Known for its heavy load capacity and flexible design, selective racking
is typically configured in back to back rows with each accessible
from an aisle.
Helps increase storage density by storing two pallets deep on each level, with each level being fully accessible.
Allows for higher-density storage by storing multiple pallets deep on each level with each pallet loaded from the front. Works best in high-productivity operations with frequent stock turns.
In flow-thru rack systems, pallets are loaded from one side, stored in multiples deep and roll to the opposite side of the rack for easy access. Works best in first-in, first-out operations.
This semi-automated deep lane system utilizes an integrated cart to transport pallets loaded by the lift truck at the lane entry into the deep lane. Works well in applications with high-volume SKUs, helping to increase productivity by minimizing lift truck travel.
These higher density racks store pallets in multiple depths and have either one entry/exit point (drive-in). Drive-in racks are suited for last-in, first-out operations.
Utilizes columns and cantilever arms rather than rails, making it ideal for storing long material. Features open access to facilitate loading and unloading.
These high-density storage systems integrate different types of rack storage solutions into multiple levels to store inventory for picking and fulfillment of orders with greater efficiency.