Converto is a manufacturing company located in Cambridge City, Indiana. Converto has been in business from 1939. Converto manufactures material handling equipment that is used in the scrap, recycling and waste removal industries. These wastes include scrap, solid waste, sludge and other bulk material. Converto serves waste haulers, landfills, manufacturers, municipalities and other governmental entities just to name a few. Converto serves a substantial installed customer base with replacement PARTS to keep our users operating. Converto also services and manufactures products used for other systems which it did not make but provides compatibility. These products are designed by practical engineers to provide our users with the maximum longevity and value. Converto is proud in our flexibility and our manufacturing expertise to fulfill our customers needs with many applications and requirements.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Waste Management
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
The Convertainer is a hydraulic LUGGER hoist used at many manufacturing facilities to dispose of scrap metal or other types of waste. The LeavaTainer is a ROLL OFF hydraulic hoist that picks up waste at construction and other sites. It is also manufactured in a TRAILER configuration. The RameJec is a hydraulic push out ram blade product used in carrying various types of materials. For instance they have been used in asphalt paving and sludge waste disposal. It is also manufactured in a TRAILERconfiguration. Converto also manufactures a sludge disposal product that is designed to broadcast waste sludge over off road terrain 'on the move.' This site contains photographs and other informational items so you can learn about what we do. Please explore this site and see if Converto can build something for you. The menu at the left will help you to find out about us and what we make.
Converto is owned privately by Clarence France, MBA. Brenda Chandler is the executive secretary. David Shank is the engineering and production manager. Jeff France is ultimately to be blamed as he coded the site. It is ALWAYS under development.