About Newland Engineering

A moving story of conveyor design and manufacture

Back in 1962, one man showed exceptional foresight, recognising a growing demand for automated vehicle loading and unloading. With this in mind, Cecil Greasley founded Newland Engineering, little realising that it would become the leading manufacturer of vehicle loading and unloading conveyors.

Newland timeline

2014
May 24

Mrs Lynn Kerfoot (MD) awarded MBE from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace

2012
June 24

Celebrate 50 years of materials handling innovation – a major landmark for Newland

2010
July 24

Auto-Loader MTC3xxx now loads boxes and cartons

2007
March 24

Celebrate 45 years of materials handling with new branding at IMHX

2006
September 24

Special heavy duty telescopic conveyor developed for turkish denim manufacturer

1997
February 24

Apprentice of the year award from HRH the Duke of Edinburgh

1991
November 24

First Railcar loader

October 24

Premises extended doubling manufacturing capacity

1990
July 24

First Autoloader conveyor developed to provide fully automatic loading

1984
May 24

First Manrider telescopic conveyor manufactured

1982
September 24

Worldwide distributor network established

1981
August 24

Newland attend Manutention exhibition, Paris

1980
May 24

First Multi-telescopic conveyor is designed and built

1975
November 24

Newland move into new factory

1970
August 24

Newland takes on it’s first apprentice

1969
July 24

First machine exported

1965
February 24

First telescopic conveyor

1962
June 24

Newland Engineering founded by Cecil Greasley