(PRWEB) August 01, 2014
Borroughs Corporation, a leader in the steel storage and shelving industry, today announced they have begun manufacturing a line of modular drawer cabinets. Modular drawer cabinets are a perfect fit for this manufacturer, known for their quality steel storage products throughout several industries including: automotive, material handling, museums and library applications.
“Our modular drawers are a great solution for businesses who need to store small to medium parts or products in an efficient and organized way,” commented Dale Voelz, Director of Engineering at Borroughs Corporation.
Modular drawers are predominantly used where space is at a premium or businesses need to improve security or parts retrieval times. With the ability to reduce your storage footprint by up to 60%, and the flexibility to attach these cabinets side to side, back-to-back or even stacked on top of each other, they truly are a sound investment.
Borroughs enters the market having years of experience in the steel storage industry. Borroughs’ design and engineering have placed them as an instant player in the modular drawer market with features like single and multi drawer access units, removable locking cores for security, and best-in-class drawer suspension. Borroughs’ cabinets give businesses an alternative to existing manufacturers, by delivering all the quality features in one cabinet. To view the modular drawer cabinets or other great products from Borroughs Corporation, visit http://www.borroughs.com.
About Borroughs Corporation
Established in 1938, Borroughs has been building top-quality steel storage and shelving systems for over seventy-five years. Our focus on producing "A" grade storage products has given us the expertise to provide systems ranging from a small back room storage requirement to high-rise and multi-level systems found in today's distribution and fulfillment centers. Borroughs' industry experience is a major benefit, which adds significant value. When dealing with huge projects, diverse requirements and critical situations, there is no substitute for experience.