Shelving

 

Wide range of settings for manual picking and light loads. All systems are modular and very easy to assemble. Our solutions support up to 700 Kg per tray.


Pallet racking

Wide range of solutions for all types and sizes of loads and heights. We can adapt our systems to any type of pallet requirements. Our designs are based on the best use of space depending on the needs.


Drive-in racking

With this type of solution the use of the space compared to the conventional pallet racking increases up to 80%. This solution is ideal for large quantities of same products or same reference. The forklift goes in each of the aisles to place or remove the pallet.

This type of solution may work under the following principles:

FILO: First in – Last out

FIFO: First in – First out


Pallet live storage

The live storage system provides a compact storage method under the FIFO (First-in/first-out) principle. This system uses slightly inclined roller conveyor which moves the pallet from the point of loading to the discharge point with a controlled speed. This solution is optimal for high turnover products.


Carton flow rack

Solution based on the FIFO principle (First-in/first-out) for light loads. This system uses slightly inclined roller conveyor which moves the carton or box from the point of loading to the discharge point with a controlled speed. This solution is optimal for order picking.

We also incorporate some value added solutions to the systems like pick-to-light.


Cantilever rack

Cantilever shelves are particularly suitable for storing long loads. Cantilever shelving is ideal for the storage of beams, profiles, pipes, timber, etc. We also offer mobile cantilever racks solutions.


Mobile racking

Mobile racking is the best solution for the maximization of the use of the available space. We offer different type of solutions. This solution is ideal for archive storage, boxes, clothing, tires and material of high value. Also available for pallets, especially for storage of temperature controlled down to -40°.

The gain in capacity can be up to 100%, when compared to a traditional warehousing system