Who We Are

  • Who We Are Employees

Here at United Conveyor Corporation, we take great pride in our company, in our people, and in our work.  Because of that, we have earned a reputation of excellence around the world.  Our reputation was formed on the strong ethics and unwavering values weaved into our culture.  Our culture is the operating system of UCC. It is our personality and the sum total of our behaviors, values, attitudes and beliefs.  We believe that through hard work and perseverance, we will continue to provide sustainable, innovative solutions that foster the development and growth of our Customers.  

 

UCC Values 

PEOPLE – 

More than simply our great name, products and services, it is our people who are our business. We trust and invest in our people and they always come first.

INTEGRITY –   

We always honor our promises. We demonstrate this in what we do and what we say. We always obey the law and follow best business practices. We are transparent, honest and ethical in all our dealings with our people, Customers, suppliers, community, and industry partners.

TEAMWORK – 

Teamwork enables everything we do. People play an integral part in delivering on our promises. We can only do that when we work closely together in a team both within the company and externally with our Customers and partners. We trust our teammates and value their input.

INNOVATION – 

Developing new products and businesses has always been at the core of what we do. We actively seek new challenges and ways we can add value for our Customers. We strive to be at the leading edge of technology and innovation in our chosen markets.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION – 

We know that we are only successful when our Customers’ businesses thrive. We make sure we deliver exceptional customer service. We honor our commitments, deliver performance beyond expectations and anticipate customer needs, with a focus on assisting our Customers to exceed their goals.

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT – 

We are passionate about process improvement. We know that even great processes, products and practices can be improved. We search for problems in order to learn lessons from them and make permanent, documented improvements.