Frequently asked questions about our conveyor systems
As a leading manufacturer of conveyor systems, custom conveying solutions, beverage can conveyors, and more, Sager Metal Strip Company is familiar with a number of frequently asked questions. Whether you’re concerned about how our systems can address your specific process requirements, you’re interested in our sheet metal fabrication capabilities, or anything in between, we have gathered answers to a number of common questions on this page.
Sager has been in business since 1922. The company started manufacturing and assembling conveyor systems in 1976.
Sager has approximately 55 employees in sales, engineering, production, and administration.
Sager’s sales engineers and design engineers bring a wealth of material handling experience to every project. They are uniquely qualified to recommend the most efficient and reliable system for your application.
Sager offers installation service for its own products as well as those material handling products manufactured by others, from a single piece to a complete conveying system. Sager works in conjunction with electrical and mechanical contractors to offer turnkey installations when required. Sager’s services are offered both domestically and internationally.
Sager’s staff of design engineers works closely with customers to provide reliable, energy efficient system designs and layouts that meet the customers’ requirements. Detailed general arrangement drawings are provided for every project we undertake.
The majority of Sager’s products are sold directly through Sager’s experienced sales engineers. Additionally, Sager provides conveying equipment to many qualified agents and systems integrators.
Sager supplies a variety of conveyor designs to container manufacturers and fillers around the world. The majority of Sager’s customers are involved in the manufacturing or filling of beverage cans, food cans, paint cans, plastic bottles, and specialty plastic containers. Sager also provides custom metal fabrication services such as laser cutting, punching, forming, and welding to general industrial customers in the Midwestern U.S.
Michigan City, Indiana is located approximately 65 miles east of Chicago on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan.
We are guided by: experience, quality, design, and commitment.