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Even in a state of the art warehouse for Food and Drink, standard pallet racking is still the most common form of pallet storage. The versatility of this pallet racking system means this can be assembled in a single or double deep configuration, to fit your specific storage needs.
Food and Drink is generally packaged in some way which can then be easily stored on pallets. Depending on the layout of your warehouse, a range of aisle widths are possible to maximise your available space. Racking is not generally subject to any restrictions in layout and provides accessibility at all times to your goods.
Pallet Flow or Carton Flow is ideal for achieving FIFO picking. If goods have a high turnover, which is common in the Food and Drink industry, Pallet or Carton Flow ensures the product batches are shipped out in the correct order.
Food and Drink pallets are placed on sloping storage lanes and gravity moves the pallet forward along a roller bed. The speed of the pallet is controlled by a series of brake rollers and halted by a stop unit.
This type of storage is frequently used in the Drink industry and requires only two aisles, one for loading and one for retrieval.