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Milwaukee provides more Packout storage solutions

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 The new model 48-22-8431 Organizer.

 The new model 48-22-8431 Organizer.

Milwaukee Tool has recently added two ‘low-profile’ organizers and two tool bags to its Packout tool storage line.

“Ever since we launched the Packout Modular Storage System in 2017 it has been extremely popular among users because it’s truly the most versatile and durable modular storage system in the industry,” says Matt Vargo, senior product manager for Milwaukee Tool.

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“The initial introduction of the system included a range of toolboxes, organizers, and totes but our intention has always been to continue expanding it, so users have a wide array of storage options that are compatible with the system. The latest introduction of low-profile organizers and tool bags is just the beginning. We plan to continually add more solutions to the Packout System moving forward into the future.”

The 15” model 48-22-8315 tool bag.

The 15” model 48-22-8315 tool bag.

This round features the model 48-22-8431 Organizer and model 48-22-8436 Compact Organizer.

 Both have removeable bin dividers and No-Travel bin seals to keep contents from shifting around. They are IP65 rated to keep water and jobsite debris out.

The new 15” and 20” Packout Tool Bags unzip to reveal a large open space for tools, and have cushioned shoulder straps, top handles, and side handles for flexible carry. Each is constructed of tear resistant 1680D ballistic material and have an impact resistant polymer base, according to the company.

For more, visit www.milwaukeetool.com

This article originally appeared in the September 2018 issue.

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