Colby Drive In Racking

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A low cost, versatile solution for high density pallet storage

Drive In Pallet Racking is the most popular form of high-density pallet racking, designed for storing large quantities of the same product and to ensure optimal performance at the lowest cost per footprint.

By using ledges instead of beams, forklifts are able to drive into the empty rack locations, which makes the storage of multi-deep pallets possible and eliminates aisles, allowing for remarkably dense storage.

This is a great solution for situations where selectivity isn’t a necessity; perfect for businesses with few SKU’s but large volumes of each. Providing excellent storage capacity, Drive In Pallet Racking works on the last pallet in, first pallet out (LIFO) principle making it ideal for imperishable items.


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Features & Benefits

  • Works on Last In, First Out (LIFO) principle
  • Designed for storing large quantities of the same product
  • High density storage for fast moving SKU’s
  • Picking and replenishing is facilitated by a variety of conventional forklifts (including Counterbalanced and Reach Trucks)
  • Lane depth is limited only by practicality
  • Efficiently concentrates storage
  • Uniquely designed, independently adjustable cantilever brackets allow for different storage levels in adjacent lanes
  • Maximises warehouse space by eliminating picking aisles, creating more storage within the same available floor space
  • An excellent solution for cool room and/or freezer storage
  • Streamlined rack protection for safer operation
  • Robust pallet runners for easy load positioning
  • Heavy-duty bracing connects symmetrically to the upright, increasing the strength and load carrying capacity while reducing the amount of bracing
  • Backstops prevent pallets from being pushed too far into the racking, further increasing safety
  • Purpose designed, heavy-duty floor channels help guide forklifts into the Pallet Racking bays, ensuring quick and easy alignment, safer handling and reduces the risk of damage