Corporate Profile








Hapman Global Headquarters

5944 East N Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49048, USA

Phone: 877-704-8360 toll-free (US/Can)
Phone: +1 (269) 343-1675
Fax: +1 (269) 349-2477

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Equipment & Systems

HAPMAN® manufactures conveyors and material handling equipment, providing global solutions for the Chemical, Food, Pharmaceutical, Plastics, Vivarium, Building and Mineral industries.

Flexible Srew Conveyors

Tubular Drag Conveyors

Controls and Automation

Bulk Bag Unloaders

Drag Conveyoers

Vacuum Conveyors

Bulk Bag Fillers

Dust Collection


Lump Breakers

Solid/Liquid Systems

Bag Compactors

Bulk Material Handling Systems


Industries Served

Finding new and better ways to handle chemicals safely and efficiently keeps Hapman generating fresh ideas. Innovative conveyor designs move singular and blended ingredients without degradation or segregation.
We understand the critical nature of your food quality and safety, your company’s reputation, and your bottom line. There can be no contamination. No clouds of dust. The ingredients must flow to exactly where and when and in the amounts you need them.
Polymers & Plastics
Driving down material handling costs in this tight-margin industry helps to keep your company competitive. And at Hapman we have spent decades developing more efficient, more energy-saving, more cost-containing ways to move plastic pellets.
Research Animal
The Vivarium industry is a unique operating environment requiring specifically designed equipment to meet space and cleanliness standards. Hapman’s industry knowledge and experience drives our product offering and component design for optimal efficiency and low-maintenance feed and bulk bedding management.
From shingle gravel or sawdust, Hapman offers the engineering solutions that keep your building material handling systems running smoothly, efficiently and cost effectively.
Efficiency and equipment durability are key to improving your material handling processes for powdered or pulverized minerals and ores. Many companies in your industry find that the demanding characteristics of minerals really do not fit the design parameters of their conveying equipment.
Power Generation
The effective movement of coal, biomass feedstocks, and ash from boilers, stacks, and economizers requires equipment from material handling experts. You can trust our experience and quality to deliver equipment and systems for the operating demands of power generation.
Wastewater Treatment
We have worked with industrial users, small municipalities, and Wastewater Own-Operate-Maintain firms to design and build material handling equipment that automates the waste handling process and offers systems for dosing and slurry blending.

Common Challenges

The challenges of conveying and processing dry bulk material are often not readily apparent to processors when selecting bulk material equipment. These challenges include environmental considerations, type of material, particle properties and variation in bulk density.
Dust containment is a constant challenge for bulk material processors. Not controlling dust related to your material handling operations can increase the risk of fire and explosion, resulting in increased costs and unexpected down-time.
Batching has long been a challenge for processors because of the traditional, labor intensive nature of a batch-focused operation. Handling small volume dry material effectively, cleaning equipment and components thoroughly, and minimizing downtime between operations are the common profit killing hurdles batch processors face.
Cleanability, as it relates to material handling equipment, is an industry term that has varying degrees of requirements. We understand your need for cleanability and work to provide equipment and systems that meet your in plant, and industry requirements for clean standards.
One of the biggest challenges of handling bulk material is maintaining product integrity from start to finish. The constant particle-to-particle contact during the conveying and material handling processes break down the material quality.
There are a number of factors that influence whether your material segregates as it moves through the process. The size, shape, density and moisture content of your ingredients; the speed of transfer; whether you convey mechanically or with air; the length and angle of the conveyor; even the presence of static electricity influences the stability of your blend.
Your process and packaging lines can hinder your production schedule and lower your cost per unit if not automated and controlled precisely. Making the investment in the right material handling and conveying equipment is only part of the equation for adding to your bottom line.