In the middle of winter, nobody is thinking about agriculture. You know you need to have those tires available, but nobody's buying until the spring. Well, now's the time to get ready for the rush, it will be spring before you know it and people will be buying agricultural tires soon.
Agricultural equipment requires very special types of tires. Whether a combine, a harvester or any other type of agricultural equipment, these are hard-working tires that can't afford to get stuck in the mud or blow out, and can ruin a whole season if they fail at the wrong time. How can these tires be stored effectively so that customers know that they will be safe when coming to your farm supply store to purchase tires? Use a Tier-Rack Agricultural Tire Rack. These tire racks are designed, built, and sold by Tier-Rack Corp, the leader and innovator of the Stackable Rack. These stacking racks allow your agricultural tires to be stacked effectively and accessed safely by your staff and employees, enabling your company to become the reliable face that farmers and engineers count on to keep their equipment working and keep the crops moving in.
Tier-Rack Corp of St. Louis, MO has been providing custom designed and manufactured tire racks since 1955. Tier-Rack has created hundreds of customized racks for every shape and size of tire, using wire mesh and perforated decking to support the tires while keeping them from warping during long periods of non-use. Let us show you how our years of manufacturing experience can provide you with quality earthmoving machine tire racks at a very affordable price. We buy steel tubing directly from the tube mills in truckload quantities. Then our talented and efficient teams in our low overhead production facilities transform the steel tubing into high quality portable racks that have been designed to meet your needs.
Give us a chance to prove to you that nobody does it better than Tier-Rack! Whether you need 100,000 tire racks or 10 tire racks, Tier-Rack is your best choice. Visit www.tier-rack.com today!