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Drive-In Racking

Drive-In Pallet Racking Systems

Drive-in pallet racking is the lowest cost and most popular form of high-density pallet storage. This pallet storage system provides excellent storage capacity as well as offering easy access to your products.

It can be serviced by a variety of forklifts including counterbalance and reach trucks, although there are some limitations so be sure to investigate this before deciding on drive-in racking for your business.

Drive-in racking uses the storage principle that the first pallet in is the last pallet out (FILO), so consider if this format is ideal for your requirements. This method is perfect for many imperishable products, but it is especially convenient for companies that keep an inventory that has few SKUs but larger volumes of each.

Is this pallet racking storage suitable for your business? For more information on drive-in pallet racking solutions, call us on 1800 810 331 or read our blog post that goes into more depth on this convenient pallet racking system.

System designed to Genuine FEM compliance

  • Galvanised Uprights, Bracing and Pallet Runners
  • Orange powdercoated Runner Supports and Pallet Stops
  • Very low selectivity
  • Effective occupancy rate: 60-75% (depending on lane depth and height)
  • Capacity increase over Selective Rack: Varies to 500% effectively
  • Unlimited lane depth – recommend max 10 pallets deep for activity efficiency
  • No limits to height or depth of structure
  • Standard forklifts can be utilised – with some limitations
  • High density storage for a low SKU count is required and where block stacking is not desirable.
  • Where Last In, First Out (LIFO) operation is acceptable.
  • Australian Standard pallets in use – capable of supporting load between rack runners.
  • Cold storage of palletised foods
  • Palletised bulk liquids (Drinks, etc.)
  • Ideal for some staging applications
  • Selectivity of individual pallets is not required
  • Where First In, First Out (FIFO) operation is required
  • Individual pallet access/selection is required
  • Warehouses with a large number of SKUs and low number of pallets per SKU (consider selective pallet racking)


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