There are several systems that are commonly used in a production environment. Pallet Flow Racking systems are designed to optimize the flow of product when expiration is a important factor, they also allow for a first in first out flow. Push back racking is a first in last out arrangement. Drive in racking systems are also a key part of a production environments that allow forklifts to enter and have a first in last out order.
Push-Back Racking -Push-back pallet rack systems are designed around the principle of organizing space by depth rather than width. This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density. Read more..
Drive-In Racking – Drive-in and drive-through (sometimes spelled Drive-thru) are storage rack configurations that allow the forklift to drive directly into the lane of stacked rows. Read more..
Pallet Flow Systems – Pallet flow systems are high density pallet storage systems that utilize depth to increase capacity. This system uses a slightly inclined rail with rollers that allow pallets to move easily along the sloped plane. Read more...
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