It would behoove me to be able to store all of my pieces and parts at the stainless steel fab shop that does work for me now. My associate in England has sent me all the rest of his inventory and has officially declared himself to be retired.
He is currently on a Cruise Ship going from the UK, thru the Panama Canal, to San Fransisco where he will spend the night, and maybe go out to dinner with my son who now lives in Santa Cruz, south of the Bay,
Then John is off to down under for a month or more in Australia, then on a boat around the Horn of Africa arriving back in the UK Mid March. He lives north of Manchester, in the Calder Valley, near to Heathcliff and other characters from the Bronte sister's novels.
But it gets dark there at 3:00pm in the winter ad the sun does not come up until 9:00 or so. So John and Mary now just leave their cute little 500 year old Manor for the dark times. They are both in their 80s. He owned and ran a hatchery before going into the machinery buiding side of it, and Mary was a school teacher. They have been close friends now for more than 30 years. I was a protégé of John's, and fortunate to be so blessed.
He also taught me how to find the good French wines I gravitate to, and how to determine ahead of time what I will and will not like.
But enough said......I need some sturdy locker/shelves to hold fabricated metal parts, pneumatic cylinders, various nuts and bolts in divided plastic tackle like boxes, etc.
Does anyone have such critters available ?????
Metal shelves will work, but I wil have to come up with all kinds of containers.
So what is out there,,,,,,