Pallet Racking York


Looking for pallet racking York? 2h Storage Solutions Ltd are leading suppliers and installers of pallet racking for Pallet Racking York and surrounding areas. We provide new and used pallet racking and warehouse storage systems which are fit for purpose for today’s warehousing environments. If you are moving to or opening a new warehouse in Pallet Racking York and need expert advice on your pallet racking layout, our experienced team at 2h Storage Solutions Ltd will ensure you get the right solution for your exact needs.

2h Storage Solutions design pallet racking Pallet Racking York systems and layouts to maximize your benefits from your warehouse and storage. We provide free site surveys and full CAD drawings, advice on aisle sizes and health and safety requirements. From mobile pallet racking, longspan and shortspan shelving, pallet live racking, wide and narrow aisle pallet racking, right through to a complete automated warehouse systems. We will look at your requirements and challenges to select the best pallet racking which is cost effective, and offers minimal impact on the environment.

FILO racking systemOffering a range of solutions for first-in first-out, and first-in last-out picking requirements. We can tailor the system to meet your current fleet of mechanical handling equipment. We can also supply you with a full range of forklift trucks, reach trucks, stock pickers and electric scissor lifts.

Our pallet racking and warehouse storage solutions are held at our warehouse in Wetherby, West Yorkshire. We have over 20 years experience supplying pallet racking in Pallet Racking York.  Our design consultants will help you select the right type and layouts of pallet racking for your exact requirements.

Below are some of the pallet racking we supply. If you don’t know how to organise your storage and need help and advice on pallet racking Pallet Racking York, call us today on 01937 585 057 and one of our team will be happy to help.

Adjustable Pallet Racking

Adjustable pallet racking, also known as selective pallet racking, finds widespread usage in warehouses and distribution centers as it offers easy access to individual pallets. It suits facilities with a variety of products and frequent stock turnover due to its flexibility. The system consists of vertical frames and horizontal beams that users can adjust to accommodate different pallet sizes and weights. The vertical frames, made of steel, allow for efficient utilization of vertical space as they can be adjusted to various heights. The horizontal beams, attached to the frames, permit storage of pallets at varying depths.

This type of racking enables high accessibility and selectivity, ensuring quick retrieval of stored goods. Warehouse productivity improves since forklifts can access individual pallets without having to move others. Moreover, it proves versatile as it is compatible with various handling equipment, meeting diverse storage needs.

Cantilever Racking

Cantilever racking is a specialized storage system tailored for long, bulky, or irregularly shaped items such as lumber, pipes, or metal bars. It stands apart from traditional pallet racking as it lacks front vertical frames, allowing easy front access.

The system comprises vertical columns with extending horizontal arms, creating a cantilever effect. Users can adjust these arms to different heights, accommodating items of varying lengths. It comes in single-sided and double-sided configurations, the latter permitting storage on both rack sides.

Cantilever racking benefits users with its high accessibility and efficient use of space. It facilitates quick and direct access to stored items, streamlining loading and unloading processes. Moreover, its absence of front columns allows for easy maneuvering of forklifts or other handling equipment, reducing the risk of product damage and enhancing safety.

Double Deep Pallet Racking

Double deep pallet racking optimizes storage density by storing pallets two-deep. It requires specialized forklifts with extended reach to access the second pallet position behind the first one. This system suits facilities with a large quantity of pallets and a relatively low stock turnover.

The design of double deep pallet racking means that only half of the pallets are immediately accessible at any given time, as the second pallet is positioned behind the first one. This reduces overall selectivity compared to standard pallet racking but increases storage capacity by utilizing the depth of the racking system more efficiently.

Drive-In Pallet Racking

Drive-in pallet racking, a high-density storage system, maximizes space utilization. Pallets are stored on horizontal rails forming tunnels, and forklifts enter these tunnels to place or retrieve pallets. Typically, the last-in, first-out (LIFO) principle is employed, making it suitable for storing large quantities of the same product with minimal stock rotation.

Drive-in racking offers cost-effectiveness by reducing the number of aisles required compared to other racking systems. However, access to individual pallets may be slower, as forklifts must navigate through the tunnels to reach the desired pallet. Thus, it suits facilities with high pallet quantities of relatively few SKUs.

Longspan Shelving

Longspan shelving, or medium-duty shelving, presents a versatile storage system combining the benefits of pallet racking and traditional shelving. It handles heavier loads and larger items than standard shelving units but is not as robust as pallet racking.

The system features vertical uprights and horizontal beams that support shelves, allowing easy adjustment to accommodate different shelf heights. It finds common usage in retail, industrial, and commercial settings, meeting the need for a mix of hand-picking and storage of larger items.

Mobile Pallet Racking

Mobile pallet racking, also known as mobile aisle racking or compact pallet racking, represents a high-density storage solution to maximize warehouse space utilization. Unlike traditional static racking systems, mobile racking operates on guided tracks and users can move it electronically or manually to open up access aisles.

The system creates a movable aisle that allows access to a specific pallet position. When not in use, the aisles can be closed, compacting the racking system and reducing the amount of unused space between racks. This feature significantly increases storage capacity, making it an ideal choice for cold storage and environments with limited space.