Are you looking for a warehouse management system to maximize the existing storage space in your facility and reduce “honeycombing” in your high-density storage areas? You can reduce clutter, maximize your warehouse space, and increase worker productivity by investing in a warehouse pallet rack systems. Contact Viet Pos Rack immediately for advice.

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Efficient use of Pallet Racking System

– Getting pallets organized and up and off of the floor
– Maximizing your existing warehouse space
– Simplifying the loading and picking of pallets or cartons
– Improving worker efficiency and automating some of the labor required to store and retrieve pallets

Selecting a Warehouse Racking System

– When designing a pallet rack system, some of the factors you need to understand are: total # of SKUs, total # of pallets, weight of material, inventory retrieval method, turnover time, and whether these will be full or split case picks.

Types of Warehouse Racking Systems

Selective Pallet Racking Systems

Selective pallet racks are the most popular type of warehouse storage and pallet rack system on the market. They offer an inexpensive design and the largest selection of sizes and accessories to be custom configured for your warehouse storage application. Designed to get pallets off the warehouse floor and into a racking system, they provide immediate accessibility to store or unload pallets. Using selective pallet rack systems allows you to fully utilize your warehouse floor space as well as efficiently manage worker time.

Drive-in Pallet Racking Systems

Drive-in rack systems offer maximum-density storage of similar products and pallets in your warehouse. Drive-in rack systems eliminate aisles in a warehouse facility because the drive-in system is made for storing high quantities of similar product which use the same entry and exit point for each bay or rack. Since drive-in rack systems are fork-lift accessible, they offer maximum-density storage and product or pallets may be stored in lanes up to six or more positions deep on the rack.

Push Back Pallet Racking Systems

Push back rack systems are designed to allow for dense storage of product that doesn’t require First-in First-Out retrieval. Push back pallet racks are stationary rack structures that load pallets from the front onto a nested cart system that slides on inclined rails.

Pallet Flow Racking Systems

Pallet flow racks, or “gravity flow” racks are a dynamic storage system that use gravity rollers to automate pallet storage and retrieval and increase storage efficiency. Using a pallet flow storage system can double or even triple the storage capacity in your facility compared to other methods.

Carton Flow Racking Systems

Essentially, carton flow racking systems are the same as pallet flow racks, but designed for boxes and small products, or split case picking. While using the First in First out (FIFO) method, carton flow rack brings a dramatic upgrade in cost-savings because it improves warehouse efficiency by organizing product and rotating stock automatically.

Cantilever Racking Systems

Cantilever racks are the best solution for storing longer, bulky items without an aisle upright column to limit horizontal storage space. Their design allows them to be built out of towers, arms, and bases. In most cases, these are stand-alone systems that don’t need to be tied back to the building for support. The components of the system can be roll formed or made from structural steel and can also be galvanized for use in outdoor storage yards or in tough and demanding environments.