Transply, Inc. can provide you with your repair service needs from our facility in Greencastle, PA. As an EASA approved repair shop we can provide warranty repair for major brands of motors such as Baldor, Leeson, and Lincoln. While electric motor repair is our specialty, we also repair reducers, clutches, brakes, pumps and more. For your convenience, we will pick up the items in need of repair and deliver them back to you when complete.
Our Lancaster, PA office is home to our Apple Belting division. At Apple Belting we will supply all your flat belting needs. With a large inventory of PVC, General Purpose and Food Grade belting we are able to fill your order quickly. Apple is equipped to handle most of your belting fabrications including: cut to length belts, cleats, v-guides, hole punching, mechanical laced, vulcanized splices and more. We also provide in the field service for belt installation and fabrication.
The customer service team at each of our seven locations will assist you in product selection and drive design. If you need help in selecting a motor, sizing a reducer, or calibrating a speed, contact the location nearest you for immediate assistance. Our outside sales team can also provide product assistance at your plant. For your convenience you can phone, fax, or e-mail your needs.
Our fleet of over 50 vehicles can provide you with daily delivery service at no charge. We make daily transfers of material to each of our locations via our own trucks to provide the best possible service at no additional cost.
Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Program
Capture Minority Spend Credit with Transply, Inc. and IBC
Transply, Inc. can provide Minority Spend credit to help companies with initiatives and strategies to support minority business enterprise (MBE) companies and minority communities as a whole.
Minority Spend programs to support MBE are important in many industries. The Federal government requires contractors to subcontract with minority businesses. State and local governments often have similar requirements. Recently, businesses in the private sector that supply goods and services to the government also require minority credits from their suppliers. Additionally, by the year 2050 one third of the United States’ population will be comprised of minorities – and companies in many industries have embraced this fact and have developed marketing strategies to support minority communities.
Many companies establish diversity departments to support minority businesses and set goals on purchase amounts. These dollar amounts “trickle down” to their suppliers, and become goals for these suppliers as well. Minority Spend continues to gain more importance as companies discover the need to significantly improve Minority Spend as a way to maintain existing business and to win new customers.
Transply, Inc. has an alliance with IBC to enable each Transply customer to capture minority credit. IBC’s unique business offering provides value on many levels. As a premier contract management company, the value to the end users stretches far beyond minority credits. Purchasing power, technology platforms and targeted cost-savings initiatives helps Transply and IBC win and maintain long-term contracts.
IBC is a minority-owned business certified by the Greater New England division of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). IBC meets NMSDC criteria as a Hispanic and veteran owned company. IBC is one of the few minority owned organizations with a footprint covering industrial, bearing/PT, electrical MRO and many other categories throughout North America.
Please click here to view IBC’s certificate.