Nebraska – Used Warehouse Equipment



Most common items sold in the cornhusker state of Nebraska over the past 27 years:

  • New Pallet Rack Beams
  • New Pallet Rack Uprights
  • New Pallet Racks
  • New Power Conveyor
  • Used Material Handling Equipment
  • Used Pallet Rack Beams
  • Used Pallet Rack Uprights
  • Used Pallet Racking
  • Used Warehouse Equipment

Top Buying Cities:

  • Lincoln, Ne
  • Omaha, Ne
  • Grand Island, Ne
  • Kearney, Ne
  • Norfolk, Ne
  • Columbus, Ne

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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 Cornhusker State.

  • Omaha – 446,599
  • Lincoln  –  272,996
  • Bellevue – 53,936
  • Grand Island – 51,236
  • Kearney – 32,469
  • Fremont – 26,500
  • Hastings – 24,915
  • North Platte – 24,327
  • Norfolk – 24,444
  • Columbus – 22,630

Kool-Aid, Chimney Rock, and the College World Series — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Nebraska..

Kool-Aid: In 1927, Ed Perkins created a liquid concentrate in his mother’s Hastings, Nebraska kitchen called Fruit Smack. As a way to reduce shipping costs, Perkins devised a scheme to remove the liquid from Fruit Smack that left only a powder. That powder? A just-add-water drink mixture called Kool-Aid.

Chimney Rock: The most famous feature along many western expansion trails, Chimney Rock stands 300 feet in the North Platte River Valley. The pillar, consisting of Brule clay, volcanic ash and sandstone, was designated a National Historic Site in 1956.

College World Series: The NCAA Division I Baseball Championship has taken place in Omaha each June since 1950. For 60 years, the tournament finals were held at historic Rosenblatt Stadium. In 2011, the modern TD Ameritrade Park Omaha was constructed to hold the thousands of baseball fans from across the country.

Warren Buffett – A man with many titles, Buffett was born in Omaha in 1930. He attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and became the chairman of Berkshire Hathaway in 1962. 53 years later, the “Wizard of Omaha” parlayed his success into immense wealth, ranking in 2015 as the 3rd wealthiest person in the world. He still lives in a stucco house in the middle of Omaha.

Fred Astaire — Nebraska is an uncommon state to breed such incredibly famous people, and certainly Astaire belongs in this group. Known as the most famous dancer in film history, Astaire was born in Omaha and developed the skills that led to 76 years of legendary performances in show business.

Malcolm X — American Muslim minister and human rights activist who was born in Omaha, Malcolm X grew disillusioned with Nation of Islam under Elijah Muhammad. In 1964, he refused to be associated with the Nation of Islam, disavowed racism and founded the Muslim Mosque, Inc. before 3 members of the Nation of Islam assassinated him in 1965. His autobiography is considered one of the most the most influential non-fiction books in American History.

Marlon Brando — Also born in Omaha, Brando is arguably the most famous actor ever. Before his death in 2004, Brando starred in iconic roles in films such as The Godfather, On The Waterfront,and Apocalypse Now. Brando won two Oscars for his efforts.

Henry Fonda — Like Brando, Fonda is another acting titan from Nebraska. Fonda played Tom Joad in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, and parlayed that role into key roles in films such as12 Angry Men, Mister Roberts, and The Ox-Bow Incident. His daughter is Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda.