Lista InternationalShelf/drawer converter system
Retrofit shelves with drawer unit that expands storage capacity up to 50%
A shelf converter system by Lista International enables the use of the full cubic capacity of existing storage space, retrofitting traditional shelf storage into high-density drawer storage.
The insert is ideal for use in manufacturing, maintenance and repair operations, as well as parts cribs. It expands storage capacity by up to 50%, and consists of modular drawers set into brackets that fit multiple standard shelving brands.
Easily expandable as storage needs change, the unit stores small- to medium-sized items in drawers or on rollout trays—each with 440-pounds capacity—while larger, bulkier items stay on shelves.
Learn more about this product.
Founded in Switzerland in 1945, Lista originally manufactured a wide variety of metal products. During the 1950s, the company began focusing on producing modular storage systems and office furniture. In 1968, Lista International Corporation was established to bring the company’s quality products to the Americas. Soon, manufacturing operations began at our Holliston, Massachusetts factory.
Today, Lista products manufactured in Holliston are made in the USA with global materials, and products from our Burlington, Ontario facility are made in Canada. We are ISO 9001 certified, and employ more than 250 people in our 225,000 square foot Holliston factory. We make workspace work for you with the industry’s broadest line and customized solutions that precisely fit your specific needs.
106 Lowland Street
Holliston, Massachusetts 01746-2094 USA
Tel: (508) 429-1350
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