PALLET RACKING

Spima is the sole distributor for SSI-Schaefer Systems, the largest and highest quality supplier of storage and automation systems providers in the world. Whether you want simple light duty shelving for boxes or heavy duty pallet racking with automation for storage of large or bulky goods, Spima can advise, design and supply the right solution for you. For an overview of racking systems please click here.

APR (Adjustable pallet racking)

APR (Adjustable pallet racking)

The most common and cost effective system on the market, the APR, or selectable pallet rack system is widely used throughout most warehouses across the world. 

Drive in system

Drive in system

Drive-in system belongs to the family of high density storage system and is a cost effective solution for large quantities of identical items.

Flow rack

Flow rack

Where there is a desire for high throughput as well as expiry dates to be monitored, hence the first pallet stored is the first to be retrieved then the flow rack system is the right choice.

Double deep pallet racking

Double deep pallet racking

A variant of APR racking is the double deep system offering more capacity but at the same time limiting accessibility to 50%.

Mobile racking

Mobile racking

The main system belonging to the family of dynamic storage, the mobile rack is as versatile as it is efficient in storage.

Push back system

Push back system

VNA (Very narrow aisle)

VNA (Very narrow aisle)

Another variant or APR racking is the VNA, or Very narrow aisle system, which has the same configuration but aisle widths of 1800-2000mm.

Channel storage (Schaefer orbiter system)

Channel storage (Schaefer orbiter system)

The highest density system of all is the channel storage, where a depth of up to 40 pallets per channel can be realised.

Multi-tier on rack

Multi-tier on rack

Long span and pallet racking systems extended in height can be equipped with aisles to create easy storage and access by use of multi-tier levels.

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