W&H Systems launches Allied Products program

Program to include online and hard copy catalogs for maintenance, packaging, safety and storage needs.

March 10, 2014 - MMH Editorial

W&H Systems, a full-service integrator of material handling systems, has launched a new Allied Products program providing niche products for maintenance, packaging, safety, and storage operations within a warehouse.

John Niemeyer, who has been with W&H Systems for more than 10 years and is an expert in the material handling industry, will lead the operation.

“I’m pleased to be a part of the new Allied Products program, which will better serve our clients (and prospective customers) and positions W&H as a true single source for a company’s warehouse equipment needs,” said John Niemeyer, warehouse products specialist at W&H Systems. “This is in addition to the automated material handling technologies that W&H Systems is well known for. As a major distributor, we are able to offer you incredibly low prices on these items and project management on any installations or assembly requirements.”

W&H Systems new Allied Products program offers everything imaginable for maintenance, packaging, safety and storage needs. Some examples include: bollards, column protectors, guard rail systems, lockers, anti-fatigue mats, mobile pick carts, packaging supplies, pack stations, pedestrian guard rails, security cages, storage cabinets, totes, work benches, work platforms and more. The Allied Products can be viewed online and/or in a hard copy catalog.

Previously, John Niemeyer was the marketing and sales coordinator at W&H Systems. Prior to that, he was in project management for Seller’s Landscape Company. John graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a BA degree in Business Marketing & Business Management. He is an active board member for the Material Handling Society of New Jersey.



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