When to Use Shelving Instead of Racking

Much like, pallet racking, shelving is made up of upright frames, but instead of being connected by horizontal beams, they are connected by shelves. These are typically used for lighter, smaller items when pallets are not required. Wide Span Shelving Wide Span Shelving is typically a lighter duty version of a standard pallet rack. It… Continue reading When to Use Shelving Instead of Racking

Pallet Rack Comparison: Flow, Pushback, and Cantilever

Pallet racking consists of a set of upright frames connected in various ways by horizontal beams to provide storage for palletized or non-palletized product depending on the rack configuration and beam supports used. In addition to Drive-In/Drive-Thru and Selective Racking, you may instead need a Pallet Flow, Pushback, or Cantilever racking system. Pallet Flow Racking… Continue reading Pallet Rack Comparison: Flow, Pushback, and Cantilever

The Most Common Pallet Racking: Selective Pallet Rack

Pallet racking consists of a set of upright frames connected in various ways by horizontal beams to provide storage for palletized or non-palletized product depending on the rack configuration and beam supports used. What is Selective Pallet Racking? One type of pallet racking is selective, which comes in two varieties: single or double deep. Single… Continue reading The Most Common Pallet Racking: Selective Pallet Rack

When to Consider Drive-In/ Drive-Thru Pallet Racking

When it comes time for a new storage system in your facility, pallet racking may be your best option. Pallet racking consists of a set of upright frames connected in various ways by horizontal beams to provide storage for palletized or non-palletized product depending on the rack configuration and beam supports used. There are five… Continue reading When to Consider Drive-In/ Drive-Thru Pallet Racking