Posted on 9th May 2018
The construction and operating costs of a cold storage warehouse are vital to maximise storage capacity in the minimum floor area, is absolutely essential.
With technology moving on at a pace, the ability to consider dynamic and semi-automated storage solutions in your cold store is now a real opportunity and one which can bring a significant return on your investment.
So here is our guide to the best options for your cold store racking systems
Mobile pallet racking enables you to enjoy high density storage with 100% availability thanks to the use of automated mobile bases which are moved via electronic controls to open and close aisles.
Our mobile Racking solution uses the latest technology to enables access to any aisle in as little as 45 seconds ? quick enough for even the fastest forklift driver.
The superb utilisation of the cubic space combined with 100% availability has made it a real favourite for cold stores with a large number of SKUs
– Maximises capacity
– 100% availability of picking faces
– Excellent space utilisation
– Achieve up to 100% more capacity over static racking
Radio shuttle racking is a superb semi-automated high-density storage solution which is ideal for cold stores which need to accommodate a large number of pallet positions but with a relatively low number of SKUs.
The system uses a shuttle which can automatically retrieve and despatch pallets into the system
– Maximises capacity
– Excellent space utilisation of cubic storage space
– Massive improvements in efficiency and productivity
– Dramatically reduces forklift travel times
– FILO or FIFO options
Push back racking can be a highly effective storage solution for cold stores, particularly for smaller installations, enabling pallets to be stored up to 6 deep using gravity fed carts to push the individual pallets back into the system.
This system is ideal for cold stores which feature smaller batches of products or where multiple forklifts require access at any one time.
Drive in racking was traditionally a popular solution for use in a cold store, mainly due to the comparatively low capital investment required at the installation level. The high-density solution offers a large number of pallet positions in the floor area, however, due to the nature of the system, many users have experienced low utilisation levels, especially where stock rotation is required.
Ongoing damage to uprights can be a major issue for clients with approximately 10-15% requiring to be replaced on an annual basis.
If you want to maximise your cold store through the use of second hand or new storage solution, please don?t hesitate to get in touch with us on 0800 345 7088 or send an email to email@example.com
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