Push back Pallet Racking

Key benefits

  • High-density FILO storage
  • 2,3,4,5 pallet deep
  • Gravity fed forward
  • Access to all levels at all times


Push back Pallet Racking

Push back pallet racking uses the same principles as Gravity flow racking only the other way around. With one-way traffic and the FILO (first in, last out) principle.

The forklift loads pallets in one end of the slightly sloped platform. After this, the next pallet pushes the previous pallet backward. It then lands on a parallel, moderately elevated platform. This process is then repeated for each pallet position to a maximum of four pallets depth. The result is suitability for medium quantities of uniform goods. Ask BOS storage systems for more info and how this system can help your warehouse storage needs.

Push Back Benefits

High density racking with limited space solution. Have you thought of Push back racking? It’s a very smart live system of racking, that allows you to always access the front pick location, but store pallets backwards into the racking system. Its just like having pallets stored backwards on a slide. Each time a pallet is removed the pallet behind it takes its place. And it’s the same to load the rack back up! Just like the name suggests, you push back the pallets to create room in the front for another pallet. It’s a clean and easy to use racking system that may very well be the answer to your storage needs.

Reduce Warehouse Aisles

Do you need access to your pallets but squeezed for space? Have you considered Push back Pallet racking? It’s a LIFO System that ensures you have access to all pallets in the forward pick location but you can store back up pallets behind it. Do you need to store a number of the same product but don’t want to waste a whole run of racking on it? If you have push back rack, you have a few pick locations of this product but have a large amount of extra pallets behind it. So when you need more the pallets are still there, but not in the way when you don’t want them.

Applicable Industries:

– Chemical Storage – Liquid Storage – Dry Store – IBC – Cement Storage – Packaging – Food Distribution

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