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Mike Mudd (Regional Sales Manager + Used Equipment)

Michael J. Mudd..."since 1965"
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Run a Nursery? Use Our Nursery Racks

Nursery owners know that they can't just keep plants any old way.  You need to have special racks that keep the plants safe and sound.  That's why Tier-Rack has created our Nursery Racks, to keep these plants safe for you.  Run a nursery?  Use our nursery racks!
The strong shelving helps keep the delicate plants from being crushed by the plants above them, and allow the plant containers to be stacked 4 or 5 high, helping you maintain your space.  They can also be used to transport the plants and keep them safe during shipping.  The design keeps the plants cool and lets air circulate around them, as well as alow them to get sun if necessary.
We also offer Seedling racks that can be used to keep seedlings safe and secure.  These are designed with three removable seedling shelves to allow them to be easily stored out-of-season.  As the seedlings are loaded to the racks, the nursery shelves can be quickly and efficiently placed as the previous shelf is filled.  They are also moveable by truck or forklift.
Let us show you how our years of experience manufacturing metal shelving racks can provide you with quality nursery rack 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 racks or 10 racks, Tier-Rack is your best choice for stacking seedling racks.

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Monday, 20 May 2019