Continental reintroduces Legg conveyor belts

By |  September 14, 2016

legg-belting-logoContinental reintroduced the Legg brand of industrial conveyor belting at the 2016 NIBA Convention.

Legg, based in Halstead, Kansas, plans to take its products and services to its customers using a different distribution approach. According to the company, this new approach involves a multiple-distribution strategy.

Legg also says it will introduce its Flex-Legg program in the next few months, as well as new names and lineup in the industrial program, a newly designed industrial catalog and an updated website.

“We have had a long, storied history, and the NIBA Convention gives us the opportunity to reintroduce our brand and our products to the conveyor belting industry,” says John Blankenship, president of Legg.

Continental develops technologies for transporting people and their goods. ContiTech, a division of the Continental Group, serves customers in the machine and plant engineering, mining, agricultural and automative industries.

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