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Baker Industrial Supply Enters 2022 with Momentum After Installing More Than 55 Million Pounds of Rack in 2021

Baker Industrial Supply, a leading material handling rack integrator with National reach, is at MODEX 2022 talking about its successes in 2021 and how it will shape the company as it evolves with an industry that shows no signs of slowing down. Coming off one of its strongest years in terms of growth, Baker Industrial Supply is reporting that it completed more than 315 jobs across 25 states where it worked to deliver and install rack, shelving layouts, wire guidance systems and more in both retail and warehouse environments.

“Baker has grown from a local shop providing small rack accessories and supplies to a national integrator, working with end-users and other partners to expertly plan, deliver and build full warehouse systems for some of the largest companies in the world,” said Joe Rooney, vice president, Baker Industrial Supply. “Our commitment to assigning internal teams to each build is part of Baker’s point of difference from other integrators. In 2021 we dedicated almost 165,000 hours of labor to deliver the best products with our unmatched service in 50 percent of the country. We are really proud of Baker’s progress, and we look forward to expanding even more this year and beyond.”

For more information, visit https://bakerindustrialsupply.com.

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