BITO Launches New Interactive Online Catalogue.

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BITO has launched a new online BITO Direct catalogue to coincide with the two special anniversaries: 175-years for the BITO Group and 20 years for the Nuneaton-based UK subsidiary.

The interactive online page-turn catalogue features a broad range of handling, storage and order picking solutions across 164 pages. These include the most popular products manufactured by BITO – the majority of which are held in stock in Nuneaton. Customers can easily flick through the pages to browse products and, when hovering over a product image, a highlighted link will take them to the product located in BITO’s online web store (shop.bito.com) for further details and the opportunity to place an order for delivery.

Recent introductions in the BITO Direct catalogue include storage and picking bays formed from galvanised shelving, with various combinations of XL and RK containers for bulk and small parts to suit the different purposes a company may have; translucent MB containers with coloured attached lids to help organise stock; quick-to-assemble galvanised perforated shelving bays for sprinklers and cold stores; lockable cupboards designed to take SK or RK containers; and the company’s low-cost, light-duty carton live flow racking, which is designed for euro containers, but can accommodate other sizes, and is delivered for self assembly.

In addition, the catalogue includes new ranges of non-BITO products that are complementary to the company’s in-house storage and handling solutions. These include: pull out storage units for pallet racking, standalone pull-out storage units and a modular work platform system. The catalogue also features BITO’s extensive design capabilities.

The BITO Direct Catalogue, which also features BITO’s design capabilities, is online now HERE. All products are also available in the BITO online shop at shop.bito.com.

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