New Raxxess® Series Multi-Pack and Rack Lite make ordering racks and accessories easy and simplify the inventory and storage process
Minneapolis, MN. USA (AUG 2011) - www.chiefmfg.com - Chief, an industry leader in professional AV solutions, is excited to introduce two new ordering options for its Raxxess® Series products – Raxxess Multi-Pack and Rack Lite.
These new options provide efficient methods for stocking inventory and keeping warehouses organized.
Raxxess Series Multi-Packs
Raxxess Multi-Packs combine Chief’s most common rack accessories into custom-designed packs, providing convenient access and merchandising.
The packaging for Raxxess Multi-Packs has been thoughtfully designed for maximum convenience. A custom, perforated box design provides easy access to panels and shelves, even when multiple boxes are stacked on top of each other. In addition, panels are packaged in individual plastic sleeves for protection and ease-of-use, and shelves are double-packed in retail and multi-pack boxes to simplify inventory and merchandising.
Raxxess Series Rack Lite
Rack Lite provides the ability to keep inventory down and product availability up by stocking racks and rack rails separately. With this new option, customers can individually order racks and rack rails, creating an easy way to stock a wide range of sizes. Simply choose the right rack and the right rack rail for a job.
Rack Lite rails are available in 1U to 45U spaces and can be cut down to fulfill orders for rack rails that may not be in stock.
Adding to the convenience, with Rack Lite’s individually packaged racks and rack rails, the amount of storage space needed to house these products is greatly reduced.
"Raxxess Multi-Packs and Rack Lite were developed to make life easier for installers, dealers, distributors and companies that order a large number of rack products," said Carl Breczinski, Product Manager for Chief’s Raxxess Series. "These new options offer flexibility when ordering racks and rack accessories, and provide a convenient way to organize and store product inventory more effectively."