Pallet Stacking – How High is Too High? | Apex Safety Spotlight

Avoid Unnecessary Warehouse Hazards with an Empty Pallet Storage Plan Workplace safety is effectively a tool for producing cost-effective warehouse operations. Preventing injuries, damage and productivity slowdowns allows your staff to move safely and effectively about the facility and saves valuable time and expense. With billions of pallets flowing in and out of U.S. warehouse…read more

Get on the Right Track with Push-Back Rack Carts, Wheels, & Rails

Push-back pallet rack is a dense storage solution that combines the density of drive-in rack with the selectivity of single selective rack for high volume, multi-SKU applications. 2 to 6-deep push-back lanes consist of nested wheeled carts that flow on top of inclined rails set inside the pallet rack bay. The carts are designed to…read more

Move Over Static Rack, Mobile Rack is Changing the Warehouse Landscape

  Let’s face it: space is at a premium everywhere, including in warehouse and production facilities across the country. Another reality of the modern warehouse is the need for adaptability to accommodate changing SKUs, production, and operational paradigms. Mobile Storage Rack and Shelving Systems can accommodate both of these bedrock needs. They’re also an excellent…read more

Stacking Up Positive Results for Beverage Distribution

The beverage industry has seen its share of changes over the decades but none more challenging than the supply chain demand of today; from the SKU explosion of craft beers, bottled waters, and health drinks to the conundrum of smaller, more specialized order fulfillment, and, let’s top it all off with a worker shortage. Success…read more

Did You Feel That? Seismic Considerations in Pallet Rack System Design

How and Why You Should Factor Seismic Events into Your Pallet Rack and Warehouse Design The importance of seismic considerations in pallet rack system design cannot be overstated. We often think of earthquakes as rare phenomena; however, data from the United States Geological Survey indicates that there are approximately 55 per day on average, 16…read more