Pushback racking is ideal when palleted goods of the same type are being put into compact storage in the warehouse. Unlike drive-through racking, goods are stored and retrieved from just one side. This reduces transport routes and also saves time and space. This type of dynamic storage is also often used for buffer channels. Pushback racking comprises racking uprights connected together to form a channel. The conveyors are tilted for particularly easy item retrieval, with the following unit moving up automatically. When stacking, units already stacked must be pushed up against the slope. There are usually three pallets in a rack, with the option of adding more. Stacking is typically done lengthways by forklift trucks or by using support arm stackers
- Various storage modules to adapt to all warehouse circumstances.
- Standard structural elements employing the modular principle.
- Can be combined with other Jungheinrich racking.
- Advice from experts with sound sector experience.
- Tailored solutions for various sectors, e.g. grocery sector, wholesale, production industry and many more.
- Compact storage system making efficient use of the space available as fewer aisles are required.
- Ideal utilisation of the space available through automatic replenishment.
- Faster order picking thanks to shorter routes.
- High warehouse density with lowest proportion of travel routes.
- 30-35 % faster loading/unloading than with drive-in racking.
- Goods-to-person principle for faster processes.
- Independent test rigs at the production facilities ensure constant quality at all sites worldwide.
- RAL quality seal: Regular inspection of quality and safety according to stringent guidelines by an independent institute.
- Speed controller prevents uncontrolled pallet movement.
- Minimal maintenance effort due to use of gravity.
- Disruption-free system.
- Separate stacking and retrieval means reduced traffic, which avoids accidents.