Canada West Belting Ltd. was incorporated in 1994 to provide the industry with a source where the client could receive quality, professionalism and the experience needed for any scope of work that applies to conveyors and the applications required regarding them.
During his 40 plus years in the industry, owner and President Rick Dubuc has acquired extensive knowledge and experience in the belting industry. Starting his career in the early 70’s, Rick had noticed that many of the splicing standards and practices at the time needed to be improved and expanded upon. Rick worked closely with his employer and the belting manufacturers at the time to raise the standard regarding the final product that they were selling. After the previous company, he had worked for was purchased and rebranded, Rick decided to branch off on his own where he could maintain control of the level of service that he provided.
For the past 26 years, Rick’s primary focus has been on service and safety. We understand that we sometimes work in a dangerous industry. We believe that with proper planning and communication, training and intentional awareness we can always meet the expectations of our customers as well as our families.
To be prepared for any task requested of us. Canada West Belting is continually expanding our training, safety awareness and tooling for any job. We understand the importance of showing up prepared and equipped to be as self-sustainable as possible for the job. We can provide the personal from Millwrighting, Welding and conveyor belt Splicing Techs to providing our own power and equipment for everything in between.
Our employees and key personal have extensive experience working in Sawmills, Planer Mills, Pulp & Paper Mills, Grain Terminals, Aggregate and Mines. Some clients include: Dominion Diamond Ekati Corporation, JDS Energy & Mining Inc. – Silvertip Mine, Terrane Metals Corporation – Mt. Milligan, Canadian Northern Mining Corporation, Rio Tinto, Prince Rupert Grain, Walter Energy Inc., West Fraser Mills, Canfor and numerous aggregate and specialty plants.