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Lista announces it is now part of Stanley Industrial & Automotive

New structure unifies more than 14 brands and business units.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
January 15, 2014

Lista International has unveiled its new logo and announced that it is now part of Stanley Industrial & Automotive, LLC’s Storage & Workspace Systems business unit consolidating a variety of business units under one legal entity.

Stanley Industrial & Automotive is a subsidiary of Stanley Black & Decker.

As a leading provider to the military, government, mining, transit, agriculture, energy, aviation, and manufacturing sectors, Stanley Industrial & Automotive supplies hand tools, power tools, and engineered storage solution products. The unification of more than 14 brands brings the strength of the world’s largest tool company to the industrial and automotive repair industry.

The new structure will continue to provide customers with access to a broad array of technology, products, solutions and consulting services from which to build a comprehensive, integrated facility solution.

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