Pallet Racking

Pallet Racking Solutions

Our pallet racking systems are available in several different styles which can meet a varied range of storage requirements, offering both first-in first-out and first-in last-out picking options. No matter which mechanical handing equipment you currently use or would ideally like to use, our pallet racking systems can accommodate several loading and unloading methods as well as semi-automated and crane served solutions.

The benefits of our varied range of racking and pallet storage systems include UK-manufactured products to internationally recognised quality standards – and flexibility, as we can create bespoke solutions tailored to your warehouse pallet racking requirements.

Our pallet racking systems are fully adjustable within their design specifications in order to fulfil any changing storage requirements. This functionality is particularly relevant within the Retail sector where flexibility is a pre-requisite for our customers.

We also offer a wide range of accessories and rack protection products, SEIRS accredited installation services and SEMA approved racking safety inspections.

Standard Adjustable Wide Aisle

Easily installed, cost-effective and versatile, wide aisle racking is the most popular pallet storage system and allows direct access to each pallet stored. With adjustable beams, racking can be re-configured to accommodate changes in the type of goods stored and wide aisles allow access by all types of truck, making specialised handling equipment unnecessary.

Push Back

Pallets are loaded in sequence onto specifically designed inclined push back beds. When a load is retrieved the remaining pallets move forward into position at the picking face. Pallets are retrieved on a first-in, last-out basis and with each product having a dedicated lane, dynamic push-back racking is particularly useful in marshalling areas and for long-term bulk storage and handling.

Double Deep

Double deep, as the name implies, allows pallets to be stored two deep but ensure that they are still accessible from the same aisle. By reducing the number of access aisles and using the space saved to accommodate additional racking, a double deep configuration provides a highly space-efficient storage system. The first-in, last-out system, uses lift trucks with telescopic forks.

Narrow Aisle

By allowing forklift trucks to operate in aisles up to half the width required in wide aisle pallet racking, narrow aisle makes excellent use of floor space and maximises the height at which goods can be stacked. Using specialised lift trucks narrow aisle racking is precision designed for safe, efficient load handling within the tight confines of these space-efficient aisles.


By dispensing with access aisles, drive-in racking provides a high-density of storage in a given area to increase capacity by some 60-80% over conventional ‘aisle’ racking. Pallets are stored on guide rails in the depth of the racking and forklift trucks enter these storage lanes to deposit or retrieve loads.