Selective pallet racking provides immediate FIFO access to all stored pallets. We can supply pallet racking systems that will meet any unique needs you may have thanks to the multiple brands we offer.
Cantilever pallet racking is designed for long items such as lumber or pipe and allows unobstructed access to long dimensional material. This system utilizes horizontally extended arms that are attached to center towers.
Drive-in racks allow Toyota forklifts to drive into the racks to retrieve the stored material. Drive-in pallet racks are used when implementing the first in/last out (FILO) method. More simply put, the last pallet stored has to be the first pallet to be removed.
Pallet-flow supports first-in/first-out (FIFO) method and reduces aisle traffic. pallet-flow is a great solution for products with expiration dates. Pallets are feed into the back of these racks onto sloped roller tracks and moves towards the other side by gravity.
With push back racking, pallets are placed on trays that slide along rails. Pallets are placed in a line and when removed the next in line will slide in the place where the removed pallet just was. Push back racking will increase storage space, as well as productivity.
Wire decking is the most popular pallet racking accessory that increases the safety and stability of the pallet racking system. With wire decking you will lower the risk of pallets falling as it gives the pallet a larger surface area to sit on.
Products like post protectors or rack guards are installed to protect racking from damage caused by pallets or forklift collisions.