Georgia – Used Pallet Racks



Most common items sold in the peach state of Georgia over the past 27 years:

  • New Cantilever Racks
  • New Metal Industrial Shelving
  • New Pallet Racks
  • New Power Conveyor
  • New Wire Mesh Decking
  • Selective Pallet Racking
  • Used Cantilever Racking
  • Used Industrial Shelving
  • Used Pallet Racking
  • Used Warehouse Equipment
  • Used Warehouse Shelving
  • Used Wire Mesh Decking

Top Buying Cities:

  • Atlanta, Ga

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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 Peach State.

  • Atlanta – 420,000
  • Columbus – 189,885
  • Savannah – 136,286
  • Athens – 116,714
  • Sandy Springs – 93,853
  • Macon – 91,351
  • Roswell – 88,346
  • Albany – 77,434
  • Johns Creek – 76,728
  • Warner Robins – 66,588

CDC, Aquariums, and Peanuts — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Georgia.

CDC: The country’s foremost authority on diseases, the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)  is next to the campus of Emory University and houses many of the world’s diseases, current and eradicated in its facility. The main building is rumored to have many underground floors, so in the event of a catastrophe the traces of the diseases, such as the plague, are stuck underground.

Aquarium: The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is one of the more spectacular tourist attractions in the South, housing marine species of all different kinds between its glass walls. It holds 10 million gallons of water and is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere, and houses whale sharks, beluga whales, dolphins and manta rays.

Peanuts: In 2015, nearly 50% of the country’s peanut products came from Georgia. Easily grown in southern states, Peanuts are a big part of Georgia’s rural culture. You might find some on being served hot on the side of the road.

Jimmy Carter – The 39th President of the United States, Carter was raised in Plains, Georgia where he became a peanut farmer. Carter’s first duty as President was to pardon all Vietnam-evaders, and he oversaw the country during the Iran Hostage Crisis, among other events.

Kanye West — Born in Atlanta, West has staked his claim as one of the most influential artists of the 21st century. West has released six critically acclaimed albums, and has another slated for early 2016.

Julia Roberts — A superstar actress, Roberts burst onto the scene in Pretty Woman, where she grossed nearly $500 million worldwide. She later went on to win an Academy Award for her role in Erin Brockovich. Roberts was also the highest paid actress in the world into the mid-2000s.

Ray Charles — “The Genius” is an appropriate nickname for Charles. Born blind in Albany, Ray pioneered soul music in the 1950s, and recorded hits such as “Mess Around” and “What’d I Say”. His life was made into the award-winning movie Ray in 2004 starring Jamie Foxx.

Jackie Robinson — A true athletic pioneer, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play professional sports, getting called up to the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. Robinson’s number 42 is still retired across all of baseball, and his contribution to sports is unprecedented.