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Pallet racking has been the most popular form of storage for decades. Ever since the first retailer started running out of space, this simple and effective form of shelving has provided the backbone to every successful business.
Pallets, forklifts and people have been the essential components for every warehouse for over 100 years. Although both of the ﬁrst two aspects have evolved since then, the logistics industry today is still heavily reliant on the one component that hasn’t evolved – people.
Buying behaviour has changed exponentially in the last few decades and, as more and more people shop online, it is a change that is continuing to accelerate.
Before you go ahead and invest in a new warehouse storage solution, it is well worth taking time to consider what your goals are and then selecting adjustable pallet racking which helps you meet these goals.
Making sure your warehouse complies with the latest legislation in warehouse safety and pandemic protection is critical to smooth operations and team safety.
The days when primarily the largest companies were investing in storage machines are over.
If you have a cold storage warehouse, you will appreciate the costs involved not only in building the facility but in maintaining it at a constant low or sub-zero temperature.
At the heart of a warehouse management system is understanding the demands of the products that must be stored and investing in equipment to meet these needs while optimising warehouse capacity.
Pallets have always formed an essential part of any warehouse or distribution centre operation, but to think that one pallet is very like another is to underestimate the variety of this most versatile of innovations.
We’ve always needed cold storage for food and medicines, but this fact – rarely commented on in the mainstream media – hit the headlines during the creation of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Warehousing space comes with many associated costs and the larger the warehouse, in general, the bigger the running costs. Therefore, it makes sense to maximise the use of the space available, and that means not just looking at using the footprint capacity, but the height too.
Efficient organisation of a warehouse is key to ensuring it operates at optimum capacity. One way to improve warehouse processes and operations is using the ABC method of inventory analysis.
The expansion of the facility will further reinforce the high standards and increase output to meet higher customer demands, as well as creating the space to develop and test new products to add to Dexion’s already comprehensive product portfolio.
Our testing centre is integral to our high standards and workmanship of our products, where we continually innovate new products and improve existing ones.