Choosing the right pallet racking system can make a big difference in your bottom line. A properly designed and installed storage system can increase productivity and maximize storage which can help you operation exponentially. No matter how long you have been in the game it can sometimes be difficult to find out what pallet racking is best for you. Read some of these pallet racks below to help you find out what is your best option.
This is by far the most common pallet racking option out there. If you’re on a tight budget, you’ll find selective pallet racks to be the cheapest per square footage. It provides a very easy to store system along and can be stored easily with all types of forklifts.
Recommended: General Warehousing, Manufacturing
2. Pallet Flow Racks:
Also known as gravity racks, pallet flow racking is one of the chosen options for freezer warehouses, food center, and storage of high volume which includes perishable consumer goods. This storage option can double or triple capacity versus other racking systems.
Recommended: Food, retail, freezer, grocery
3. Drive In or Drive Thru Racks:
If you are keeping storage in your warehouse for a while without immediate access, this could be the perfect option for you. This options is great because it is the most high-density option with fewer isles. It holds more load and reduces space costs.
Recommended: large-volume storage of similar products, general warehousing, freezer
4. Push Back Racks:
These push back pallet racks sit on carts that slide forward when a rack is removed. Think of a refrigerator at the grocery store. This works in the same way as it can save time for those that make a large number of pickups.
Recommended: Retail, food, general warehousing
Most all warehouses are unique in one way or another. Green Mountain Industrial Supply has been working in this industry for a long time and can help direct you towards the perfect racking solution for you.
For more information about ordering or selecting your perfect rack, we can be contacted over the phone at 603-627-4200 or through our online contact form.