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Tennsco celebrates 50th anniversary

Tennsco Corp. marks its 50th year as a leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial and institutional storage and shelving systems, lockers, and shop solutions.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
January 13, 2012

Tennsco Corp. marks its 50th year as a leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial and institutional storage and shelving systems, lockers, and shop solutions.

“For five decades, we’ve worked tirelessly to polish our reputation as an industry leader,” said Stuart Speyer, President, Tennsco. “As we celebrate Tennsco’s 50th anniversary, we reflect on the many talents and unwavering dedication of our employees over the years. We are deeply committed to maintaining an internal culture that embraces professionalism, teamwork, leadership, and quality. We work together in continual pursuit of innovative ways to deliver on our promise of providing our customers with exceptional products and service.”

“The center of our focus has always been our customers, who inspire us to achieve excellence,” said Speyer. “Whether it’s a custom-engineered solution or a distinctive storage cabinet off the line, our customers have come to expect the best from us. We take great pride in our history of providing the strong, reliable, durable shelving and storage solutions our customers need, when they need them. We look forward to serving them for many years to come.”

Tennsco Corp., headquartered in Dickson, TN, began operations in 1962. Today, Tennsco is an industry leader with more than 1.4 million square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space in six facilities. Tennsco offers a wide variety of filing and storage systems, steel office furniture, industrial and institutional shelving, lockers, and shop equipment.

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