About Us: INVENTIVE. CONFIDENT. FIERCELY INDEPENDENT. OF COURSE, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT LOCKERS.

OUR POV

WE’VE DONE IT ALL.
HELL, WE INVENTED HALF OF IT TO BEGIN WITH.

American Ingenuity. It’s a certain kind of innovation that we, as Americans, are known for. The kind of innovation that comes from boldly attempting what no one has ever done before. Which basically describes our entire company history. When we started our business, we accomplished things that no one else had ever even attempted — like inventing the first coin-operated locker. Right from the start, American Locker has continually led this industry we invented with an unstoppable series of innovative solutions. Our years of innovative American manufacturing have led us to create the widest range of customized solutions in the industry. Invented here. Made here. That’s American Ingenuity. That’s American Locker.

OUR HISTORY

OFFICES & DISTRIBUTORS

1895
U.S. Voting Machine Company is founded. American Locker Group traces its origins, at least in part, to the U.S. Voting Machine Company, which was founded in 1895 to exploit Thomas Edison's pioneering invention to ensure honest election results.
1930's
U.S. Voting Machine Company creates American Locker to provide storage, distribution and inventory management solutions based on individual and industry needs for companies like Greyhound Bus and Union Railroad.
1939
Greyhound Bus Terminals are installing American Locker Parcel Checking Lockers in bus terminals across the country.
1940's
When the Wanamaker's Grand Depot first opened in 1880, it featured “free checking” and quickly became an institution for many years. But when American Locker installed their Parcel Checking lockers in their place, the convenience and security of the self-serve lockers was so enthusiastically accepted, that the “free checking” option was quickly abandoned.
1945
Rockwell Manufacturing, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, acquires U.S. Voting Machine Company and American Locker. American Lockers are gaining widespread popularity in locations everywhere.
1950's
American Locker continues to revolutionize the way people travel with locker installations across the U.S. in high-trafficked terminals like the Union Railroad Depot in Indianapolis, Indiana.
1953
The world’s first coin operated locker is invented by American Locker.
1958
American Locker Group is incorporated as the popularity of coin-operated lockers continue to spread to airports and railway stations like this one in Binghamton, New York.
1960's
American Locker and U.S. Voting Machine Company is spun off from Rockwell Manufacturing and renamed Automatic Voting Machine Corporation (AVM).
1970's
American Locker Group becomes sole corporate entity of AVM.
1973 - 1990
American Locker becomes the nation's leading maker of storage lockers for business, recreation, and the U.S. Postal Service.
1999
American Locker was named number three by Business Wire in its list of the top ten 1998 technology stock performance winners.
2000 – Present
American Lockers continues its long history of producing innovative products with its Advanced Line of locker solutions that include self-serve kiosks, cell-phone charging stations, keyless lockers, and touchscreen operated parcel pick-up stations.

AMERICAN LOCKER HEADQUARTERS

4170-103 DISTRIBUTION CIRCLE
NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV 89030
TOLL- FREE: 800-828-9118
FAX: 817-481-3993
E-MAIL: INFO@AMERICANLOCKER.COM

TEXAS FACILITY

TEXAS FACILITY
700 FREEPORT PARKWAY
SUITE 300
COPPELL, TX 75019
TOLL – FREE: 800-828-9118
FAX: 817-481-3993
E-MAIL: INFO@AMERICANLOCKER.COM

CANADIAN LOCKER

CHENEY YANG
MARKHAM, ONTARIO L3R1Y5
PHONE: 416-439-5992
TOLL FREE: 800-494-9073 EXT. 205
FAX: 817-481-3993
E-MAIL: CYANG@CANADIANLOCKER.CA
WEBSITE: WWW.CANADIANLOCKER.COM

UNITED KINGDOM

SOLUTIONS FOR LEISURE LTD.
DARYL GREGORY
PHONE: 01359 256025
E-MAIL: SALES@SOLUTIONSFORLEISURE.CO.UK
WEBSITE: WWW.SOLUTIONSFORLEISURE.CO.UK

CHILE

MALETEK, S.A.
STEVE WILAND
AV. GENERAL BUSTAMANTE
24 OFICINA 4H PROVIDENCIA
SANTIAGO, CHILE
PHONE: 56 2 274 2808
FAX: 56 2 341 9414
E-MAIL: MALETEK@MALETEK.CL

PERU

MALETEK PERU
PATRICIA HURTADO
AV. PABLO CARRIQUIRY 455 OFICINA 8, PISO 3
SAN ISIDRO, LIMA PERU
PHONE: 511-225-3355 AX. 102
FAX: 511-226-1765
E-MAIL: PHURTADO@MALETEK.COM.PE
WEBSITE: WWW.MALETEK.COM.PE