Live Storage racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end. It is commonly referred to as in first in first out system This is typically used where there are large quantities of the same product or as a load collation system in a dispatch area. When collating loads this is typically done with lanes of either 13 pallets deep (two lanes per load) or 26 pallets deep. This system relies on gravity to move the pallets and is often referred to as gravity racking. It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.
We are an independent supplier of pallet racking and are therefore not tied to one manufacturers system. We can offer whatever racking system we believe is the best for your needs or the most cost effective. Pallet racking is installed to meet the SEMA code of practice, a tried and trusted standard within the UK. (meeting FEM European Standards).
Initially pallet racking looks straight forward but the effective use of the warehouse space can be affected by the pallet racking design and the interface with different types of for lift truck.