Streamline Your Storage Efficiency
Engineered Handling Systems offers a selection of safe, durable warehouse racking solutions from manufacturers who have set the industry standard. These racks are built strong to withstand abuse, improve your uptime, reduce risks, and cut maintenance costs.
Benefits of Warehouse Racks & Racking Systems:
- Streamlined Organization: With our warehouse racking systems, you can keep your products organized efficiently, ensuring easy access and inventory management.
- Enhanced Workflow: Improve your workflow by optimizing the placement of your inventory, reducing the time spent searching for items, and enhancing overall productivity.
- Maximized Space: Every inch of available warehouse space is valuable. Our racking solutions are designed to maximize your storage capacity, allowing you to make the most of your facility’s footprint.
At EHS, we understand that every warehouse is unique, and that’s why we offer a diverse range of warehouse racks to suit your specific requirements. Whether you need to store pallets, boxes, or other heavy loads, our racks are constructed from heavy-duty steel to withstand the demands of your operation.
Types of Racks
- Pallet Racking: Ideal for storing palletized goods, pallet racking systems are robust and built to handle heavy loads. We can design and install pallet racking to accommodate various pallet sizes and capacities, ensuring a tailored solution for your needs.
- Cantilever Racking: When you need to store long or oversized items such as lumber, pipes, or steel bars, cantilever racking offers the perfect solution. Its open design allows for easy access and flexibility in storage.
- Push-Back Racking: If you require high-density storage with efficient space utilization, push-back racking systems are designed for you. These systems enable you to store multiple pallets deep to maximize your available space.
- Drive-in/Drive-Through Racking: Drive-in/drive-through racking systems maximize storage density by allowing forklifts to drive directly into the rack structure. Ideal for warehouses with limited space and products that can be stored using a last-in, first-out (LIFO) system.
- Flow Racking: Flow racking systems operate on a first-in, first-out (FIFO) principle, ensuring that the oldest inventory is picked first. They utilize gravity to move products from the loading end to the picking end, making them efficient for high-volume distribution centers and products with expiration dates.
- Movable Aisle Racking: Movable aisle racking offers flexibility in aisle configuration, allowing for space optimization by narrowing or opening aisles as needed. It maximizes storage space utilization and is suitable for businesses with varying inventory sizes and storage requirements.