Make maximum use of available space by eliminating work aisles between racks.
Perfect for homogeneous, low-rotation products with many single-SKU pallets.
Main features of drive-in racks
Drive-in racking is a compact, accumulative storage system that makes optimum use of both vertical and horizontal space. It is the ideal solution for storing large quantities of single-SKU pallets and few product types.
Forklifts enter the storage lanes of drive-in racking to deposit and extract pallets. So, operating aisles are eliminated in this system, saving a great deal of available space.
- Maximise effective control of facility space (up to 85%)
- Eliminate unneeded operating aisles
- Total oversight of storage and retrieval tasks
- Store as many product types as there are load lanes
Two operating systems provide two different loading methods. First, drive-in pallet racking, with only one access aisle, where the first pallet in is the last one taken out. Second, the drive-through racking system, where goods can be accessed from both sides of the rack, meaning the first pallet in is the first one out (FIFO).
The industrial system is frequently used in cold stores (e.g. refrigerated and frozen goods) since it provides excellent space purposing. Thereby, your business minimises costs in a temperature-controlled environment.
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