Keep products moving efficiently through logistics facilities
With operations facing more SKU variety and ever-increasing throughput requirements, conveyor systems must be flexible and provide long-lasting, reliable performance to fuel critical supply chain functions. Whether moving items to the right place at the right time or merging multiple product flows into a single-file stream. LogTech designs, manufactures and integrates roller- and belt-driven conveyor and singulation solutions to match your exact requirements and keep downstream automated processes moving efficiently.
Space savings are also critical, as operations feel the pressure of high commercial real estate and construction costs. All conveyor systems are engineered with a space efficient footprint — with room to expand as growth dictates — and for easy maintenance to keep downtime to a minimum. Bi-directional design can also enable the same line to operate in forward and reverse directions to provide flexibility and efficiency in handling both inbound and outbound operations. From greenfield projects to retrofits, LogTech leverages deep industry expertise and decades of experience to match operations with the right design and conveyor products for efficient, singulated flow of cartons, polybags, totes, and pallets.
Convey items up to 75 pounds with reduced cost, space requirements, energy consumption and noise. The modular design uses a motorized roller to power each segment, enabling easier customization.
Transport or regulate the flow of packages with zero-pressure contact accumulation, allowing product to gently coast to a stop, touching the product ahead without back-pressure.
Enable seamless product flow with pulleys designed to smoothly transition small products and self-aligning belt take-up for fast initial belt tensioning that takes just seconds.
Convey fragile goods without damage in this non-contact accumulation conveyor system, featuring zero-pressure zones to avoid contact between delicate products.
Precisely separate packages and increase or decrease gaps between goods for more effective scanning, labeling and other processing to achieve low-cost, high-throughput induction.