Storage supplier launches online quick ship program

Stanley Vidmar offers preconfigured cabinets, workcenters, and other items to ship in 24 to 48 hours
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
December 14, 2010 - MMH Editorial

To continue meeting the urgent storage demands of its customers, Stanley Vidmar, a manufacturer of premium custom storage solutions, has launched its new online Quick Ship program.

Developed in a simple-to-use e-commerce platform, Quick Ship allows customers to select storage solutions via a “shopping cart” including preconfigured cabinets, work surfaces, drawer accessories, mobile workcenters, and bench legs. All Quick Ship orders will be shipped within 24 to 48 hours.

“Sometimes storage needs are immediate and our Quick Ship option allows our customers to have their demands met quickly with a high-quality solution,” says Joe McCormack, Stanley Vidmar’s vice president of sales & marketing. “Not only can we meet the customers’ needs today but with the industry’s only lifetime guarantee on cabinets and workcenters, Stanley Vidmar gives customers peace of mind knowing they have storage solutions that’ll last forever.”



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