Pallet Live Racking – Often known as flow racking, pallet live is highly compact and consists of deep running racks and only two aisles at either side. The slightly inclined rollers running the length of the lanes allow use of gravity to transport the pallets once loaded to the picking face at the opposite end. The system uses the FIFO so if you’re looking for a system which will provide automatic stock rotation, speed and maximum use of space, this is an ideal solution.
Push Back Racking – A deep storage system consisting of long running lanes similar to that of pallet live racking, however push back racking requires only one service aisle from which pallets are both loaded and retrieved. The push back system uses the FILO (First-in Last-out) flow method so if stock rotation is not a primary focus, but space utilisation and speed is then this could be ideal for your facility
Double Deep Racking – The structure itself is no different to wide aisle racking only the racks are positioned back to back. You can double your racks and still gain access from the same aisle and because this is a standard pallet racking system with no additional components it’s a low cost solution
Shuttle Racking – Transport your pallets deep into a compact system along rails using a radio controlled shuttle on which individual pallets are loaded. The system can use both the FILO and FIFO method and can be switched to change methods easily.