Mobile Racking

  • Maximum use of floor space –only one operating aisle
  • Save up to 40% of the space required by conventional pallet racking
  • Good occupancy rates in cold stores, freezer stores or ambient stores.
  • Mobile racking helps to reduce energy bills in the cold storage industry due to better utilization of the cube.
  • 100% individual pallet access
  • Modular design adapts to any requirement
  • FIFO
  • This system is the most effective form of storage and is purpose designed
  • The super structure can either be pallet racking or cantilever racking all depending on the requirements.

Mobile racking, also known as mobile shelving or high-density mobile storage, is an innovative and space-efficient storage solution designed to maximize storage capacity within limited floor space. Unlike traditional static shelving, mobile racking systems are mounted on motorized carriages or rails that allow the entire shelving structure to move horizontally. This dynamic design eliminates the need for fixed aisles between shelves, creating a compact and highly accessible storage configuration.

One of the primary advantages of mobile racking is its ability to significantly increase storage density. By eliminating wasted aisle space, mobile racking systems can use nearly the entire available floor area for storage. This makes them particularly suitable for environments where space is at a premium, such as archives, warehouses, offices, and industrial facilities. The increased storage density translates to a higher capacity for storing items within the same footprint.

Accessibility and organization are key features of mobile racking systems. The ability to move entire shelving units horizontally along the rails allows users to create an aisle where needed, facilitating easy access to stored items. This is especially beneficial in scenarios where quick and frequent retrieval of specific items is crucial. The mobile nature of the system also contributes to better organization, as items can be stored in a compressed manner while remaining easily retrievable.



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