KK-Yas Corp. In developing the Allaso tool system, designers concentrated on carpenters' and trade crews' needs. The result is a 42-inch-tall standing tool chest measuring 18¼ inches wide and 16¼ inches deep. The exterior frame and structure are made of industrial-strength weather- and chemical-resistant plastic for durability, with large wheels that can handle rough terrain. Inside the three-door unit, adjustable compartments fit everything from a circular saw to work gloves. The unit also features an adjustable handle and easy assist-lift for lifting and loading. Built-in key locks add security. 248.663.2415. www.allasotoolsystems.com.
Stanley. The FatMax Cantilever Rolling Workshop helps users easily organize and transport tools on the jobsite. A large front latch unlocks the unit to reveal the toolbox, tray, organizer, and large bottom bin. When closed and latched, the 30-inch-tall Rolling Workshop is just 16 inches deep. The telescoping handle and heavy duty wheels allow for easy maneuverability. Lower the handle for storage. 860.225.5111. www.stanleytools.com.
Delta Consolidated. For projects that require on-site storage, try the JOBOX Piano Lid Boxes, featuring the Site-Vault security system. New models include 60- and 74-inch-wide boxes, and a 90-cubic-foot high-capacity model. To move the units, EZ-Loader skid bolsters offer convenient access from front-to-back or side-to-side with a forklift. 800.643.0084. www.deltastorage.com.
Duluth Trading Co. Three compartments in the DTPro Triple Threat Tool Bag help users manage space by accommodating hand tools on one side, larger power tools on the other, and small parts in the center slot. Made from ballistic nylon with leather trim and large zipper tabs for gloved hands, the bag's interior liner is khaki instead of black, so tools are easier to spot. Measures 18 inches wide, 16½ inches deep, and 12 inches high. 800.505.8888. www.duluthtrading.com.
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