather than cyclical operation, operating where it is unsafe or environmentally unsound to use mobile equipment, and is precise in its placement and low in its manpower and energy input requirements.
Performing through planning
A large element of performance is planning, and MCS has experience in mobile conveying that is second to none in Australia. Early involvement in a project allows MCS to recommend the best practical solutions (both methods and equipment) and ensure that the equipment is available when required. The experience means that MCS can provide realistic productivity projections for forward planning and advise on the optimum site configuration for optimising productivity.