Florida – New & Used Gravity Flow Rack and Racking
Most common items sold in the Sunshine state of Florida over the past 27 years:
- New Cantilever Racks
- New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
- New Metal Industrial Shelving
- New Wire Mesh Decking
- Selective Pallet Racking
- Used Cantilever Racking
- Used Conveyors
- Used Industrial ShelvingUsed Warehouse Equipment
- Used Warehouse Shelving
- Used Wire Mesh Decking
Top Buying Cities:
- Orlando, Fl
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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 Sunshine State.
- Jacksonville – 821,784
- Miami – 399,457
- Tampa – 335,709
- Saint Petersburg – 244,769
- Orlando – 238,300
- Hialeah – 224,669
- Tallahassee – 181,376
- Fort Lauderdale – 165,521
- Port Saint Lucie – 164,603
- Pembroke Pines – 154,750
Beaches, Disney World, and Manatees — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Florida.
Beaches: What’s better than hearing the waves crashing as the wind gently whips while you sit on a beach towel in Florida? Florida has the second most coastline in the United States, right after Alaska. Many of Florida’s beach towns are very popular spring break destinations and are great year-round living for retirees.
Disney World: One of Walt Disney’s great concepts was creating the ultimate American amusement park, Disney World. Just outside Orlando, the Walt Disney World Resort opened in 1971 and has an attendance of over 52 million annually.
Manatees: Sometimes referred to as sea cows, manatees are a majestic, peaceful animal that thrives in Florida’s waters. They weigh up to 1200 lbs.; move slowly and in small groups. They tend to migrate across all parts of water, making seeing them a possibility from many different locations.
Bob Ross – Television icon that captured audiences with his magical daytime painting for many years. The Joy of Painting displayed his artistic capabilities for 12 years before he passed away in 1995.
Emmitt Smith — NFL’s all-time leading rusher graduated from the University of Florida before catching on with the Dallas Cowboys and winning three Super Bowls in the early 1990s. Currently works as a television analyst and spokesperson.
Tom Petty — An Award-winning musician who had hits such as “Won’t Back Down” and “Free Fallin’.” Petty hails from Gainesville and is one of the most popular touring acts in the country each summer.
Billy Beane — Former MLB super-prospect who never quite panned out as a player. He broke into the front office of the Oakland A’s and become the most prominent champion for sabermetrics in baseball. He was the subject of Michael Lewis’s Moneyball.
Wesley Snipes — Superstar actor became wildly famous in the 1990s for his roles in New Jack City, Demolition Man, and White Men Can’t Jump. Later in his career, Snipes went on to star in the Blade Trilogy.