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In drive in racks, pallets are arranged in such a way that they may slide backwards on a rail, allowing for more depth storage and freeing up more floor space.
Forklifts enter the racking from one side to load or unload pallets stored further in the system using Drive-In Racking.
This type of arrangement has only one access into the pallet racks. Pallets of items are loaded onto the rails at the back of the shelving by a forklift driver. Older products are pushed aside to make room for newer ones.
For large quantities of the same or limited SKUs, drive-in pallet racking is an excellent high-density storage option.
It allows deep, compressed storage with a Last-In/First-Out storage system with single-aisle access. A drive-in racking system is a good choice for storing a lot of comparable products in a little amount of space.
Organizations will try to store as many products in as little space as possible in order to save money on freezer or cold storage.
In a warehouse, drive-in racking is more efficient than selective racking, which has multiple aisles with spaces in between allowing access by a forklift because of the number of pallets.