Dynamic Conveyor Corporation has been recognized as one of five finalists for the 2021 Lakeshore Innovator of the Year Award. The Lakeshore Innovator of the Year Award was created by the Muskegon Innovation Hub at Grand Valley State University as a way to honor and recognize the many creative innovators found in West Michigan. The program recognizes innovative ideas and can be given to an individual or a team of people from any business or nonprofit in the West Michigan area.

Jill Batka and Curtis Chambers represented Dynamic Conveyor at the recent award celebration. Dynamic Conveyor has been continuously innovative for the past 30 years, resulting in three different conveyor lines built using primarily plastic components: DynaCon modular conveyors, DynaClean washdown conveyors and Hybrid specialty conveyors.   

The DynaCon conveyor systems offer parts manufacturers and packagers the ability to build their own conveyors using modules (like Lego building blocks) to configure and later reconfigure their conveyor layouts.

The DynaClean line of conveyors offers food processors and packagers a patented design that is simple, quick and easy to disassemble and clean.

The Hybrid specialty conveyor systems overcome the challenges parts manufacturers have with limited spaces; high speeds; heavy loads; heavy impact; abrasive and/or hot or cold products.

Dynamic Conveyor is a privately held women-owned company founded in 1991. The company provides unique alternatives to traditional conveyor systems for the parts manufacturing, packaging and food processing industries. 

Read more about the Lakeshore Innovator of the Year Award on www.MiBiz.com. Information about Dynamic Conveyor Corporation can be found at www.DynamicConveyor.com.