American Warehouse Systems
One Project - One Vendor™

November 2010

Just A Short Post To Say...

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Thank you for your support.  I sincerely appreciate all of our readers and your efforts to make this blog a success!  Enjoy your long weekend and I'll be back next week. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 24th, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog

American Warehouse Systems; Celebrating Success

This week, American Warehouse Systems turned seven.  In that short time we have literally gone from two guys and a phone housed in a storage room to one of the largest material handling suppliers to the US Federal Government.  Last year we were overjoyed to be in the top ten MN small businesses to earn Federal Contracts and to be the top grossing material handling vendor on Federal Supply Schedule contract. American Warehouse Systems is now a well known, seasoned and reliable material handling systems integrator.  We have successfully implemented projects from a few hundred dollars to millions of dollars.  Our project locations range from right down the road to the other side of the world.  Our systems can be seen in places such as ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 19th, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog,Material Handling

You Cannot

You Cannot! from RightChange on Vimeo. Maybe a week or two behind for maximum impact but I really like this video published by RightChange.  Take the time to view it. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 11th, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog,Political

Happy 32nd Anniversary Toyota-Lift of Minnesota!

A great big thank you to Kyle Thill for guest blogging for me this week!  It is the 32nd anniversary of Toyota-Lift of MN dba American Warehouse Systems so it seems very fitting we hear about it from someone who's been here for most of it (I and the rest of AWS are almost at 7 years). Thirty-two years ago this month Toyota-Lift of Minnesota [TLM] was started out of a garage by our previous ownership. While none of us working here today were among the original cast, several of us get pretty close. I mention that because we cannot be certain of the original date other than the month, those of us with 25 or more years of experience are too old to remember ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 3rd, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog