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Push-back racking

2013-6-15      View:
  • Brand   road
  • Type   RD-g001
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    Push-back racking is a rack system that combines standard selective pallet racking with a cart and rail system that sets on horizontal load beams. As in standard selective racking, you typically have two pallets side by side on a beam level but the advantage is you can have 2,3,4,5 pallet positions deep.

How Push Back Racks work?
Pallets are placed by forklift on nested carts riding on inclined rails. Each pallet is then pushed back by subsequent pallet loading, exposing the next cart. When removing product, the forklift takes out the front pallet, allowing the pallets on carts behind it to roll gently to the front of the rack. The nested carts make placement and retrieval easy.

1) Better use of warehouse space - Push back offers up to 90% more product storage than selective rack systems.
2) Store a variety of SKUs on different levels of lanes for easy product access.
3) Interlocking carts help percent dangerous jamming and costly product damage.
4) Increased selectivity - up to 400% more selectivity than drive-in racks.
5) High storage density coupled with selectivity for faster pick rates.
6) Color coded carts for easy visual inventory.
7) Large target for loading and unloading.
8) Maximizes space utilization.
9) "Last in, first out" inventory.




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