Nueva SafeAisle presentado en ALA Midwinter 2011
Montel is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting its newly designed SafeAisle™ high-density powered mobile storage system at the upcoming American Library Association 2011 Midwinter Meeting on January 7-11 in San Diego, California. Visit Montel in Booth #1117 at the San Diego Convention Center to learn more about the SafeAisle™ powered system. Exhibit hours are Friday January 7 (5:30 pm to 7:30 pm), Saturday January 8 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm), Sunday January 9 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) and Monday January 10 (9:00 am to 2:00 pm).
For academic, public or special libraries, Montel provides a complete line of products for cantilever library shelving, mobile shelving systems, cabinets and much more. Whether you are looking for aesthetic, flexibility or optimization with your library space, Montel is committed to your specific needs.
In a continuous improvement process to provide a high-quality storage product that meets the storage workspace environment needs and expectations of its clients, SafeAisle™ was developed with the highest standards of quality for safety, security, performance and durability.
Let our exhibiting staff tell you why it’s not library shelving, it’s intelligent use of space.
Established in 1924, Montel Inc. is the pioneer of high-density mobile shelving storage system solutions in North America. Manufacturer of products for office, institutional and industrial applications, Montel’s achievements include some of the most prestigious projects in North America and around the world. Family-owned and privately held, the company serves clients through a network of Authorized Distributors throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. To learn more about Montel and/or for a no-obligation space storage analysis, contact us at 877-935-0236 or email@example.com
Fundada en 1924, Montel es una empresa de especializada en el diseño y la fabricación de sistemas de almacenamiento de alta densidad para una multitud de mercados, incluyendo bibliotecas y museos, pero también almacenes industriales, comercio minorista, educación, salud, seguridad pública, deportes y cultura vertical interior de alta densidad.