Warehouse Pallet Racking

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What Are Warehouse Pallet Racking Systems

Warehouse pallet racking systems are extremely varied in their features, various benefits, options for customisation and the competitive advantages that each offers. It’s essential to find the perfect pallet racking solution for your company’s requirements to ensure that it serves its purpose correctly.

A well-designed industrial pallet racking system will enable your warehouse space to be used more efficiently and safely, helping with storage space, managing inventory and generally improving operational performance. Every type of pallet racking system serves a different and unique purpose from wide aisle to narrow aisle and cantilever, push back to mobile and shuttle pallet racking.

Quickline Storage can offer the perfect solution to your pallet racking requirements and will help design the perfect bespoke warehouse pallet racking solution to suit your business processes. We get to know your business and procedures in detail to create the ideal solution for you. We deliver quickly and efficiently and our warehouse pallet racking is of the highest quality while being cost effective.

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Our Warehouse Pallet Racking Systems

Wide Aisle Pallet Racking

This is the backbone of warehouse storage space solutions – the most standard and widely used – and for good reason. It provides direct access to each pallet which makes it highly versatile and suitable for a wide range of products. As they are stored in wide aisles, forklifts can manoeuvre them easily and as each pallet is accessible without moving others it’s perfect for businesses with diverse inventory or rapid product turnover – ensuring efficient stock rotation.

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Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking

Ideal for warehouses with storage space restrictions, especially limited floor space. The aisles are spaced closer together and will usually necessitate specialised forklifts to navigate them and access the pallets – to allow for maximising vertical space. This type of warehouse pallet racking is perfect for businesses looking to optimise their current space without having to expand their building’s footprint or move location.

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Cantilever Pallet Racking

This type of industrial pallet racking system is designed to accommodate long and oversized items that don’t fit well on traditional pallets. With arms extending from vertical columns which are adjustable arm lengths and load capacities, it is an ideal solution for lumber, pipes and other large construction materials. It ensures efficient storage and retrieval of long and bulky products.

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Push Back Pallet Racking

Warehouse pallet racking that use the push back solution are perfect for businesses that manage bulk stock with high turnover rates. Pallets are loaded from the front and the system uses a gravity flow mechanism to push pallets backwards as new ones are added at the front. It suits a Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) inventory rotation and reduces the amount of forklift use while contributing to faster turnover of bulk stock.

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Mobile Pallet Racking

The very best way to maximise floor space within a warehouse, this pallet racking system has racking units mounted on mobile bases that move laterally and create access aisles where, and when, they’re needed. This type of pallet racking creates high-density, space-saving storage that maximises available storage and increases security while minimising the number of access aisles.

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Pallet Live Racking

This works as an efficient storage system in which pallets are loaded on inclining gravity rollers that operate on a First-In, First-Out (FIFO) method. As a pallet is removed from the front of the rack, the pallets behind it move forward. This improves accessibility and eliminates the need for aisles and manual movement of pallets.

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Drive-In Pallet Racking

Ideal for high-density storage and large quantities of the same item. Drive-in pallet racking is a storage solution designed for maximising space. It operates on a Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) system. They minimise the number of aisles between racks which enables pallets to be accessed directly. Drive-in pallet racking also helps improve operational efficiency and makes the most out of available space.

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Tailored Warehouse Pallet Racking Solutions to Meet Your Needs

At Quickline Storage, we pride ourselves on the quality of our warehouse pallet racking systems which sets us apart from other pallet racking suppliers. We achieve our tailored solutions by becoming familiar with your business processes and operation in detail so that we can curate the perfect pallet racking solution for your workspace, storage capacity, productivity and ultimately profitability. We are fully committed to the unique customisation of each system for your unique business’s needs regardless of your warehouse’s size and shape.

We always aim to supply on time and within budget whilst causing the minimum amount of disruption to your operations. Our industrial pallet racking systems are not only the most competitively priced available but we have a proven track record of delivering our tailored solutions to the complete satisfaction of our previous clients.

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Customised Solutions

We tailor make every warehouse pallet racking system for the exact needs of your business to guarantee it is the perfect system for your requirements.


Maximised Space Utilisation

We understand that space is a premium to everyone, so we ensure that the solution we design for you is the most efficient use of your available space.


Safety and Compliance

The safety of your team and ours is paramount, and we make sure that all of our installations meet health and safety standards and regulations keeping you compliant.

Key Benefits of Warehouse Pallet Racking

Enhanced Safety

Efficient storage equals enhanced safety for all those working in and around the warehouse. Safety is the number one priority for every employer and having a good pallet racking system ensures that stock can be stored and managed safely preventing falls and injuries.

Increased Warehouse Efficiency

Having the right warehouse pallet racking system provides a more efficient storage solution than many traditional methods and this means that stock can be rotated effectively or there is easy access to all types of stock for rapid retrieval.

Maximising Warehouse Space

No matter how big or small the warehouse space you have, the space can always be better utilised with an efficient pallet racking system. At Quickline, we’re wizards at creating more space for your operations without you needing to extend the building or move as some of our pallet racking systems are precisely designed to maximise your available area.

A Cost-Effective Solution

When you need to expand your warehouse’s capacity but don’t want to go to the expense of having to move or expand your building, a much more cost-effective solution is to install a great warehouse pallet racking system which maximises your space at a fraction of the cost. Quickline is an expert at helping you find the most efficient way to get a pallet racking system that not only works for your business but also saves you money.

Warehouse Racking FAQs

If you have more questions about our warehouse pallet racking systems, see our frequently asked questions below or get in touch with a friendly and expert member of our team.

What are the most important considerations with pallet racking?

When considering pallet racking for your warehouse, several critical factors must be taken into account:

  • Storage needs – First, assess your storage needs, including the type and size of products you’ll be storing. Consider the available space in your facility and any height restrictions.
  • Safety – Safety is paramount, so make sure your racking system complies with local regulations and industry standards.
  • Budget – You’ll also want to evaluate your budget, as different racking systems come with varying costs.
  • Scalability – Think about future scalability, as your storage requirements may change over time.
  • Other things – Consider factors like accessibility, inventory rotation methods (FIFO or LIFO), and customisation options to ensure the racking system aligns with your specific operational needs.
What is the most common pallet racking system?

The most common pallet racking system is wide aisle pallet racking. It’s widely used in warehouses and distribution centres thanks to its versatility and accessibility. It allows for direct access to each pallet, making it suitable for a broad range of products. It’s easy to adjust and reconfigure, accommodating changing inventory needs. This system is characterised by upright frames and cross beams that support the pallets. It has high selectivity, efficient use of space and the ability to facilitate good stock rotation, making it the preferred choice for businesses with frequently changing inventory.

What should I look for in a racking inspection?

When conducting a racking inspection, several crucial aspects should be assessed to ensure the safety and integrity of your storage system.

  • Damage – Start by checking for visible signs of damage, such as bent or twisted frames, damaged beams or missing safety clips.
  • Fixings – Inspect the anchoring and stability of the racking to ensure it is securely fastened to the floor. Examine the condition of load beams, wire decking and safety accessories like column protectors and guardrails.
  • Shelving – Pay attention to any overloading or uneven loading of shelves, which can lead to structural problems.
  • Regulations – Review the racking system’s compliance with local safety regulations and industry standards.

Regular inspections are essential for preventing accidents and maintaining the longevity of your racking system and our expert team are happy to offer advice about inspecting and maintaining your racking system.