Imagine unpacking your library delivery items to this rack. You'd be able to sort to 15 locations without having to move. As enough items accumulated to each location, someone would be loading up items into delivery totes and staging them for loading into the trucks.
Book carts that can be used on the Lyngsoe sorter and for shelving so no unloading items from a bin required. Electric (charged while in sorter) so just put a button to change positions for shelving (flat) and for using on sorter (angled so items fall onto top of stack)
FIFO Station. Interesting "product" that demonstrates clearly a concept I share with libraries. Imagine using this product to create space for an allowable buffer of items to be shelved or to be sent out for delivery or to unload from delivery. Lots of ways to use the product to put high priority items on one end for processing while visually tracking when you have an overflow that needs addressing.
This is The Mule Mobile Stack and Work Positioner. It can be configured in lots of different ways. Note the nice big wheels for easy maneuverability and the arms that lift the totes (so you don' t have to slide anything under a stack. More info here: http://www.cisco-eagle.com/catalog/c-1361-portable-stacker.aspx. Start around $5,000
Saw this at My favorite trolley so far. They don't take up nearly as much room as the other similar trolleys when parked because they can be nested like in this picture.