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Adjustable Height Steel Work Platforms

12 Ballymore item(s) within Adjustable Height Steel Work Platforms

From $166.25 each

Bally Lifts

8 Ballymore item(s) within Bally Lifts

From $144.85 each

Double Entry Mobile Work Platforms

16 Ballymore item(s) within Double Entry Mobile Work Platforms

From $863.45 each

Fork Deck Maintenance Platforms

6 Ballymore item(s) within Fork Deck Maintenance Platforms

From $134.15 each

Ladder Replacement Parts

5 Ballymore item(s) within Ladder Replacement Parts

From $12.15 each

Lock Step Cart N Climb Ladders

12 Ballymore item(s) within Lock Step Cart N Climb Ladders

From $427.15 each

MRO Telescoping Hydraulic Lifts

13 Ballymore item(s) within MRO Telescoping Hydraulic Lifts

From $144.85 each

Order Picker Maintenance Lifts

2 Ballymore item(s) within Order Picker Maintenance Lifts

From $5,041.75 each

Perforated Lock N Stock Ladders

3 Ballymore item(s) within Perforated Lock N Stock Ladders

From $163.65 each

Platform Powered Stackers

Platform Powered Stackers

From $8,174.35 each

Scissor Lift & Tilt Tables

4 Ballymore item(s) within Scissor Lift & Tilt Tables

From $11,476.55 each

Single Entry Mobile Work Platforms

20 Ballymore item(s) within Single Entry Mobile Work Platforms

From $535.15 each

Tank Top Lifts

10 Ballymore item(s) within Tank Top Lifts

From $113.05 each

Tough Power Stocker Lifts

3 Ballymore item(s) within Tough Power Stocker Lifts

From $4,571.65 each

World War II had just ended and the nation - and industry - began to tool up for the pent up demand for consumer, commercial and industrial products and services. Taking a page out of Henry Fords philosophy for successful business, find a need and fill it, a small company opened its doors in Bryn Mawr, PA to fill industrys need for ladders to access shelving, production machinery and hard-to-reach areas requiring maintenance. Like everyone coming out of the war, John Colgan was looking for opportunity. In 1945 he bought an Iceberg frozen food franchise and rented space for a small store and frozen foods lockers. Because household refrigerators did not yet have freezers, housewives would buy their frozen foods at the special store and keep them in rented freezers in the same building. Colgan was concerned that the wooden A-type ladder customers used to access the upper lockers was cumbersome and unsteady. Armed with his background in wartime shipbuilding, he designed a rolling stairway with handrails and casters which were supported by springs that would compress with weight and lock the legs to the ground. Iceberg liked his idea and began offering the safety step ladder with every franchise. Meanwhile, the president of the local bank came in to pick up some frozen vegetables and thought the ladder was just what the bank needed to access their safety deposit boxes. Colgan began marketing to banks. By now he was spending more time making ladders than selling frozen foods. He sold the franchise and started his own company. The year was 1946. The company was Ballymore. Today, as part of the Osage/RAF organization, Ballymore is gearing up to the 21st century. A re-engineering process is underway to incorporate robotics and cellular manufacturing in order to develop a more efficient manufacturing environment.