A Leader in Newtown Storage Equipment
Greystone Equipment Company is a leader in providing material handling and storage equipment to Newtown businesses. We sell and install new and used pallet racks, wire partitions, mezzanines, modular drawer cabinets and pallet rack systems.
Decades of Expertise in Material Handling
Since 1996, we’ve been offering excellent material handling equipment and excellent customer service to companies throughout the southeastern Pennsylvania area.
Decades of experience in the industry allow us to identify the means to production efficiency in your warehouse via our line of material handling equipment. Our expert staff can assist you in designing and laying out your space, while our professional pallet rack installers can help you apply 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/storage equipment in Newtown, Greystone Equipment Co. is ready to help.
Pallet Rack Installation
We pride ourselves in helping to keep your company running smoothly while our skilled pallet rack installation team does its job. Our material handling and storage equipment industry experience allow us to offer additional valuable services, from warehouse consultants who can help expedite delivery to forklift rentals, repairs, and safety training. Our team offers unique insights into the installation process as well as the necessary equipment, allowing us to do the job with speed and efficiency while you run your business.
About Newtown, PA
A small borough in Bucks County PA, Newtown is located just north of downtown Philadelphia and west of Trenton, NJ. It is one of the oldest suburban settlements in the state, having been founded by William Penn in 1683. It is a historically significant area which once served as the headquarters for George Washington in 1776. The entire business district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969, which is largely due to the historic clock tower. The town was established as the seat of Bucks County, but later yielded that title to Doylestown in 1813.