Vetter small conveyors
Our experience - your future
Many years of experience and extensive specialist know-how on conveyor technology help us to uncover application areas at an early stage and develop our conveyors with a view to the future. We orientate ourselves towards your requirements and gladly take on new challenges.
Take advantage of our competent advice and reliable service:
- highly qualified contact persons
- dependability, short delivery times and adherence to schedules
- cooperative relationships with our customers
- high flexibility during development
We align ourselves to your needs and carry out precise, customised construction according to your requirements.
The VETTER engineering office was founded in 1989 by the freelance engineer and designer Otto Vetter.
In September 1993, Vetter won a silver medal at the Inventors’ Trade Show for his “motorless conveyor". In April 1994, he once again won a silver medal for his “motorless conveyor” at the Inventors’ Trade Show at Geneva.
Vetter’s real success story began at the Motek in September 1994. It was here that the engineer first introduced the FR-40-80 conveyor from which he later developed the small conveyor series.
Demands to fulfil orders from abroad came quickly. Agencies were established Europe-wide.
Today Vetter envisages reducing the size of the belts in the future. Innovations such as the miniature conveyor FR-12-20, the smallest conveyor in the world with an internal drive, provide proof of this viewpoint.