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Waste Reduction

Our modular systems reduce waste. Structures are built to precisely the right shape and dimensions for the specific handling and storage task. This reduces wasted space. Structures also present items at the most convenient position for easy access. This reduces wasteful movements to maximize productivity and ergonomic efficiency. Structures are easily modified when requirements change to ensure ongoing waste minimization.

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