ShelfRack locations:

Warehouse: 855 Howe Rd.
Martinez, CA 94553 (by appointment only)

Office: 1201 Monument Blvd. Spc. 61, Concord, CA 94520

Hours: 8 a.m.-12, 1;30-5 p.m., M-F

Phone: 925-348-1244


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WARNING!  You may be buying unsafe equipment. Before you go any further on the Internet read this consumer safety bulletin: is located in the Northeast Bay of San Francisco Bay Area, California. We have been serving Northern California's needs since 1976.

Services include:

  • Consulting

  • Layout

  • Seismic calculations, drawing on your site plan, exit analysis, special inspection of anchoring for permit

  • Installation

  • Buy, Sell, Rent & Lease equipment

Here is a list of some items we buy, sell and rent:
  • New Warehouse Equipment
  • Material handling equipment
  • Northern California, San Francisco Bay Area
  • Rack, racking, racks, pallet, cantilever, stock, reel, tire storage, wheel, mini-rack, Mini-Rack/FastRak, Structural rack, case flow rack, drive-in pallet rack, pallet flow rack
  • Shelving, shelf, shelves, steel, rivet rack, record archive storage, industrial, wire, chrome, metro, mobile, rolling, shelf cart
  • Bins, small parts, tote, boxes, plastic
  • Cabinets
  • Cart, furniture dolly, hand truck, platform truck, casters, utility, stock picking
  • Pallet truck, pallet jack
  • Dockboard, dockplate, ramp, mobile yardramp
  • Strip doors
  • Ladder, rolling steel, safety
  • Locker
  • Partition, wire mesh/security cage
  • Wire deck
  • Scissor lift
  • Workbench, packing table
  • Consulting service, layout drawings, design, seismic engineering, pull permits, Installation/assembly, seismic calculations, conforming to OSHA, International Building Code, and local Fire Code.

Tip for streamlining your warehouse:

To save space in your warehouse or store, run your pallet racks and/or shelving in the same direction as the flow of goods or materials. Try not to have them perpendicular to each other because you wind up with dead space where they intersect. Do a layout on cross hatched paper from an office supply store (where you can make each square equal to one foot or two feet and then you will have everything to scale) and show where your doors are for receiving product and doors for shipping. Then draw a line from your receiving doors to the back of the warehouse and out to the shipping doors. This is the “line of flow” and is the line for your storage racks and shelving to follow. Of course there are exceptions for good reasons, but the closer you adhere to your line of flow the more space you will have, and the least amount of lost time.

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