Selective Racks are the most popular type because they offer the highest versatility and selectivity for any SKU. Single deep storage is the
most commonly used, whether in a single row or back to back. Roll formed components are predominantly used in lighter duty
applications with the shelf heights adjustable on 2″ vertical centers maximum. A wide range of impact resistance accessories are available.
Push Back Rack
Push Back Racks provide high storage density and productivity with the flexibility of mixing products within the same bay. Push Back
provides excellent utilization of floor space since individual levels can be unloaded per SKU and be available for incoming product.
When maximizing the storage cube is the primary consideration, and the individual selectivity is not as important, Drive-in/Drive-Thru
Rack should be a serious consideration. As aisles are eliminated you can store up to 75% more pallets than you can with conventional
Selective Rack depending on the type of lift equipment being utilized. This is a last-in/first-out inventory storage system.
The function of the Pick Module is to concentrate similar picks either as full or broken case picks to corrugated packaging or a tote.
This allows you to concentrate the number of picks for the square footage. The Pick Module will help you increase your rate of picking
as well as quicken your orders to shipping lanes.
Pallet Flow Racks
This is a true first-in/first-out system with high-density storage. Aisles are eliminated yielding double or triple the capacity of Selective
or Drive-In Rack. Where Drive-In will have several voids in the system to allow the lift truck to enter and retrieve, the Pallet Flow can
be 100% full and still offer availability of product. The product is loaded on a charge side aisle and unloaded in discharge aisle.
Carton Flow Racks
Carton Flow Rack Systems accommodate everything from the fastest-movers to slow movers to odd-shaped cartons, bins, or
merchandise. You can store smaller items in the in half the space required by static shelving or racks and have first-in, first-out carton
or tote access.
Especially designed for storing longer, bulkier items with no aisle uprights to obstruct the use of space and limit potentially different
product size, this rack type offers a practical solution for hard to store items. It is frequently used for tubing, piping, lumber, furniture
and other long items.