Pallet Racking

Pallet racking is the most racking method for unit loads. Mitsubishi Logisnext Europe offers a range of solutions for this storage option.

The following vehicles are optimal for pallet racking

Pallet racking is the most common racking method for unit loads, and one that makes individual pallets easily accessible. Pallet racks can be adjusted and supplemented with ease, and the racking can be fitted with bearers for cables, half-pallets, drawer units and more.

This storage method has a low capital cost and is flexible. The aisles required depend on the trucks chosen and whether traffic is one-way or two-way. For stand-on stackers, the aisle may be as narrow as just 2.2 m. Reach trucks need an aisle of at least 2.6 m, pedestrian stackers require 2.7 m, counterbalance trucks call for 3.5 m and picking trucks need at least 1.2 m.

Mitsubishi Logisnext Europe offers a range of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) that your facility can use to make pallet racking safer and more reliable.

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