April 20, 2016 Uncategorized No Comments

Today, Hannibal Industries, Inc. released a video covering the implementation of its Pushback Rack System in M.G. Produce’s warehouse located in Vernon, Calif. Baltin Rack, a distributor of Hannibal Industries’ products, worked closely alongside Andrew Kirby, the inventor of Hannibal’s patented TubeRack, to provide a unique solution to M.G. Produce’s warehousing needs. To view the video, go to: youtu.be/DdwIP5EY0dk.


“Our new video on this case study serves to clearly explain and demonstrate the competitive benefits Hannibal Industries’ Pushback Rack System brings to a warehouse,” said Steve Rogers, executive vice president at Hannibal Industries. “We are proud of the results we were able to deliver for M.G. Produce working alongside our partners at Baltin Rack, and we look forward to working more with them on design projects in the future.”

M.G. Produce of Vernon, Calif. has grown to become the largest domestic and international supplier of Asian fruits and vegetables for North America. To keep up with its rapid growth, the company moved into a 70,000-square-foot, custom-built state-of-the-art warehouse designed by Baltin Rack.

“Pushback Rack is very easy to use, and it has saved us a great deal of space,” comments Sueng-min Yoon, founder of M.G. Produce.  “It increased our warehouse space by 30 percent while reducing our labor costs by 20 percent – and that is quite an accomplishment!”

The core element of the warehouse design is Hannibal’s unique Pushback Systems that are manufactured using heavy-duty structural tube support rails along with encapsulated flanged wheeled carts.  The benefits to M.G. Produce include:

  • The tubular rails offer an economic strength to weight ratio, up to 3,000 pounds capacity.
  • Produced in Hannibal’s nearby Los Angeles factory, the structural steel construction ensures long life in tough warehouse environments.
  • The unique 2-6 deep design provides trouble-free operation and extensive built-in safety features.
  • The flanged wheel design with tube rails prevents debris from being caught in the system, ensuring continuous smooth rolling action and cleaner environment – ideal for fruits and vegetable storage.
  • Pushback Systems have a lower profile than other cart type systems, allowing extra life clearance and the possibility of an extra level of storage.   They also feature a high-quality powder coat finish.

Hannibal Industries is a pallet rack manufacturer providing material handling solutions to the food and beverage, home improvement, warehouse distribution, manufacturing, cold storage distribution, retail, archive storage, automotive and Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PL). The company works closely with system integrators, consultants and its distributors to offer innovative solutions.


Additional information on Hannibal Industries is available at http://www.hannibalrack.com, on Twitter @HannibalRack, on the Hannibal Rack YouTube channel and on LinkedIn.


About Hannibal Industries, Inc.

Hannibal Industries, Inc., headquartered in the Los Angeles metro area, is a pallet rack and steel tube manufacturer with a diverse product line that enables the company to provide material handling products to some of the largest operations in the world.  This employee-owned company is the largest U.S. manufacturer of steel pallet rack west of the Mississippi River.

The company’s industry leading product offering includes TubeRack, Metalsistem, Structural Pallet Rack, Roll-Formed Selective Pallet Rack, Hybrid Systems, Cantilever Systems, Pushback Systems, Pallet Flow Systems, Case Flow Systems and Drive-In Systems. Engineering and design services offered by the company include: system design; seismic engineering; permit administration; in-house installation and custom fabrication.  A true innovator, Hannibal Industries was awarded patents for its pallet rack system adjustable safety restraint and TubeRack.  For additional information, visit www.hannibalrack.com.

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