About Cablevey Conveyors
Cablevey Conveyors is a leading world-wide tubular drag conveyor manufacturer based in Oskaloosa, Iowa. For almost 50 years, we’ve designed, engineered, and serviced enclosed cable and disc tube conveyors in over 65 countries.
Cablevey is dedicated to helping manufacturers move delicate materials through tube conveyor technology that’s food-safe, highly-efficient, protects materials, requires low energy, is clean, fast and cost-effective.
We think of ourselves as simple, honest guys who do what we say we’ll do. For advice, questions or quotes on our custom mechanical systems. Contact Us
Sustainability for Cablevey Conveyors
Making a conscious decision to improve sustainability – especially in a business environment – is totally reliant on the humans within each organization to decide and execute upon.
Sustainability is a big concept – top of mind for many people within organizations evolving and progressing towards improved stewardship locally, regionally, and globally.
Cablevey Conveyors strives to be a part of our communities in a beneficial way. We employ people from our local area, and offer continual training and education.
We support local businesses, from grocery stores to local food pantries, and welders to hardware stores, we shop locally first. Osky Cash!
Trees and Plants
We are environmentally conscious in our local business locales. We plant and maintain trees and plants annually, and maintain perennials. We’ve even been known to plant a vegetable garden on our property!
Cablevey participates in local evergreen, oak, and fruit tree planting at Lake Keomah State Park.
With smaller motors and efficient use of energy resources our systems stand out for using dramatically less power than similar conveying systems.
Even our closest competitors use motors that use significantly more energy to do the same job. We maintain leadership in this small contribution to the planet.
Ford?s headlight housing made with coffee chaff
Source: Ford Motor Company
Our conveyors are often called upon to reclaim coffee fines, juice pulp, and even cookie crumbs(!) to be reclaimed, recycled, and reused as toppings, pellets, and animal feed.