Lambton Conveyor Ltd. was founded in 1965 as a small family dealership that sold agricultural containers and dryers to the local farming community. Soon the founders realized the need for superior quality storage solutions throughout the region. As a result, they began to innovate and create a formidable line of grain storage, material handling and conditioning equipment. Today, we have an impressive installation of more than 200,000 square feet in Wallaceburg, Ontario, along with other international offices and manufacturing facilities. Our roots date back to the rich agricultural lands of southwestern Ontario, where we have always helped farmers for more than 50 years provide quality storage solutions to meet their storage needs.
Our solid network of constantly expanding global distributors has allowed us to install projects in more than 40 countries worldwide. At Lambton, we value the requirements of our customers and make sure that our engineering and support team is committed to providing the most productive and cost-effective solutions. We are one of the few companies that offers a complete package of storage, handling and conditioning equipment. Our "built to last" solutions and advanced manufacturing processes guarantee the long life of your products, low maintenance and the best overall value in the industry.
We provide design consultations and personalized services to many markets: feed, seeds, food, fertilizers, grains (agricultural and commercial), processing and industrial. Our global network of trained professionals works with you at all stages of the concept of developing your site until its completion.
Our product range includes: grain elevators, grain containers, unloading augers, mass conveyors, split tray conveyors, round bottom conveyors, tube conveyors, hopper containers, bulk food containers, flow fittings, valves, distributors, food grinding equipment, loop systems, grain cleaners, walkways, structural support systems, custom design and manufacturing services. We provide storage capacities of up to 20,000 metric tons and equipment capacities of up to 1,500 metric tons / hour.