Interlake Pallet Rack

A Leader in New Castle County Storage Equipment

Greystone Equipment Company is a leader in providing material handling and storage equipment to New Castle County businesses. They sell and install new and used pallet racks, wire partitions, mezzaninesmodular drawer cabinets and pallet rack systems.

Decades of Expertise in Material Handling in New Castle County

For more than 25 years, 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 allows us to identify the means to production efficiency in your warehouse setting through our line of material handling equipment in New Castle County. 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 New Castle County, Greystone Equipment Co. is ready to help.

Pallet Rack Installation in New Castle County

We pride ourselves on allowing you to keep your company running smoothly while our skilled pallet rack installation team does its job. 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. 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 New Castle County DE

The north-most county in Delaware, New Castle is also the most populous county in the state, with an estimated population of 556,779 as of 2015. Named after the British city of Newcastle, this county was established by a collection of European settlers in what is now Wilmington. The land was owned by the Lenape Native Americans, though the land was later claimed by both the Swedes and the Dutch, who contended that they had each purchased the land separately. The land was later purchased by the English and was parceled out by William Penn. The median household income within New Castle, as per the 2010 census, was estimated to be $62,474.