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Carolina Handling releases “Santa’s Legendary Solutions,” third in a series of children’s holiday books

What would happen if the Easter Bunny, Cupid, Jack Frost and other members of the Council of Legendary Figures suddenly began losing their powers? Find the answer in “Santa’s Legendary Solutions,” the third and final release in a series of children’s holiday books published by Carolina Handling.

In this latest story, the legendary creatures call a secret meeting with Santa Claus when they realize their magic is disappearing in a fast-paced, ever-changing world where children grow up too fast. The problem-solving ensues when Santa recommends calling Carolina Handling, the company that optimized his North Pole operations and saved Christmas in last year’s “Santa’s Automated Workshop.”

Written by Carolina Handling’s Marketing department and illustrated by Jason Craft, “Santa’s Legendary Solutions” highlights Carolina Handling’s capabilities as a systems integrator and a provider of automation solutions such as conveyor and sortation, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), automated storage and retrieval systems, and Raymond Corporation’s industry exclusive iWAREHOUSE telematics.

“Carolina Handling’s holiday book series is novel way of raising awareness about the products and services we offer and their relevance for today’s marketplace,” said Carolina Handling Director of Marketing Donna Waldrep.

It also sets Carolina Handling apart from the competition, she said. “This type of marketing is unique in the material handling industry. It sets us apart, accelerates our brand building and helps us tell our story in an engaging way.”

In addition to the softcover book, a coloring book version of “Santa’s Legendary Solutions” also has been produced. A flipbook version is available online at, along with “If Santa Had a Lift Truck” released in 2021 and “Santa’s Automated Solutions” released in 2022.


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