Louisiana – New Warehouse Racking



Most common items sold in the Pelican state of Louisiana over the past 27 years:

  • New Cantilever Racks
  • New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
  • New Metal Industrial Shelving
  • Used Cantilever Racking
  • Used Conveyors
  • Used Industrial Shelving
  • Used Material Handling Equipment

Top Buying Cities:

  • Shreveport, La

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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 Pelican State.

  • New Orleans – 343,829
  • Baton Rouge –  229,493<
  • Shreveport – 199,311
  • Metairie Terrace – 142,489
  • Metairie – 138,481
  • Lafayette – 120,623
  • Lake Charles – 71,993
  • Kenner – 66,702
  • Bossier City – 61,315
  • Monroe  – 48,815

Crawfish, Parishes, and Jazz — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Louisiana.

Crawfish: Also known as crayfish, crawfish, freshwater lobsters or mudbugs, 95% of these crustaceans come from Louisiana. In 2007, nearly 55 thousand tons were caught in the Louisiana Waters. Immortalized by Forrest Gump, the crawfish industry is a huge part of Louisiana culture.

Parishes: In 48 states, we have counties. But that’s not the case for Louisiana, who divided their governing bodies up into Parishes. Louisiana is divided up into 64 Parishes as a way to connect to it’s French and Spanish roots.

Jazz: Not referring to the basketball team that once played in New Orleans, but the music genre itself was born there. Also known as Dixieland music, the genre was defined by Louis Armstrong and cultivated by the like of Steamboat Willie, Eddie Condon, Al Hirt, Dr. John, and more hail from the state.


Peyton Manning – It’s probably easier to list the QB records Peyton Manning doesn’t have than to list the ones he does. Manning is arguably the most prolific, talented and smart player to the play the most important position in all of American sports.

Johnny Cochran — Cochran is wildly famous for his litigation skills in the most famous American court case in history defending OJ Simpson. Cochran was born in Shreveport, and his glove defense was instrumental in the criminal acquittal of Simpson in 1994.

Truman Capote — In Cold Blood told the tale of the murders of the Herbert Clutter family in Kansas. Capote traveled to Kansas to write about the crime with Harper Lee and produced the book after the killers were executed. Capote was immortalized in film by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and the book is the second highest selling true crime book in history.

Ellen DeGeneres — Groundbreaking comedian and television show host, Ellen has made her way into people’s living rooms daily with a highly successful program bearing her moniker. With charitable donations and excellent content, Ellen is one of the most popular entertainers of the new millennium.

Louis Armstrong –– Also known as Satchmo, Armstrong was a Jazz pioneer, playing the trumpet, composing, and singing. His career spanned four decades and has a distinct, raspy voice that will live on for centuries.