Pallet live storage

Rolling goods in kept order

Two storage methods based on pallet racking systems are flow racking and pushback racking. These methods enable the goods in your storage system to be picked up in the right order using the FIFO (first in, first out) or FILO (first in, last out) principles, enabling a very good workflow.

Flow racking using FIFO

Flow racking is a compact storage method using the FIFO principle. The pallets are loaded in the rear side of the stacks, rolling through on a declining rack. Goods are then retrieved at the front end. The possibilities of handling goods with different weights and sizes are almost unlimited. When being picked up, the lowest pallet can be fetched with a forklift trolley. We also offer solutions for storing and picking up pallets with stackers.

Pushback racking using FILO

Pushback racking is based on deep stacking on rolls. The pallets are pushed onto the shelf on an inclining roller rack, according to the FILO principle. We offer solutions for leaving and picking up pallets with stackers here too.

Carton live storage (CLS)

For a rational and ergonomic picking from boxes or containers there are systems with independent shelf racks or built-in pallet racking. Width and depth are adjusted to the size of the products with a maximised load to 1250 kg per level. For maximum ergonomics, the pick-up end can be open for the picker.

For a safe workplace

As you probably know, a qualified inspector should annually inspect all storage systems. We have over the years built and refined a good relationship with inspection companies. A contact we are happy to share with you. When the inspection is completed you can send the report to us and we will ensure that maintenance is carried out in a safe and adequate manner.

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