Hannibal Industries

By Josh Bond · September 5, 2017
New storage system enables same-day delivery of millions of items each year.
<p>Blanton Bartlett, president of Hannibal, said the company’s recent growth has helped it add employees across its U.S. facilities.</p>

By Roberto Michel · April 5, 2017
Hannibal Industries, a manufacturer of steel pallet racks, (Booth S1827) announced at ProMat that 2016 was a historic year of growth for the company, which manufactures its products in two U.S. locations.
By Josh Bond · February 6, 2017
Racking system increases storage and safety in seismic zone while accommodating growth.
By Josh Bond · July 1, 2016
Heavy-duty rack offers safety, storage density and labor savings.
By MMH Staff · June 13, 2016
New Hannibal South facility to increase production of steel pallet rack by 33%.
<p>Hannibal Industries’ Steve Rogers, executive VP (at left) and Blanton Bartlett, president, explained that Hannibal is investing in its plants, IT systems and human resources to better serve its customers. </p>

By Roberto Michel · April 5, 2016
Hannibal Industries (Booth 4747) is seeing strong growth for its pallet rack and steel tube products and to help sustain that growth, it is investing in its manufacturing technology, more people, and a new manufacturing plant in Houston slated to open in June, said Steve Rogers, executive VP, at a Tuesday booth visit.
By Bridget McCrea · April 1, 2016
Focused on gaining efficiencies, maximizing available space and keeping workers safe while they’re up in the air, companies are integrating more rack, shelving and storage into their facilities.
By Josh Bond · May 1, 2015
Rack design is moving from the concrete to the C-suite as more users quantify the impact of storage on process efficiency.
<p>From left: Ryan Peck, sales manager; Blanton Bartlett, president; Steve Rogers, VP</p> By Bridget McCrea · March 24, 2015
Responding to growing customer demand for its products and looking to leverage the anticipated expansion of the Panama Canal, Hannibal Industries (Booth 1563) announced its expansion into the south with a new Houston facility slated to open later this year.
By MMH Staff · July 15, 2014
Leading U.S. industrial storage and material handling equipment provider expands with new warehouse and office in California.
By MMH Staff · May 23, 2014
More than 75% of Hannibal Industries employees are now 100% vested within the company.
By Josh Bond · April 1, 2014
From cramped quarters to consumer demands, these case histories highlight how the right mix of storage systems can prove critical to overcoming business challenges.
<p>“TubeRack’s dual-moment frame features a horizontal-bolt-together modular design to handle more capacity with less steel in many instances,” said Steve Rogers, VP of Hannibal Industries.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 18, 2014
Hannibal Industries (Booth 6740) formed a strategic partnership with Twinlode Corp. to create the new Gen 2 racking product.
<p>Steve Rogers, VP of sales for Hannibal Industries, with some of Metalsistem’s highly configurable shelving systems.</p>

By MMH Staff · January 21, 2013
Hannibal Industries (Booth 659), the North American master distributor for shelving products from Metalsistem, announced at a Monday press conference the launch of a stocking distributor program for the United States.
By Sara Pearson Specter · February 7, 2012
Hannibal Industries (Booth 1928) is showcasing the TubeRack system, offered as a stronger and safer alternative to conventional rack systems, which provides a lower overall cost of ownership, said Steve Rogers, VP of sales at the employee-owned company.

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