This racking system is ideal for combining two, usually complementary, warehousing operations. It incorporates a conventional pallet racking system above a structure configured for the manual storage of medium sized goods.
The storage modules are arranged in rows forming intervening aisles which are dimensioned according to the forklift trucks’ characteristics and the functional needs of the logistics management system in use. The structure is installed according to the physical constraints of the loads and the means by which they are handled. As it can house large palletised loads, handled by mechanical equipment but which can simultaneously be accessed by workers carrying out picking operations, then the installation’s design must be optimised to guarantee the safety of employees, stock and the storage system itself.
This solution is ideal when palletised warehouse management needs to be combined with manual preparation of orders or product handling. The manually accessed lower levels are designed for this latter function, while the upper levels are prepared for storing goods on pallets that are used to replenish the picking area.
This system is especially suitable for uniform products with a high quantity of units per product, high rotation and which can be both stacked on pallets and handled manually.
Depending on each project’s characteristics, the storage system can be used to house any kind of product; furthermore, its design provides enough versatility to adapt to unforeseen functional changes or new working systems. This is because the entire range of accessories can be installed seamlessly on both of the product lines incorporated in this mixed system.
Operational flexibility and continuity by combining manual picking tasks that are backed up by large reserves of palletised stock.
Organised and controlled stock management because products come in and go out in the same work layout. This means items can be replenished immediately, while simultaneously providing a clear vision of stock rotation flow and reserve supplies.
Given the multiple configuration possibilities of the system’s structural components, it can be used to store very diverse goods or combine different types of material in the same system.
Since it is a combination of two very widespread and efficient structural systems, then its technical reliability, design capacity, the productivity of its implementation and the extremely short-term cost-effectiveness of its use have been thoroughly tried and tested.
There is no need for large investments in specific goods handling equipment or machinery; it is designed as a straightforward, immediate and effective logistics operation.
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