Caster Concepts

By Chris Lewis · April 3, 2017
During a press conference on Monday, Caster Concepts (Booth S2774) exhibited three additions to its ErgoMaxx line of ergonomic products—a maintenance-free rig, known as the Series 77 Rig, a Foot-Actuated Brake and a Foot-Actuated Swivel Lock.
By MMH Staff · December 21, 2016
Precision machining capabilities will support expansion of engineering, design, fabrication and polyurethane production.
By Chris Lewis · June 8, 2016
Moving product through a warehouse or distribution center often comes down to the basics: casters, tuggers and carts. Innovations in these simple solutions are increasing ergonomics, productivity and safety for workers on the floor.
By Bridget McCrea · April 5, 2016
Integrating a battery-powered electric motor, the Drive Caster was showcased by Caster Concepts’ (Booth 5077) CEO Bill Dobbins in a press conference on Tuesday as the industry’s first motorized industrial caster.
<p>Zach Norkey, southeast territory manager, and Mike Kulka, national account manager, show off Caster Concepts’ new ErgoMaxx and TWERGO casters.</p>

By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
Reducing back and shoulder injuries, as well as cutting the noise associated with hearing loss, are the goals of Caster Concepts’ (Booth 5244) new ergonomic line of caster wheels, rigs and polyurethane treads, explained Mike Kulka, national account manager in a press conference on Tuesday.
By MMH Staff · May 1, 2014
Acquired company specializes in shock isolation and shock absorption casters.
By MMH Staff · October 23, 2013
Online catalog enables design of custom products and CAD models of more than 20,000 standard products.
By MMH Staff · August 15, 2012
Canadian company was original creator of torsion-powered balance casters.
By MMH Staff · May 1, 2012
Caster Concepts, Inc., manufacturer of heavy duty industrial casters and wheels, today announced the addition of Conveyor Concepts to its family of businesses.
By Josh Bond · January 6, 2011
Automobile manufacturer replaces lift trucks to reduce injuries at its new Georgia plant.
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