It is frequently in facilities with a low number of product lines. Pallets are stored in a block system with two blocks generally served by one operating aisle. The trucks drive into the racking to load or retrieve pallets, which are stored on cantilevered rails running throughout the system. The first pallet in is the last one out unless a Drive-Through system is used whereby pallets can be loaded or retrieved from either side.
High density storage allowing greater number of pallets to be stored per cubic meter than other storage systems
Low stock rotation suitable for seasonal goods and fluctuating stock demand
Ideal for cold and chill storage and bulk storage applications
Suitable for easily damaged or fragile loads, which cannot be block stacked
30% selectivity and accessibility of goods
Floor Area Utilisation: 60% (Highest)
More usable space helps you adapt to stock fluctuations
Stack multiple pallets in single lanes
Easier access is an effective solution to warehouse problems
Utilize existing space instead of renting more
Your workforce can work smarter - not harder
Common problems with non-drive in pallet racking
Stock fluctuations often leave stock on the warehouse floor or out in the weather
Inefficient use of space
Paying for warehouse space that you don't need
Operating inefficient storage systems costs time, money and manpower
Drive in pallet racking is the answer to your labor intensive racking system
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