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InnerSpace Boosts Datel Product Line
InnerSpace Corp. has expanded its line of Datel brand organized storage cabinets to include Nurse Documentation Stations. The stations are designed to house audio/video, data storage and communications equipment required for an integrated operating suite. Various manufacturers’ electronic equipment can be accommodated, along with the flexibility of adding cabinets and accessories to meet specific needs.
Datel documentation stations are available as pre-configured units or as custom configurations through the “Build-A-Documentation Station” option.
A large pull-out work surface provides space for keyboards and other input devices while positioning nurse clinicians so that they can view procedures. Optional accessories include task lights, key locks and power strips. The stations can be integrated with other InnerSpace modular storage cabinets as part of a complete and coordinated storage solution.
For more than 21 years, Grand Rapids-based InnerSpace has specialized in providing storage cabinets and casework, wire shelving and storage racks, mobile supply and procedure carts and, inventory management systems for health care facilities worldwide. InnerSpace, founded in 1995, in August was acquired by The Stanley Works (NYSE: SWK), parent company of Stanley Vidmar, a manufacturer of custom storage systems for use in several industries.
InnerSpace has provided storage cabinets and casework, wire shelving and racks, mobile supply and procedure carts, and inventory management systems for health care facilities worldwide. InnerSpace brand names include Harmony, spaceTRAX, Q line as well as Datel.
InnerSpace also provides inventory solutions for clinical supply management. The company’s Web-based solutions not only provide the tools necessary to track on-hand inventories and optimize re-order points but also connects clinical supplies with procedures, physicians and patients. InnerSpace employs 75 workers at its headquarters in Grand Rapids.
Stanley Vidmar manufactures a wide range of storage products for hospitals and other health care facilities. Headquartered in Allentown, Pa., Stanley Vidmar employs more than 250.
“This is an extremely good fit for Stanley Vidmar and I’m personally pleased to now count InnerSpace’s quality products as part of our overall storage solutions portfolio,” said Jim Cannon, president of Stanley Engineered Storage Solutions. “They have an exceptional record of success with health care customers, and we intend to continue that record of customer satisfaction moving forward.”
InnerSpace will continue to market its products under the InnerSpace name. Kip Barber, founder and former president of InnerSpace, will serve in a consulting capacity while Stephen Zautke, previously the CEO of InnerSpace, will assume the position of president. HQX