Maximize Storage of Magazines, Journals and Other Publications in Your Library’s Periodicals Collection with Haldeman-Homme, Inc. Safe, High-Density Storage Systems
The periodicals collection of your library are an invaluable resource. With Haldeman-Homme, Inc. industry-leading storage and shelving solutions, you can ensure that your periodicals as well as your books are shelved smartly, efficiently and accessibly in order to make optimal use of them and incite easy consultation.
A global leader in both mobile and stationary storage solutions, including movable carriages, fixed shelving, cabinets and more, Haldeman-Homme, Inc. offers products that provide convenient, high-density shelving of magazines, journals and other periodicals of all kinds.
Thanks to our top of the line products, Haldeman-Homme, Inc. has a storage solution for all types of periodicals to meet your educational institution’s specific needs. At the same time, our systems are more dynamic than conventional shelving, giving you the freedom to expand and reconfigure as your collections grow.
No matter how big or small your library, or what kind of periodicals you need to shelve, Montel’s expertly designed systems will cover your needs from A to Z. It can shelf securely unique periodicals, offer pre-authorised personnel tools to allow restrictive access if needed. Haldeman-Homme, Inc. adapts to your very niche periodical storage needs.
Haldeman-Homme, Inc. is very familiar with libraries’s needs worldwide and aims at optimising the space and efficiently storing the documentation to ensure a dynamic, intelligent use of your space. The result? You can create a more comprehensive resource library by centralizing all materials and house all the stacks needed to store your periodicals collection, while also ensuring user safety. That’s why our solutions are the reference when it comes to libraries.
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