Selective racking is the most common, and least expensive type of pallet rack. It is called "selective" because the user can select any pallet at any time, without moving other pallets.
Drive-In / Drive-Thru Rack
Drive-in rack and drive-thru systems are exceptionally suited to large stocks of relatively few product types. Use this high density system to reduce overall square footage requirements by 35% or more, compared to a standard pallet rack configuration.
Pallet Flow Rack
Pallet Flow Racks fully utilize available storage space and ensure the picking aisle has access to stocked pallets. In this first-in, first-out (FIFO) system, pallets are loaded at the top end of the slightly inclined rack. Then, pallets glide safely and effortlessly at a controlled rate to the front of the storage lane.
Cantilever racks are a medium to extra heavy-duty storage solution with load-bearing arms anchored to a steel column. These frames leave the front of the racks unimpeded by structural elements for direct pick access to goods.
As the optimal storage solution for lengthy or odd-shaped loads, cantilever racking easily holds furniture, lumber, tubes, fabric rolls, and pipes.