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Vertical Lift Module listings:
Atis Srl
1 (514) 807-2215
Ferretto Group North America
Phone: 419-738-8147
1 (908) 871-7000
Flexcon Container
Gebhardt USA
Gudel, Inc
Hanel Storage Systems

Hänel Storage Systems manufactures automated storage and retrieval systems (AS/RS).  Founded in Germany in 1953, Hänel established its U.S. headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA in 1984, and has become the premier supplier of vertical carousels and vertical lift modules in the United States.  Hänel offers the Rotomat® Vertical Carousel and the Lean-Lift® Vertical Lift Module (VLM), both of which provide numerous advantages to our customers, including:  1. Increased floor space for other uses (often over 60% more) 2. Improved inventory control and accuracy 3. Greater productivity and speed 4. Enhanced safety and security 5. Proper ergonomics for users

121 Industry Drive
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15275
United States

1 (708) 344-9999
Interlake Mecalux
1 (800) 639-5805
Kardex Remstar
1 (502) 774-2200
Lauyans & Company, Inc.
1 (207) 440-5100
Modula Inc.
1 (630) 235-5730
Power Automation Systems
Sapient Automation
1 (704) 944-4500
Schaefer Systems International
1 (610) 776-3810
Stanley Vidmar
TKF, Inc.
1 (214) 988-3119
Transnorm System

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