Drive-In/ Drive-Thru

HIGH DENSITY, FLOOR-TO-CEILING PALLETIZED STORAGE

Drive-In / Drive-Thru Pallet Rack systems are a cost-effective solution to high-density storage. This static system has rails running the depth of the rack for pallet placement. The only limitation to the depth of pallet storage is the capability to drive deep within the system. The rack depth reduces the need for aisles and drastically increases cubed space utilization. 

Drive-In systems load and retrieve from the same side, creating Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) inventory retrieval organization is great for dense bulk storage consolidation of like products. The pallets are stored back-to-back without aisles for exceptionally dense storage. This style of system is an excellent solution for product that is not time or date sensitive, or for fast moving pallets that are rotated frequently

Drive-In systems load and retrieve from the same side, creating Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) inventory retrieval organization is great for dense bulk storage consolidation of like products. The pallets are stored back-to-back without aisles for exceptionally dense storage. This style of system is an excellent solution for product that is not time or date sensitive, or for fast moving pallets that are rotated frequently.

Drive-Thru systems, unlike Drive-In, will always require an additional aisle, which eliminates some pallet locations and creates less dense storage. The pallets load from one side and unload from the other to create First-In-First-Out (FIFO) inventory retrieval. Forklifts can enter from either aisle. The rigidity of Drive-Thru racking comes from its overhead bracing or from being tied to the overhead structure. It is an excellent option for freezers, providing low cost bulk storage along with guaranteed stock rotation.

DRIVE-IN and DRIVE-THRU

Drive-In/Drive-Thru should be used for large volumes of like-product. Because of the high density storage, product is not easily accessible as pallets are stored floor to ceiling. However, dense storage can create space for up to seven times more product than floor stacking or three times more than pallet rack because pallets are stored back-to-back, floor-to-ceiling.

  • ROLL-FORMED or STRUCTURAL
  • High density pallet storage
  • Affordable cost
  • Specifically for uniform pallet loads
  • Reduces the amount of aisles
  • Increases space utilization