What Is Drive In Racking?

With drive-in racking, pallets are placed so they can slide backwards on a rail, thus storing them more deeply and creating more space in the warehouse. Drive-In Racking involves the forklift entering the racking from one side to load or retrieve the pallets which are stored more deeply.

Drive in rack types:

1.Single entry rack

 Involve racks that have forklift access to one side only.

2.Double entry racks 

Involve racks where forklifts can access both sides of the racking structure. A row of the racks at the centre of this structure is held in place by a large beam.

When should you use Drive-In Racking?

1)If you have products that need cold/freezer type storage.

2)If you have large amounts of similar products and a limited space then drive-in racking is probably your best option when it comes to storage.

3)If you have fragile product loads which cannot be stored in block stacks.