Shelving

Shelving types include stand-alone, track-mounted, wall-mounted, utility carts and more.

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Maintaining shelving is important from a safety standpoint, since corrosion can compromise the stability of these systems.

Due to a growing array of shelving options, there is no longer a one-size-fits-all approach with these units. In fact, some operators find careful planning prior to specifying solutions is necessary to make the most of designated storage space.

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