How does Drive-In Pallet Racking work?
Drive-In Pallet Racking Systems provide maximum storage capacity using the minimum amount of space. It is particularly suited to store very large quantities of homogeneous products.
Drive-In or Double Access Systems consist of continuous lanes of racking with only a single load and retrieval aisle. Loading and unloading is undertaken by means of counter balance or reach trucks that drive down each lane into the racks.
Drive-In Pallet Racking operates on the system of First-In Last-Out (FILO), therefore it only suits products that are stored in sufficient volume which require multiples lanes to ensure stock rotation.
Drive-In Pallet Racking Advantages
- Operates on the basis of First-In Last-Out (FILO)
- Store very large quantities of homogeneous products.
- Good product protection
- 60% net pallet area usage of overall warehouse area
- Pallet redundancy can run as high as 30% if a wide range of different products are stored
Drive-In Pallet Racking is most Suitable for:
For manufacturers of products produced in batch, or in warehouse operation where there are limited product types and pallets cannot be safely blocked and stacked.
When should I use Drive-In Pallet Racking?
- If you have large amounts of similar/the same stock items?
- If you operate on the FILO basis – First In, Last Out.
- If you have fragile stock items that cannot be double-stacked.
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