Choosing the right storage rack for your warehouse can improve workflow, increase storage space, reduce damage to goods, and increase profitability. Depending on your available floor space, the types of materials you handle, and the need for rapid accessibility, you may find one storage rack is more suitable than another. When you are reviewing your storage needs, it’s essential to be familiar with each type of storage rack’s strengths and weaknesses. Contact immediately with vietpos rack by hotline: (+84) 796 700 777 for advice. We specialize in manufacturing and distributing prestigious heavy duty shelf in VietNam.
Selective Pallet Racks
This form of racking is easy to set up, straightforward to use, and modular to add or remove sections, depending on your current storage requirements. This storage solution is excellent if you work with seasonal goods because you can free up floor space when business is quiet, and then build the racks again during busy periods. If you have limited storage space, you can build these racks vertically, significantly increasing your stockpile goods’ ability.
Push Back Racks
As a high-density storage system, push back racks can store a large inventory in a compact space. Carts sit on inclined rails, and during loading, the forklift driver places a pallet on the carriage and then pushes it back with the following pallet. Usually, these racks can accommodate six pallets, making them especially useful when space is at a premium.This method works well in retail or general warehousing. However, one limitation is that your warehouse manager needs to be well-organized to ensure the pallets are available in the most efficient order.
Drive-in racking systems usually have a wall at one end, whereas drive-thru systems are in open spaces, allowing the forklift driver to enter one side and exit at the other. When storing goods, staff place the pallets on the rack beams by driving in between the frames. While this can save time, it also means the racks can be subject to accidental damage from contact with forklifts. To avoid these collisions, invest in post protectors.
Pallet Flow Racking
This type of racking is similar to the push back system because it uses inclined rails, but it uses a first-in-first-off (FIFO) scheme. When you load a pallet on to the rear of the racking system, it moves down towards the front, enabling staff to unload the goods. While still a high-density storage system, it is especially beneficial for those who work with perishable products, such as in the food industry.
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– Factory warehouse
– Heavy industrial factory warehouse
– Warehouses of industrial zones, large factories, factories.
– Supermarket, supermarket store warehouse.
– Warehouses containing multi-category export goods.
– Warehouse for supplying heavy materials and equipment
– Lubricant warehouse, chemicals, food, medical, etc.
– Warehouse for construction materials, production of packaging
– Large distributors’ warehouses