Industries Served by Next Level Storage Solutions

With over thirty years of material handling experience, the team at Next Level Storage Solutions has worked with some of the best companies and brightest people across a variety of industries. Our customer list includes companies with locations throughout North America. Our list of industries served includes, but is not limited to:

In this "man up" turret truck, the operator sits within the carriage and has a clear and accurate view of the pallet handling process.

In this “man up” turret truck, the operator sits within the carriage and has a clear and accurate view of the pallet handling process.

  • Archival Storage
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace, Defense, Government
  • Biomedical
  • Chemical
  • Clothing & Apparel
  • Cosmetics
  • Electronics & Computer
  • Energy
  • Food & Beverage
  • Government
  • Grocery
  • Hardware & Tools
  • Health Care
  • Hospitality
  • Internet Retailing
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Lumber & Building Materials
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Packaging & Distribution
  • Publishing & Creative Production
  • Retail Stores & Distribution
  • Software Distribution
  • Sporting Goods
  • Telecommunications
  • Warehouse Clubs

Material Handling is the field concerned with solving the pragmatic problems involving the movement, storage in a manufacturing plant or warehouse, control and protection of materials, goods and products throughout the processes of cleaning, preparation, manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal of all related materials, goods and their packaging.

[1] The focus of studies of Material Handling course work is on the methods, mechanical equipment, systems and related controls used to achieve these functions. The material handling industry manufactures and distributes the equipment and services required to implement material handling systems, from obtaining, locally processing and shipping raw materials to utilization of industrial feedstocks in industrial manufacturing processes. Material handling systems range from simple pallet rack and shelving projects, to complex conveyor belt and Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS); from mining and drilling equipment to custom built barley malt drying rooms in breweries. Material handling can also consist of sorting and picking, as well as automatic guided vehicles. (Source: Wikipedia)