A Leader in Penndel Storage Equipment
As a leader in providing material handling and storage equipment to Penndel businesses, Greystone Equipment company focuses on selling and installing new and used storage racks, wire partitions, mezzanines, modular drawer cabinets and pallet rack systems that increase safety and efficiency.
Decades of Expertise in Penndel Material Handling Service
For more than 25 years, Greystone has been offering excellent products and unrivaled customer service to companies throughout the greater Philadelphia area.
Our expert staff can assist you in designing and laying out your warehouse, while our professional pallet rack installers can help you install a powder coating to your shelving or assist you in dismantling older/unnecessary systems. If you need cantilever racks, metal shelves or any material handling or storage equipment in Penndel, Greystone is ready to help.
Pallet Racks For Your Penndel Business
At Greystone Equipment, we pride ourselves on allowing you to keep your company running smoothly while our skilled pallet rack installation team does its job. And our material handling and storage equipment industry experience allows us to offer other valuable services, from warehouse consultants who can help expedite delivery to forklift rentals, repairs and safety training. We bring all the necessary equipment, allowing us to do the job with speed and efficiency while you run your business.
About Penndel PA
A small borough in southern Bucks County, Penndel is a suburb of Philadelphia with a bright future and a rich past. It was settled by Thomas Langhorne in the early days of Pennsylvania’s history, though it was originally inhabited by the Lenape Native Americans. After the founding of the first post office, the town was named Attleboro and was changed to South Langhorne in the early 20th century, though this change lasted for fewer than 35 years before the contemporary name of Penndel was established. While it was a farming community throughout much of its history, Penndel developed into a suburban and commercial hub due to the introduction of the Philadelphia Reading Railroad in 1876. Today, it has a thriving industrial district that is served by a number of major businesses from the surrounding area.