warehouse pallet racking storage solutions california

Figuring out the best way to structure and expand your warehouse capacity is crucial to everything from productivity and efficiency to safety. At Madland Toyota-Lift, our professional staff is trained to help you decide the most cost-effective way to use pallet racking, shelving, mezzanines and more to maximize your resources. There are many different ways these solutions can be configured to take the best advantage of your unique situation.

Cantilever Racking

Cantilever racking is the best option for storing products with length or bulk, such as timber and piping. Cantilever racking allows for easy access to products since it has no front column.

Selective Racking

Selective racking is a popular and common choice and allows access to product from the structure’s aisle. Selective racking is easy to configure for your unique situations.

Push Back Racking

Push back racking are structured for a last-in/first-out rotation and work well for high-density product storage. Push back racking allows pallets already on the racks to be pushed back when a new pallet is loaded.

Drive-In Racking

Drive-in pallet racking also has a last-in/first-out pallet rotation and helps to maximize warehouse floor space. Drive-in pallet racking is cost effective because of the way it utilizes floor space, as well as allowing forklifts to continue working in the aisles.

Pallet Flow Racking

Pallet flow racking uses the first-in/first-out method of pallet retrieval and use gravity to allow pallets to move from higher end to lower end. As pallets are continuously loaded, rotation becomes automatic, making these racks ideal for high-density storage.

Carton Flow Racking

Carton flow racking also employs the first-in/first-out rotation and use a rear-loading systems that rotates product automatically. Carton flow racking allows for maximum storage and efficiency.

When deciding what racking system will work best for your material handling applications, it’s helpful to have a clear picture of what you’ll be storing, including the size and weights of the product. Other considerations include the type of pallets that your product will be coming into your warehouse on, as well as the type of flooring your racking system will be placed on in your facility. Let the professionals at Madland Toyota-Lift inspect your material handling facility, understand your needs and wants and help you come up with an efficient and budget-friendly way to make the most of your resources.