Speedrack Products Group, Ltd. is a company that is – and always has been – revolutionary.
Revolutionary in thinking, and revolutionary in products and services. Speedrack has been at the forefront of the storage products industry for over 65 years and is one of the leading suppliers of pallet racking and storage systems.
Speedrack is committed to providing material handling systems and equipment that maximize our customers’ use of space and contribute to effective warehouse logistics solutions.
Speedrack’s approach to business emphasizes lasting partnerships with a select group of customers and distributors.
We focus on long term relationships with customers and distributors. We market exclusively through a selective and limited group of distributors. To find your distribution partner, contact our regional sales offices.
Innovation is built into our DNA.
In 1971, Speedrack created the first totally tubular rack design, which provides greater strength per pound of steel and higher resistance to damage than conventional open shape sections.
In 2012, Speedrack introduced Innovative Hybrid Shelving and Light Duty Cantilever storage solutions, the first storage solution optimized for e-commerce storage and distribution.
Speedrack was the first to develop and distribute many more racking innovations. Click below to learn more.
Speedrack began pioneering modern storage systems in 1954, when it launched by developing vertical storage racks for manufacturers in Skokie, IL.
In 1971, Speedrack created the first of its many storage system innovations: totally tubular rack design, which provides greater strength per pound of steel and higher resistance to damage than conventional open shape sections.
Speedrack established its current headquarters in Sparta, MI in 1989. It has since developed two manufacturing facilities in Michigan. Its primary facility for manufacturing new products opened in 2003 in Quincy, MI, while a second satellite manufacturing facility in Litchfield, MI opened in 2017. In 2020, a major expansion to the Quincy facility broke ground. Speedrack employs more than 300 people across the three facilities.