Putting The Pieces Together
From individual pieces of equipment to complete system integration, we can provide the missing pieces of the puzzle to make your system complete. Since 1949 General Conveyor Inc. has been delivering Innovative Solutions in Motion to customers worldwide. Our product line includes conveyors, Irradiation and Sterilization Conveying Equipment, E-Beam UBC, machinery, systems integration, distributed equipment as well as parts and service.
Founded In 1949
GCCL is a privately owned Canadian company based in Aurora, Ontario – about 20 minutes north of Toronto. The GCCL product line includes all types of conveyor systems, packaging machinery, palletizer/depalletizer equipment, robotic automations, innovative system integration, advanced technology distribution, qualified technical support and service.
High Performance Solutions
From complete packaging lines to single conveyors, General Conveyor is your single source for reliable solutions. With our excellent combination of experience and technology, we can meet all of your material handling needs. Click on any of the images about to learn more!
A Proven Partnership With Hytrol
General Conveyor is committed to providing the most cost effective, efficient and “innovative solution in motion” to our customers in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and sterilization industries.
In addition to our own products and services, General Conveyor is an authorized Hytrol distributor. Hytrol Conveyor Company Inc is considered a world leading manufacturer of conveyors, conveying systems, and conveyor accessories. Since its beginnings in 1947, Hytrol has grown to be one of the largest material handling companies through integration partnerships around the globe.
Please contact us to learn more about Hytrol’s cost-effective solutions for your material handling needs.
In Focus: Demonstration Videos
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