Maryland – Used Mezzanines



Most common items sold in the Old Line state of Maryland over the past 27 years:

  • New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
  • New Metal Industrial Shelving
  • New Pallet Rack Uprights
  • New Pallet Racks
  • New Power Conveyor
  • Selective Pallet Racking
  • Used Cantilever Racking
  • Used Industrial Shelving
  • Used Material Handling Equipment
  • Used Pallet Rack Beams
  • Used Pallet Racking
  • Used Warehouse Equipment
  • Used Wire Mesh Decking

Top Buying Cities:

  • Bradywine, Md

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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 Old State Line.

Largest Cities

  • Baltimore – 620,961
  • Columbia – 99,615
  • Germantown – 86,395
  • Silver Spring – 71,452
  • Waldorf – 67,752
  • Glen Burnie – 67,639
  • Ellicott City – 65,834
  • Frederick – 65,239
  • Dundalk – 63,597
  • Rockville – 61,209

Crab Cakes, The Mason-Dixon Line, and the U.S. Naval Academy — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Maryland.

Crab Cakes: A favorite food of Maryland, crab cakes combine a seaside staple with fixings to produce can’t miss cuisine. The crabbing industry thrives in the Chesapeake Bay, and to make the dish complete pair it with French fries and coleslaw.

Mason-Dixon Line: Surveyed as a result of a land dispute between Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, the Mason-Dixon line creates the border between parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia. The line symbolizes the cultural boundary between the north and south and was the demarcation line for slavery after Pennsylvania outlawed it

U.S. Naval Academy: Located in Annapolis, the United States Naval Academy was founded in 1845 by George Bancroft and has seen thousands of midshipmen and women finish the program and achieve great things for our country.


Famous People

Michael Phelps – The most decorated Olympian of all-time hails from Baltimore and was raised in Towson before attending the University of Michigan. He reached unparalleled success at the 2004, 2008, and 2012 Summer Olympics, racking up 22 Medals along the way.

David Hasselhoff  — Actor from Baltimore achieved incredible heights in roles on Baywatch and Knight Rider before landing a gig judging America’s Got Talent.

Kevin Durant — Durant was born in Washington D.C. and attended Montrose Academy in Maryland. He honed his skills at the University of Texas before being drafted by the Oklahoma City Thunder, where he’s lead the NBA in scoring four times and amassed multiple All-Star selections.

Harriet Tubman — Tubman was a civil rights activist and pioneer for African-American culture. Tubman was born into slavery in 1822 and helped rescue countless slaves on the Underground Railroad. After the Civil War, she became one of the first advocates of women’s suffrage, as well.

John Wilkes Booth — Booth was an unsuccessful actor who will forever live in infamy for assassinating Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre. Booth grew angry over the Union’s victory in the Civil War and plotted the assassination the day before.