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High-Rise Storage Shelving optimizes use of warehouse space.
Press Release Summary:
Jul 15, 2014 - Made of heavy-duty steel panels and framework, High-Rise Storage Shelving can be powder coated to specific color required by end user. Customizable shelving is designed with reinforced edges and can withstand impact from items such as forklifts, pallet trucks, and other industrial material handling equipment. Applications include bulk storage in warehouses, food manufacturing, and other general industrial companies.
Original Press Release
High-rise Storage Shelving Maximises Expensive Footprints
Press release date: Jul 09, 2014
It has released its Australian made high-rise storage shelving for warehouses, components and parts processes, food manufacturers and other general industrial companies.
The ‘Defence Preferred Supplier’ added this technology to its growing list of stocks as a way of facilitating those companies in need of a certain level of customisation to their storage and shelving requirements.
In addition, with every square metre of floor space priced at a premium – particularly in metropolitan areas – a high-rise storage option is considered a strategic investment for most companies looking to lock into lease agreements.
Made of heavy-duty steel panels and framework, Actisafe high-rise storage shelving can be powder coated to a specific colour required by the end user.
Designed with reinforced edges, the customised technology is durable enough to withstand a certain degree of impact from items such as forklifts, palette tracks and other industrial materials handling equipment.
Actisafe high-rise storage shelving optimises the use of warehouse spaces which, in the current market where industrial space is near cost prohibitive, is a very positive outcome for the end-user.
For more information, please contact Actisafe. 1300 852 397.
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