The Vidir® Tire Carousel offered by Midwest Storage Solutions, Inc. is the ultimate tire-storage solution for Nebraska Auto Dealers and Iowa Auto Dealers. It is the perfect product for organizing, storing, displaying, and accessing tires efficiently and ergonomically. The Tire Carousel is a semi-automated Vertical Carousel that consists of tire carriers that rotate up and down to deliver tires to the operator at an ergonomic height eliminating the need for ladders, forklifts, etc. More importantly, the tires are brought to a level at which it is safe for staff to off-load and stock the carriers; reducing the potential of worker compensation claims.
Vidir’s list of satisfied customers within the Midwest Auto-Dealer Association include those that specialize in some of the following vehicle sales: Mercedes Benz, Ford, BMW, Jaguar, and Range Rover just to name a few.
The VIDIR Motorized Tire Carousel is the perfect solution for merchandising or storing tires for cars, trucks, buses, RVs, aircraft and military vehicles. The machine’s small footprint maximizes your floor space and reclaims the wasted vertical space in your facility. Our Tire Carousel efficiently manages your inventory by easily handling often cumbersome tires making display, inventory and rotation a snap.
Heavy duty models for larger diameter tires • Custom carousel colors available • Optional full enclosure to secure your inventory • Helps reduce work and lifting related injuries • Factory installed by our own technicians
Increases Storage Space:
The motorized Tire Carousel can safely store a large number of tires of various sizes, greatly increasing onsite tire storage capacity. This tire storage system fully utilizes overhead space to recover up to 70% of the floor space required by more traditional storage systems.
Increase Safety and ergonomics:
Implementation of the product to person principle eliminates wasteful and harmful steps for stocking and retrieving tires. The Tire Carousel delivers tires directly to the operator eliminating the need for otherwise hazardous retrieval techniques such as ladders and forklifts. Additional benefits are realized from ergonomic access points resulting in a reduction in employee back strain and a reduced physical requirement to handle heavy and bulky tires.