Introducing the RZR FLX Rack – A RZR Rack that doesn’t use bags!

For some, the RZR Rack sells itself. They understand the cost savings it will provide them, and they see how they can easily integrate it into their existing systems so that they can maximize their space and labor efficiency. For others, the idea of bag racks is a novel concept. For a variety of reasons, […]

RZR Rack Customization

When we say you can customize the RZR Rack, we don’t just mean dimensions and cell sizes. We truly mean we can customize the design to fit your needs and facility. This customer needed a customized bumper around the perimeter of the rack to help it integrate with their existing material handling systems, so we […]

Dealing with manufacturing issues? Let us help!

These days, it seems like manufacturers are all facing the same issues when it comes to production: Increasing freight costs Low inventory due to supply chain bottlenecks Rising labor costs and low labor availability What if we told you that the RZR Rack can help with all 3 of these? That’s right, the RZR Rack […]

A RZR Rack for the Distribution World!

When we first launched the RZR Rack, we had manufacturing in mind. How could we help manufacturers store more parts in their facilities and move more parts at a given time to help them save money? As we talked with more and more people, we found that there’s just as much of a need for space […]

How much money can the RZR Rack save you?

One of the main ways to save money in a manufacturing facility is by increasing efficiencies. Be it by increasing production flow and output, reducing time, reducing scrap rates, or saving space; there are many ways to become more efficient in your facility. Improvements to your packaging are a great place to start, and the […]

Running Out Of Floor Space? Solutions for Optimizing Your Facility.

Recently, we participated in a virtual presentation for AutoPack Summit 2020 that focused on ways to improve efficiency, save money, and reduce floorspace requirements. When we talk about increasing efficiency, we’re essentially looking at how to reduce time and costs. In terms of packaging, 3 of the main issues people face are how to move […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

Wishing an early Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful moms out there!

If You’re Feeling Helpless, Help Someone

Today marks the conclusion of our “Honoring Our Frontline Heroes” series. We hope that as you have read these stories, that you were encouraged and inspired. We have a part to play in this world. We are all needed. Look around your neighborhood, is there someone you can bless today? Maybe you can deliver a […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Josh West

Josh West entered emergency medicine because of his mother-in-law’s passion for her role as an RN in Florida. Josh says, “She talked me into getting my EMT license, and I’ve loved the job ever since! I love the thrills of the job, but I also enjoy making a difference in people’s lives, even if it’s […]

Honoring Our Frontlines Heroes: Samuel Ortega

For the last three years, Samuel Ortega has worked as a first responder for the Norton Shores Fire Department. A passion for this field arose at a young age, watching his father serve the community as a Fire Fighter. Sam loved visiting the station and climbing all over the trucks. Sadly, his father passed away […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Nicole Sparks

“Want to know who’s not practicing social distancing? These babies! Because they just keep coming,” says Nicole Sparks, a physician of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Atlanta, Georgia. “And I fully expect to have an influx of babies approximately 9-10 months from now. (Laugh out loud)!” Nicole has been an OB GYN for almost five years, […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Tayler and Mike Kooienga

Tayler Kooienga is a healthcare worker who normally works in an outpatient endoscopy center in Grand Rapids. When that center was put on temporary closure, Tayler called Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Hospital to offer her assistance. It could have been easier or safer to remain home, but Tayler chose to go to the frontlines. She […]

Encouragement In The Face of Hardship

Corrie ten Boom and her family helped nearly 800 Jewish people to safety during the Holocaust. They built a secret room in their house as a hiding place for the Dutch resistance. When a Dutch informant told the Nazis about the ten Boom’s work, both Corrie and her sister, Betsie were taken to Ravensbrück concentration […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Anthony Morales

Anthony Morales is a first responder in West Michigan, which means he works on the frontlines, at all times. Due to Covid-19, the challenges on the frontlines have increased. This pandemic is a threat that agencies haven’t experienced before. Policies and procedures are changing day-to-day in response to the outbreak, which leads to higher stress […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Holly Dishnow

Holly Dishnow is an inspiration. She is a Nurse Practitioner, mother of three children under the age of six, an active volunteer and leader in her church, and devoted wife to her husband of eleven years. Dear Wonder Woman, I think you have competition. Holly has worked in healthcare for over eleven years. For nearly […]

Honoring Our Frontline Heroes: Andrew and Cait Seppo

Andrew and Cait Seppo are a dynamic husband and wife team in West Michigan that offer a holistic approach to healing through Chiropractic medicine. Not only do the Seppos have big hearts for health, but they also serve the community through partnering with Hand2Hand, The American Red Cross Blood Drive, Samaritan’s Purse, Habitat for Humanity, […]