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New PACKOUT Rolling Tool Chest: Transport 2 PACKOUT Stacks onto the Site

Rolling Tool ChestMilwaukee Tool expands the popular PACKOUT™ Modular Storage System with the new PACKOUT™ Rolling Tool Chest. This newest addition enables users to store larger tools and equipment, while providing the ability to transport two PACKOUT™ stacks onto the site with the new Dual Stack Top.

Featuring an Industrial-Grade Handle and 9-inch All Terrain Wheels, this tool chest can be rolled anywhere on the jobsite. An impact resistant body and metal reinforced locking points provide maximum strength and durability. This 35-gallon tool chest has a 250-pound weight capacity and an interior organization tray, making it ideal for storing and keeping large tools and jobsite materials organized. A Locking Lid Support feature keeps the top securely open, which prevents sudden lid closure while working with tools and accessories.

With the addition of the new PACKOUT Rolling Tool Chest, the Milwaukee® PACKOUT Modular Storage System now has over 35 solutions for users to choose from to fully customize their storage – making PACKOUT the most comprehensive modular storage system in the industry.

For more information, visit https://www.milwaukeetool.com.

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