Coastal Engineering and Belting (CEB) specialize in metal fabrication, conveyor belting, rubber lining, metal laser cutting, mechanical maintenance services and heavy industrial fabrication.
In 2005, the merger of two successful companies, Coastal Belting and CNR Engineering & Marine, created a stronger service integrated business, Coastal Engineering & Belting. Through the hands-on involvement of all CEB's six directors, we offer over 140 years experience managing the business.
Striving to be the best in the business and providing comprehensive service are key motivators of the CEB team, delivering precision work, on time and under budget, allowing our customer, large or small, to have confidence in the delivered product and service.
To complete to our comprehensive range of services and due to customer demand, 2007 saw the acquisition of another highly successful business of 9 years, Statewide Engineering, which has further enhanced the services offered by CEB into the heavy industrial area and sole Tasmanian distributorship for Keech Castings, providing a full and comprehensive range of replacement ground engaging tools (GET).
Whilst CEB's state of the art workshops are based at the industrial heartland of Camdale on the North West Coast of Tasmania, our client base is Australia-wide.
CEB employ 50 plus permanent staff on the workshop floors, comprising of Boiler-maker/Welders, Sheet metal Workers, Fitters & Turners, Belting & Rubber Technicians, Diesel Mechanic, Industrial Sandblasters, Industrial Painters, BMW Apprentices and skilled Trades Assistants.
Company Operations prior to mergers:
Coastal Belting commenced operations in February 1997 with just its 3 directors. Over the following eight years, the business serviced the belting and lining needs of clients on the West Coast and surrounding areas, employing 13 staff at the time of the merger.
CNR Engineering & Marine
CNR Engineering & Marine commended operations in March 1999 with 3 directors servicing the metal fabrication and refurbishment of heavy industry. Marine design, fabrication & repairs were another aspect of CNR's operations. CNR employed 12 staff when it merged with Coastal Belting.
Statewide Engineering commenced operations in February 1998 with 3 working directors also servicing the metal fabrication and refurbishment of heavy industry predominately in the timber downstream processing industry and the Mining Industry on the West Coast of Tasmania. Over the 9 years the business grew beyond expectations and evolved into a highly successful and respected service. Statewide Engineering employed 25 staff when it was acquired by CEB. Statewide Engineering's name is retained and is now a division of CEB.