VULKAN South Africa joins prestigious Conveyor Manufacturing Association (CMA)   

VULKAN South Africa has been recognised and accepted by the prestigious and world-recognised Conveyor Manufacturing Association (CMA). This achievement is a testament to VULKAN South Africa’s unwavering commitment to excellence in the bulk materials handling industry, having a voice, and becoming known as an industry player.



Established in 1973, the CMA is a non-profit organisation that promotes the highest design, quality, manufacture, and service standards in the conveyor technology sector. The organisation, lead by industry giants, has played a crucial role in setting national standards, providing training courses, and fostering interest in developing conveyor technology on a global platform.

Important milestone for perception in the industry
“Membership with the CMA is a significant milestone for us at VULKAN South Africa, and we are proud to join the ranks of the other industry leaders. Our membership will help us to gain a voice in driving specifications, learn from our peers, and access industry information and developments. It further supports our local strategy of increasing our competencies aligning with our global vision ‘We ensure that systems work better.’”, says Michael Lowin, Managing Director at VULKAN South Africa.
VULKAN South Africa continues its commitment to delivering professional, world-class products and services to its customers, and its membership in the CMA demonstrates this commitment. Michael Lowin firmly believes that by working with the CMA and other members, the company can continue to grow and enhance its business while contributing to the development of the industry.
“We are excited about this new chapter and look forward to working with the CMA and our fellow members to advance the conveyor technology sector in South Africa and beyond”, says the Managing Director.

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