Conveyors & Drives partners with Spacesaver Industrial

Conveyors & Drives has announced a partnership with Spacesaver Industrial offering manual and powered mobile aisle technology.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 04, 2012 - MMH Editorial

Conveyors & Drives has announced a partnership with Spacesaver Industrial offering manual and powered mobile aisle technology. “We are excited about our partnership with Spacesaver Industrial and their ActiveRAC mobilized storage system.” Through this relationship we are able to provide options and solutions to our customers’ storage challenges. By utilizing existing or new rack, we can help our customers gain up to 100% more storage in the same space,” said Dan Helms, president of Conveyors & Drives, Inc.

Established in 1969, Conveyors & Drives offers conveyor and material handling solutions to companies across the United States in a wide range of industries including food, beverage, distribution and manufacturing. From conception to completion, Conveyors & Drives integrates multiple stand-alone processes into a seamless flow, resulting in maximum efficiency for their customers. Some of their areas of expertise include: high-speed sortation, bakery and food handling conveyors, packaging and equipment conveyor interface, pallet handling conveyor systems, automatic guided vehicle, overhead trolley conveyor systems, power and free conveyor systems, robotic palletizing, large conveyor inventory and used conveyor.

Spacesaver Industria is a division of Spacesaver Corporation, is owned by KI, a leading provider of high-density compact mobile storage systems and an array of other storage solutions and accessories to commercial markets since 1972. The company has successfully installed more than 100,000 storage systems for leading companies and institutions across North America, including an untold number of industrial applications.



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