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16788 US Highway 36 Norton, KS 67654-5488
United States

About New Age Industrial Corp

NEW AGE is the ONLY Aluminum EXTRUDER and FABRICATOR that builds material handling equipment in the United States. We have a staff of engineers to design and manufacture products build to your exact needs. Over 75% of our products are customized and built-to-order to provide you with a solid solution in any quantity needed. No other manufacturer extrudes and fabricates to your exact needs the way we do. We provide unlimited flexibility in product design with maximum durability. Don’t compromise, customize.

New Age manufactures order pickers, raised or mobile platforms, pick and fulfillment carts with unlimited options (towable, adjustable shelves, etc), ladder carts (up to 5 steps high), platform trucks, beverage delivery carts, aluminum tube pallets, FDA approvable channel pallets for easy cleaning, pallet stands, lug carts, bulk mover carts, tray racks, enclosed cabinets, kitting carts, ESD carts, conveyor sleds, pick to light carts, dollies, dunnage racks, shelving, tables, security fence/cabinets and more.

Call Bob at New Age Industrial at 402-990-7774 for all your Material Handling needs.

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Vertical Markets

  • Beverage > Beer
  • Beverage > Soft drinks
  • Food > Meat/Poultry/Seafood
  • Life Sciences/Pharma/Healthcare > Cannabis products
  • Life Sciences/Pharma/Healthcare > Pharmaceutical
  • Other packaged products > Building/Construction/Home Improvement Products
  • Other packaged products > Cannabis products
  • Other packaged products > Warehouse Distribution/e-commerce

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Languages Spoken

  • English

Sustainable Solution Description

New Age Industrial operates in a 300,000 square foot facility in Norton, KS. We process over 4,000,000 pounds of primary aluminum billet each year. A 1600 Solar Panel System provides 35% of our electricity usage for a greener future. At the time of installation, it was the largest system in the state of Kansas.