BULK MATERIAL HANDLING
At CDG, our team of engineering experts specialize in bulk material handling, and we understand that our clients rely on us to help them maximize throughput, enhance overall system reliability and thereby increasing profitability, through our material handling solutions. Material handling has been part of the CDG business model since the very beginning, as our firm was founded by engineers who were experts in coal handling systems. Given this highly technical skill set, our founders were able to efficiently and effectively translate what they already knew to serve other industries as well. Today, CDG Engineers serves the industrial, mining and utility market segments and are able to cover a variety of bulk materials including, but not limited to, coal, ash, grain and limestone.
If your project requires large conveyors and other sophisticated bulk material handling systems, CDG is here to help. We’ve designed around and for the largest material handling equipment, and we understand the challenges that operators face. Our team of experts is here to help guide you through the bulk material handling process from start to finish. We can assist with everything from equipment selection and installation design to facility optimization. Our design expertise for bulk material handling systems include river terminals; barge handling systems; overland conveying systems; stacking, reclaiming and crushing systems; and truck/rail loading and unloading systems. We are known for bringing best practices and proven solutions to our clients to ensure the best possible material handling project implementation.
CDG’s team is known for designing innovative and effective material solutions using the latest technologies to achieve superior results, and we have a proven track record of successful bulk material handling projects across a variety of industries. We encourage you to learn more about what sets us apart from the competition and invite you to experience the CDG difference on your next bulk materials handling project.