Schaller Corporation is one of those industrial supply companies that (seemingly) make one thing: Plastic bins, in a million different sizes.
In drawers of any size, you can use these bins to organize things to your liking.
I find monoproduct companies fascinating, but in fact they make one other object: This Easy Threader for getting the drawstring back into your sweatpants or hoodie after they become separated in the washing machine.
My DIY method has always been to Scotch-tape the drawstring to a chopstick or dull pencil, and worm the drawstring through that way. But I suppose this thing would be useful if you were in a factory environment, or constantly doing laundry for a large family that enjoys sweat-wear. My main question is, how the heck did this doohickey make its way into the company's catalog?