Drive-in and drive-through pallet racking systems are high-density rack solutions. These racks allow a vehicle drive-in access to products being stored. The only difference between drive-in and drive-through pallet rack systems is in the way the pallets are stocked and picked.
The drive-in system only allows loading and unloading pallets on one side of the racks. The lift truck raises the load to the height of the rail and places it in the specified storage location. Drive-in pallet racking is designed for last-in, first-out inventory(LIFO), so it is best suited for non-date-sensitive products.
On the other hand, the drive-through pallet racking system allows the loading of pallets on one side and the unloading of pallets on the opposite side. The truck does this by driving into racks themselves. The drive-through pallet racking system is best suited for first-in, first-out (FIFO) systems, so it is ideal for time-sensitive and perishable products.
Assemble all the tools you need to install your drive-in/drive-through racking system, such as:
Drive-thru pallet racks can be customized and come with different accessories for protection of the pallets and goods, such as row spacers, shims, anchors, upper longitudinal beams, forklift guide rails, frame and upright protection, base plates, horizontal braces, upright, pallet beams or support rails, brackets, pallet backstops, etc.
Canadian Rack Technologies can provide custom manufactured systems tailored to each client’s requirements.
At Canadian Rack Technologies, our drive-in and drive-through racking have been engineered to the highest industry standards. Contact us today for drive-in pallet racks in Toronto or Mississauga We can design drive-through racking systems in almost any configuration you want, so you can maximize the available space and height in your warehouse at an affordable cost.