Minnesota – Material Handling Equipment
Most common items sold in the gopher state of Minnesota over the past 27 years:
- New Pallet Racks
- New Power Conveyor
- New Wire Mesh Decking
- Selective Pallet Racking
- Used Cantilever Racking
- Used Conveyors
- Used Industrial Shelving
- Used Material Handling Equipment
Top Buying Cities:
- Minneapolis, Mn
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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 North Star State.
- Minneapolis – 382,578
- St. Paul – 285,068
- Rochester – 106,769
- Duluth – 86,893
- Bloomington – 82,893
- Brooklyn Park – 75,781
- Plymouth – 70,576
- St. Cloud – 65,784
- Eagan – 64,206
- West Coon Rapids – 62,528
Lakes, Mall of America, and Shorelines — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Minnesota.
Lakes: The “Land of 10,000 Lakes” is a very real nickname associated with Minnesota. In fact, there are 11,842 lakes that are larger than ten acres. Nearly all of Minnesota’s counties have lakes contained in them. In fact, the Los Angeles Lakers nickname derives from its roots in Minneapolis, where the franchise was founded in 1948.
Mall of America: The country’s largest mall is absurdly large. Opened in 1992, the mall receives 40 million visitors per year from all across the world. 11 thousand workers punch the clock at the mall each year, and it spans 78 football fields over 9.5 million square feet.
Shorelines: A quick trivia question for you: What would you guess the state with the largest shoreline is? Is it California, with it’s enormous border with the Pacific Ocean? Is it Hawaii, with all its islands? Alaska? With all its lakes and borders to the St. Lawrence Seaway and Lake Superior, Minnesota actually has the most shoreline of any state.
Prince – The man, the myth, the symbol, Prince lives on Lake Minnetonka and is the most famous person associated with Minnesota. Purple Rain from 1984 is one of the most influential albums of the decade, giving the world a new pop sound paired up with incredible lyrics. His style is unmatched.
Bob Dylan — Born in Duluth as Robert Zimmerman, Dylan is one of the most decorated performers in Rock and Roll history. His music from the 60s chronicled what life was like at the time, evoking the emotions associated with an evolving society. Rolling Stonelisted “Like a Rolling Stone” as the most influential song of all time.
John Madden — Prolific football coach, broadcaster and video game namesake, Madden ended his career with the Oakland Raiders after becoming the youngest coach to reach 100 victories. He is also second in league history in terms of winning percentage. Until 2008 Madden headlined Fox’s broadcasting team with Pat Summerall, and leant his name to Madden Football, one of the best-selling video game franchises in history.
Judy Garland — Actress who achieved monumental fame with her starring role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Garland was named by the American Film Institute as the eighth greatest actress of all time. “Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz, is still regarded as the greatest movie song of all time.
Vince Vaughn — Funnyman hit the big time in 1996’s Swingers, and achieved huge Hollywood success with films such as Wedding Crashers, Old School, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, and The Internship.