Material Flow Systems & Schonenberger SystemsFounded in 1996, Material Flow Systems was in the association of Schonenberger Systems of Landsberg / Lech of Germany. This was to support the growing United States market for garment handling, storage, and logistic services. Now, with over 80 years of experience between the original founders, Kenneth Yates and William McCandless, Material Flow Systems has fundamentally changed the garment handling industry.
Project Size DiversityWith over 1,000 projects, ranging in various sizes from small family run laundry facilities with only a few trolleys to one of the largest garment handling facilities in the U.S. Some of the largest garment handling facilities in the U.S. have had over 100,000 trolleys and 70,000 linear feet of rail.
Global ExpansionAlthough based in the U.S., we have worked on many projects globally, including parts of Canada, China, Japan, and Puerto Rico. We also have many additional worldwide capabilities. Material Flow Systems continues to manage the industry with innovative design, superior product quality, and unparalleled customer service and support.
Customer OrientedMaterial Flow Systems (MFS) is a customer centric company. We not only provide a service, but we establish a partnership. We strive for excellence in quality and value in our product, workmanship and customer care. Dedicated to bringing thought of diversity and talent to enhance how business can transpire, MFS makes connections, solves problems, and serves as a client partners can trust.
In-House Manufacturing & SupportIn addition, MFS is a U.S. based company and manufactures a majority of our parts in house. We provide solutions for all of your Garment On Hanger system needs. Our knowledgeable team will provide you with the support you need before, during and after project completion.
The team's capabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Center Supported Rails Systems
- Slick Rail Systems
- Truck Rail Transport Systems
- Dynamic and Static Storage
- Soil Guard Systems
- Trolley Loaders