The Materials Handling Engineers’ Association (MHEA) was formed in 1938 by inaugural chairman Frank Lonsdale, director of Fraser Chalmers Engineering – which later became the General Electric Company.
Founded in 1938
Since its foundation, the MHEA has supported the technical and commercial interests of UK and overseas companies supplying and using bulk handling equipment.
Today the MHEA offers a number of vital benefits to its members, including industry-level promotion, networking opportunities, representation at events and conferences, knowledge sharing and best practice, education and professional development, and access to vast technical expertise.
New Business Opportunities
The modern MHEA exists to help generate new business opportunities for its membership, as well as to enhance and promote the public image and raise the profile of the industry within government and other key bodies.
Currently, the MHEA represents members’ interests in industry sectors including Aggregate/Quarrying, Cement, Ports, Recycling, Power Generation, Building and Concrete Products, Minerals, Coal and Steel.