W&H Systems’ Allied Products Launches E-Commerce Site

Source: W&H Systems' Allied Prodcuts

By Erin Massey

Oct 03, 2014

CD1410WHSystemsVendorNotesW&H Systems, Inc, a full-service integrator of material handling systems, announces its Allied Products division has a new e-commerce website at WHEquip.com, featuring a wide-variety of warehousing products. The Allied Products division provides niche products for maintenance, packaging, ergonomics, safety, and storage operations within a warehouse. The new website allows clients to easily browse and shop material handling and industrial equipment.  

John Niemeyer, Warehouse Products Specialist at W&H Systems said the website and new online catalog is what he would consider an encyclopedia for warehouse equpipment where clients can get their questions answered.

W&H Systems’ Allied Products program offers everything imaginable for maintenance, packaging, safety and storage needs. Some examples include: anti-fatigue matting, dock equipment, rack protection, lockers, mezzanines, mobile pick carts, wire decking, storage cabinets, totes, carton flow rack, shelving, workbenches and packing tables, work platforms and much, much more.

W&H Systems’ Allied Products, a leading distributor are able to offer substantial discounts on their products. By being a single source of all warehouse equipment product and service needs, clients no longer have to deal with multiple vendors, allowing them to focus on their core competencies that lead to bottom-line profitability. W&H Systems’ Allied Products new site at WHEquip.com allows clients to quickly and easily shop online. The company also provides installation, repair, and maintenance support on all equipment.

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