A.W.T. World Trade Group Acquires Saturn Rack

Date: 22 February 2012
Source: http://www.packageprinting.com
CHICAGO—Jan. 2012—The Saturn Rack Company, formerly Atlas Rack, has been acquired by A.W.

T. World Trade GroupOpens in a new window as of January 17, 2012.

The acquisition of Saturn Racks creates one of the world’s largest and most diversified providers of industrial racks and drying applications in the storage and drying rack industry. The acquisition of the 40-year-old company brings together the industry’s best storage rack products. With these two companies joining forces consumers can look forward to expanded production plus the excellent customer service and speedy delivery they have come to expect from the A.W.T. World Trade Group.

“A.W.T.’s enhanced product line is another example of our continuing response to customer needs and meeting our goal of being a single source for drying and storage rack application buyers,” said Michael Green , president of the A.W.T. World Trade Group. “A.W.T. offers 40-years of engineering experience with a complete line of graphic and textile screen printers, associated equipment, replacement parts, supplies and even training.” Jay Dement , from Saturn Rack, says he is “thrilled about the acquisition and can’t wait to help grow the group together!”

These drying and storage rack applications are available for use in a myriad of capacities. The heavy duty industrial models are the perfect choice for industrial drying applications and are available in heat-resistant models for high temperature applications. The mid-range port-o-racks work wonderfully in commercial shops and are great for institutional use, with their combination of economy and mobility. Where space is limited, A.W.T.’s line of specialty racks furnishes the solution for drying and storage.

A.W.T. World Trade Inc.’s expansion of their drying and storage rack product lines only complement their commitment to creating a superior one-stop-shopping experience with enhanced lead times.

A.W.T. World Trade Inc. (www.awt-gpi.comOpens in a new window) has corporate headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Chicago, IL—with worldwide sales, service and shipping.  Other divisions include Graphic Parts International Inc. (www.gpiparts.comOpens in a new window), the complete manufacturing source for screen printing equipment, supplies and vacuum tables.

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