Denstor Mobile Storage Systems was founded in 1971 with a unique carriage and track design for handling office and industrial shelving products. Manufacturing from their facility in Farmington Hills, MI, Denstor introduced the original “V” Groove “compliant” aluminum track and carriage system in 1971. The first systems were designed to work as manual lateral Bi-Stor*/Tri-Stor* applications and single aisle compacting storage systems. Each carriage was specifically manufactured to fit the specific footprint of the shelving or storage medium used.
In 1975 Denstor introduced Series 300 Mechanical Assist for compacting storage applications up to 10’. Product advances between 1975-1986 included new manual and mechanical assist designs for retail, archive, industrial and media storage applications. During this period, several unique track and carriage designs were created for handling specific high-density applications under the Denstor product line. In 1987, new product designs and systems were introduced for the Restaurant and Health-Care storage environments requiring NSF certification and a new Modular Deck Mobile System for Office Filing.
Denstor provides product specific shelving and accessories to accompany their mobile applications that are distributed through Office, Material Handling, Health Care and Retail business channels. The company business expanded through these channels and additional OEM marketing relationships until Denstor was acquired by Pipp Mobile Storage Systems, Inc. of Walker, MI in 2007.
Denstor, a division of Pipp Mobile Storage Systems, Inc., continues to market their original products along with the increased depth and capacity of Pipp’s technologies. Pipp and Denstor provide a diversified series of mobile storage and shelving solutions that meet and exceed storage requirements in all types of business environments.