Aisle Width

Aisle Width: 3-4 meters

Space Utilisation

85% Space Utilisation


Pallet Accessibility Reduced


Low Throughput Speeds


Standard Forklift Options


Push Back racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width. This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density. In this configuration, each bay can be up to six pallets deep and each pallet stored on wheeled carts that fit onto rails.It also combines the benefits of Drive-In racking with pallet live storage.

By using this type of racking you can access up to four pallets deep from one face which is ideally suited to order picking operations and it enables areas of rack backing onto a wall to be fully utilised.

Advantages of this system:

  • Accessibility (all lanes can be accessed from the aisle at any time irrespective of the storage level)
  • Maintenance costs (slow or fast movement of loads within lanes, requires little maintenance)
  • Applications (This type of system is well suited to the task of load marshalling, allowing up to six loads to be stored in each lane. It’s also great for bulk storage and bulk handling)
  • Identification (each load in the depth can be identified by track mounted ‘flags’ located on the access face)

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.

Contact our sales team to discuss the best design to suit your warehouse needs.