California – New Cantilever Racking
Most common items sold in the Golden state of California over the past 27 years:
- New Cantilever Racks
- New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
- New Metal Industrial Shelving
- New Pallet Rack Beams
- New Pallet Rack Uprights
- Used Cantilever Racking
- Used Pallet Rack Beams
- Used Pallet Rack Uprights
- Used Pallet Racking
- Used Wire Mesh Decking
Top Buying Cities:
- Los Angeles, Ca
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Warehouse1 features great shipping rates across the United States. We wanted to get to know a little more about where we go. Here are some fun facts about The Golden State.
- Los Angeles – 3,928,864
- San Diego – 1,381,069
- San Jose – 1,015,785
- San Francisco – 852,469
- Fresno – 515,986
- Long Beach – 496,700
- Sacramento – 485,199
- Oakland – 413,775
- Bakersfield – 368,759
- Anaheim – 346,997
Bright lights, big cities and scenic coastlines — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Arkansas.
— In a game of word association, if we said “California” there’s a strong chance you’d say “Hollywood”. Hollywood and its surrounding areas make Los Angeles the entertainment capital of the world. Celebrities, studios, glitz, glamour — Hollywood is perfectly equipped for movie magic. Take a stroll down the streets to see the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where handprints from celebrities past and present line the sidewalks.
— L.A. might be the most obvious of cities when you think of California, but in reality it’s just one stop on the Pacific Coast Highway. San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego are all unique places with different cultural samplings. Don’t forget Napa Valley, Orange County, Santa Barbara and other breathtaking areas along the way!
— California’s geographical diversity deserves more than a few paragraphs. To encapsulate some of the natural beauty the state beholds, do yourself a favor and look at pictures rather than words. Big Sur is a 90-mile coastline (containing places like Carmel, Monterey and St. Luis Obispo) where the Santa Lucia Mountains meet the ocean. The Redwood National and State Parks have the tallest trees on planet Earth. Lake Tahoe has crystal clear waters and Death Valley is the hottest place in the country. Yosemite National Park has produced some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet. Again, words undersell how magnificent California truly is.
Brian Wilson – The founder of the Beach Boys helped pen much of the band’s music, including 1966’s all-time great Pet Sounds. The band formed in Hawthorne and is largely credited with cultivating that famous California sound.
Robert Frost — “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and sorry I could not travel both, and be one traveler, long I stood…” wrote the San Francisco born poet in “The Road Not Taken.” Frost told tales of rural life in America while using common, relatable English.
Joe DiMaggio — Joltin’ Joe was a California kid from Martinez who won nine World Series with the Yankees and holds what is considered one of the most untouchable records in baseball with a 56-game hit streak.
Steve Jobs — The man who founded the world’s most valuable company was born in San Francisco and co-founded Apple in 1976. Through a series of twists and turns, Jobs found himself as one of the most influential people on the planet before passing away in 2011.
William Randolph Hearst — Publisher who assembled the nation’s largest newspaper empire. He was the main inspiration for the main character in 1941’s Citizen Kane.