Motion Control and Automation


Dorner is Transforming Conveyor Automation by providing cutting edge solutions with best in class support. We solve industrial, packaging, and sanitary conveyor needs.

Founded in 1966 in Hartland, Wisconsin, Dorner is a global leader in the design, applications, manufacturing, and integration of conveyor systems. Companies from over 1,200 different industries worldwide turn to Dorner to achieve improved efficiency, productivity, and a positive ROI.

The Dorner Advantage is...
  • Having an application and support team that has decades of experience in creating smart application solutions.
  • The broadest range of unit handling conveyors in the world, moving everything from machined parts to raw food products.
  • A lean manufacturing process that builds every conveyor to order and still delivers faster than anyone in the industry.
  • Experienced service technicians that assist with customer installations and the optimization of their conveying investments.
  • A drive for quality throughout our process backed by an industry leading 10 year warranty.
  • Our employees, our products and our commitment to customers contribute to Dorner being a World Leader in industrial conveyor systems.

Discover more at Dorner

DCMove Belted Industrial Conveyor

1100 Miniature Belt Conveyors

2200 Low Profile Conveyors

2700 Medium Duty Conveyors

3200 Series Heavy Duty Conveyors

AquaGard Sanitary, Stainless Steel Conveyors

AquaPruf Sanitary, Stainless Steel Conveyors

Pallet System Conveyors

3200 Series Z-Frame (LPZ) Belt Conveyors

FlexMove Conveyors

Lift Gate Conveyors

Conveyors for Sanitary Applications



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Motion Control and Automation
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