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Mobile racking system
When you need to store bars, pipes or panels, you want quick and easy access at all times. This is precisely what cantilever racking was developed for.
Drive-in and drive-through racking are ideal for storing large quantities of heavy goods with a low variety of items.
Drive-through racking is often used to increase efficiency when order picking small parts and packages.
Whatever you do not need continuous access to can be conveniently stored high up in our movable modular racking system.
Wide-aisle multi-bay racking is the most commonly used racking system. It is ideally suited to storing large quantities of individual, primarily palleted items.
Narrow-aisle multi-bay racking is a giant among racking systems. It is ideally suited to storing large quantities of individual, primarily palleted items.
If you need to store lots of small parts, the warehouse space available is often insufficient. A modular racking floor system is recommended for this situation.
Our dynamic solutions are ideal when palleted goods need to be stacked and retrieved as quickly as possible.
Push-back racking is ideal when palleted goods of the same type are being put into compact storage in the warehouse.
If you need to store lots of different small parts, modular racking is the optimum solution.
Single-bay racking is ideal for ranges with large quantities per item and for heavy goods.
A structural steel platform is a quick way to gain additional space at height without having to make costly structural changes to the floor plan.
Lift racking enables high-density storage on a small footprint, be it in production or in the warehouse.
Paternoster racking functions according to the circulation principle. Like a carousel, the items rotate towards the service opening.
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