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Welcome to Norpak Handling


Norpak Handling is a North American leader in the design and integration of material handling conveyor systems. Founded in 1988, Norpak quickly established a reputation for providing outstanding customer service along with valua-engineered conveyor system solutions. The company is headquartered in Port Hope, Ontario (Toronto area) with a branch office in Delta, British Columbia (Vancouver area).

Norpak is a proud supplier of conveyors, conveyor components, and complete turn-key conveyor systems designed, installed, and commissioned to exacting technical performance specifications. We utilize our proven project management expertise to ensure that your conveyor systems will bring optimal production and profit to your business. Our design team conducts feasibility studies and develops computer simulations to ensure we meet or exceed customer requirements.


Manufacturing Today - Conveying Ideas
January 23, 2013
Norpak Handling Ltd. may be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, but the knowledge and expertise of its senior management extends well beyond the quarter-century mark. This experience and dedication to service has made Norpak a success throughout Canada.
Northumberland Group Acquires McKessock Engineering Limited.
September 18, 2010
Stewart Raynor, President of the Northumberland Group and Keith McKessock, President of McKessock Engineering Limited are pleased to announce the purchase of McKessock Engineering by Norgroup. The sale closed on February 1st. The company will continue to operate under the Norgroup umbrella as McKessock Conveyor Solutions Limited.
Horizontals Offer Economic Benefits
July 11, 2009
Organizations looking for flexible staffing capabilities for seasonal peaks to economic down times are finding horizontal carousels to have multiple profitable benefits. Horizontal carousels are a composition of automated rolling shelves held on a track that deliver items to a worker, thereby eliminating the need for workers to leave their stations to find those items.