Drive-In Racking system storage systems offer fast and quick pallet access with space management and high-volume block stacking capacity. Companies require fewer aisles for drive-in racking system and can store up to 75 percent more pallets in the same space, making drive-in pallet racking an increasingly popular and space-efficient alternative.
What is Drive in Pallet Racking?
Drive-in pallet racking is a storage solution which enables highly structured operations to save much space in their warehousing or industrial spaces. Drive-in racking enables this by designing a racking system that allows forklifts or other heavy machinery to move straight through the aisles used to store the goods and materials.
Stored one-in-front racking is a great choice for those operations which handle large quantities of similar or equivalent goods. This particular way of doing things will also make large-scale refrigeration schemes more feasible, thanks to the improved space usage of drive in pallet racking.
Benefits OF Drive-in Racking for pallets:
- The key advantages of Drive in or Drive through compact pallet racking systems are their full compaction and space optimization and great stock management
- Provides maximum performance, and utilization can be over 80% of the available space.
- Easily assembled modular structure.
- Trucks enter the system for loading
- Great for temperature-controlled storage
- Includes various accessories to increase safety.
- High density storage
- Creation compatible with other storage systems.
- Products of the same type
- Extra storage density instead of the direct access of Pallet Racks
- Specifically designed for your pallets and forklifts
- Low stock rotation
Key applications of Drive-In Racking compact pallet racking systems:
It is mainly applied in the following situations:
- Warehouses with reduced available space or with a high cost per square meter of the floor area, making it necessary to fully optimize this space.
- Need to stock consistent goods with a sufficient amount of the same reference pallets, and with low turnover.
- Warehouses which do not need direct access to unit loads.
- Warehouses for non-perishable merchandise and whose time in stock is not relevant, as with the Drive-in racking system
- Warehouses, as in the Drive through racking system, for perishable goods.
- Warehouses with cold stores or freezing chambers, due to the need for compaction and space optimization for a correct temperature distribution and cost savings.