Missouri – Used Teardrop Pallet Racks



Missouri Area

Most common items sold in the show me state of Missouri over the past 27 years:

  • New Cantilever Racks
  • New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
  • New Metal Industrial Shelving
  • New Pallet Rack Beams
  • New Pallet Rack Uprights
  • 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
  • Used Pallet Rack Beams
  • Used Pallet Rack Uprights
  • Used Pallet Racking
  • Used Warehouse Equipment
  • Used Warehouse Shelving
  • Used Wire Mesh Decking

Top Buying Cities:

  • Kansas City, Mo
  • St. Louis, Mo
  • Springfield, Mo
  • Columbia, Mo
  • St. Joseph, Mo

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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 Show Me State.

Largest Cities

  • Kansas City – 459,787
  • St. Louis – 319,294
  • Springfield – 159,498
  • Independence – 116,830
  • East Independence – 110,675
  • Columbia – 108,500
  • Lee’s Summit – 91,364
  • O’Fallon – 79,329
  • St. Joseph – 76,780
  • St. Charles – 65,794


Borders, beer and an arch — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Missouri.

Boulevard Brewing Company: When looking for a taste (or, better yet, a sip) of Missouri, look no further than Kansas City’s historic Southwest Boulevard for Boulevard Brewing Company, the Midwest’s largest specialty brewer. Founded in 1989, the award-winning brewery has been brewing fantastic craft beers since before it was fashionable. In 2006, Boulevard expanded it’s capacity from the original plan of 6,000 barrels per year to 600,000. Take a tour when you’re in town.

Baseball: Many people across the country think of teams like the Yankees, Red Sox and Dodgers when they think baseball. But for a peek at modern day excellence, you might want to head to Missouri. The St. Louis Cardinals have reached the World Series four times since 2000, winning two World Series. On the other side of the state, the Kansas City Royals awoke from a three-decade slumber to win the 2015 World Series after winning the American league pennant in 2014.

Jazz Music: A little known fact about Missouri is they stake claim to important roots of Jazz Music.  “While New Orleans was the birthplace of jazz, America’s music grew up in Kansas City,” says Experience Kansas City. And it’s very true. Legends of the genre like Charlie Parker and Count Basie left their mark on Kansas City, creating an enduring footprint for jazz and Rhythm and Blues.


Famous People

Mark TwainThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer author has been called the most famous American of the late 19th Century. Born Samuel Clemens in Florida Missouri, Tom Sawyer is regarded as the “Greatest American Novel” by many.

Yogi Berra — There must be something in the water that makes Missourians quotable. The former Yankee catcher was a stud on the field, earning 15 All-Star nods and 14 World Series appearances over the course of his career. But he’s most famous for a laundry list of whimsical sayings, including “it ain’t over till it’s over.”

Harry S. Truman — The 33rd President of the United States, Truman was democrat out of Independence, and was president when Nazi Germany surrendered in 1945. He served as Commander In Chief for eight years, overseeing the de-escalation of WWII.

George Washington Carver — Prominent African-American scientist and inventor who was born into slavery and devised many uses for crop, most notably the peanut, for plastics, dyes and gasoline.

Chuck Berry — Singer and influential rock n’ roll musician penned songs “Johnny B. Goode” and “You Never Can Tell” was born in St. Louis, and is listed fifth on Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest artists of all time list.