Outwater Appointed as U.S. Distrib. of Vanguard Plastics

Outwater [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC] has been appointed as the U.S. Distributor of Canadian based Closet products manufacturer Vanguard Plastics.

Recognized for their ability to provide simple and cost-effective storage solutions for any quarters in which order and efficiency are beneficial, Vanguard Plastics offers an extensive selection of storage and organization component products for use in a wide range of specific residential and commercial applications.

As a full stocking distributor of Vanguard Plastics’ products, Outwater affords U.S. customers reduced lead times and shipping costs, as well as a complete sales and customer support staff with U.S. sales and distribution facilities in New Jersey and Arizona.

Engineered to be superior to their seemingly comparable metal counterparts in every respect, Vanguard Plastics’ shelf support systems are considerably stronger yet lighter than metal shelf support systems on the premise of their implemented advanced geometric design, enabling a single pair of Vanguard Plastics’ shelf supports to hold over 300 pounds.

Additionally, unlike metal shelving support systems, which can be cumbersome and difficult to install, not to mention aesthetically unappealing, Vanguard Plastics’ shelf support systems quickly and easily install in a short time without necessitating painting or gluing, and come complete with all required fasteners and installation hardware, which are neatly and strategically concealed for a clean and refined appearance in any environment.

Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, Vanguard Plastics’ shelf support systems cost up to 25 percent less than metal shelving support systems and are also an economical alternative to wood cleats and one-by-three-inch pine strapping.

For further product information regarding Vanguard Plastics, please click HERE, HERE, and HERE.


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