DAK Equipment & Engineering of Elmhurst, Ill., has time and time again gone the extra mile to let creative solutions save their warehouse clients money and time.
An example of this creativity was when a downtown Chicago building required help on the 40th floor. The customer needed archive and record storage but with a 20-foot clearance height. But with no freight elevator to use, the DAK team had to come up with a way to bring 20-foot-hight welded frames to the top floor. So DAK’s team worked at night, brining them up 500 feet to the roof then welded everything back together and delivered through a window!
But DAK understands that it’s not just creativity, its selection and inventory of racking systems. SO when new technology or products are released, DAK quickly adds that to its line of offerings.
“We have completed projects in all industries and in 44 states. Distribution centers, warehouses, pallet rack, carton flow, pick modules, conveyer – you name it, we can do it,” says owner Dave Kenealy.
Kenealy says DAK focuses on “listening closely to customers’ expectations and using every resource we can to meet them.”