BMA Belting Experience
When you work with BMA Belting, you can be sure you’ll get the right solution for your needs. Since we are an independent Australian owned company, you are not restricted to the limited range provided by any single foreign-owned company. You are free to select the best quality, most appropriate product for your specific application.
Goals & Visions
To provide the Australian market with a premium quality product, outlasting our competitors
To make our products the most recognised brand of belting in Australia
Always set the market standard with the most up to date products, services and equipment
Customer satisfaction based on BMA Beltings product & application knowledge and prompt servicing
To maintain & continue our 24 hour on site breakdown support
Continue to be the largest family owned Australian company in the Belting industry
BMA Belting Australia officially started operation in the Mid 1980’s by Mr Mark Jeries. Operating as a sole trader out of a small factory in Leichhardt, NSW, Mark had dedicated himself to introduce a product unheard of in the Australian market. That product was Volta; a solid urethane hygienic homogeneous belt with no fabric plies. At first, it took the market a while to get used to the idea of using such a belt; however after the huge success of Volta in the food industry a new standard of hygienic belting was set. 30 years later, no other company has been able to match the quality and success that Brendma have managed to output with the Volta range in the Food Industry.
After a few years, BMA Belting Australia transformed from a small sole trader to a well established business and in 1987 a second branch was opened in Victoria and currently resides in Thomastown.
In 1990, BMA Belting collaborated with one of the world’s largest fabric belting producers, Derco Holland, to introduce their range of high quality PVC and Polyurethane conveyor belting into the Australian market. For over 20 years, BMA Belting has continued to be the sole distributor of Derco in Australia.
The immediate success of the Derco product was such an impact that the very next year (1991) BMA Belting Sydney needed to move to a bigger premise in Marrickville before moving onto it’s current location in Auburn in 1996. BMA Beltings success encouraged the company to become an elite member of NIBA (National Industrial Belting Association) in 1995.
In 2006, BMA Belting expanded into Queensland with an office and workshop currently residing in Carole Park. As a result of this success, BMA Belting became Australia’s largest family owned Conveyor Belting company, with 40 staff across 3 states plus a distribution network across Australia.