Create functional and logical warehouse storage with the right pallet racking system.
Pallet racking can be configured in a variety of ways and systems, depending on the customer’s requirements and pallet load.
Whether its frozen food in a cold store utilising either Dexion Drive-in racking or Dexion mobile racking (MOVO), or bulk goods, such as products with a “best before date”, that are stored on a FIFO (first in first out) pallet flow system, all goods stored on pallets will be ideally stored by one of these methods as this provides optimal storage economics.
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As the most common form of pallet storage: Pallets stored in wide aisle racking are not subject to restrictions in layout and are accessible at all times using standard forklift trucks.
Mobile Pallet Racking - MOVO utilises the space of a warehouse to its maximum, saving up to 40% of the space of conventional Pallet Racking.
Multi-tier pallet racking provides walkways which are built into the pallet racking structure, creating manual pick lanes at various levels.
Narrow Aisle pallet racking is the space-saving option if floor space is limited: maximum storage capacity, fast accessability to every pallet and quick order-picking straight from the racking.
Dexion carton flow is built either as stationary units or supplied with lockable wheels for fast and simple alterations when changes in layout are required.
The Pallet Pull-Out Units makes it possible to move pallets back- and forward similar to drawers, even with a full load up to 1000 kg.
Ideal for storing large quantities of the same types of goods: your existing space can be used up to 90% more effectively than with conventional pallet storage layout.
The Pallet Shuttle System is a semi-automated storage solution for the handling of goods inside channels similar to a drive-in setup.
Push back pallet racking for pallet storage. Pallets are stored on carts or trolleys in a first in last out (FILO) principle.
Push back pallet racking for pallet storage. Pallets are stored on wheel/rollers in a first in last out (FILO) principle.
The PalletFlow push-through racking system is mainly used for storing large quantities of the same type of palletized goods on the first-in, first-out (FIFO) principle.
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