Pallet Racking Storage Solutions

Multi-tier Pallet Racking

  • 11th June 2015

Multi-tier pallet racking provides walkways that are built into the pallet racking structure, creating manual pick lanes at various levels.

This type of structure offers an improved utilisation of space than a traditional mezzanine floor arrangement. Multi-tier pallet racking is ideal for cartons, boxes and garment storage.

This type of pallet racking structure creates a number of levels and walkways for storing and collecting goods.

Combining wooden, mesh or steel shelves the solution offers an increased number of picking levels.


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Dexion Multistore Storage system


  • Utilises the full height of the building
  • Optimises your floor space
  • Allows order picking on multiple levels
  • Can combine pallet storage and small goods storage
  • Removes the need for a mezzanine floor

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Multi-tier pallet racking is suitable for the storage of goods on wooden, metal or mesh shelving and also for clothing stored on hangers.

Fire sprinkler and lighting systems are easily incorporated within the structure.

Our range of stairs, handrails and pallet gates can complement the pallet racking multi-tier structure.

Depending upon the loads involved, Multi-tier pallet racking can;

  • Have up to 6 walkway levels
  • Total height of up to 19m
  • Walkway heights of 2775m
  • Walkway aisle widths from 800mm to 1800mm

Multi-tier structures can be installed directly from the floor or alternatively on top of a specially designed mezzanine structure – this allows for a multi-functional storage area below.

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