The shelf is a rack structure that makes full use of space. Attic-style shelves play an important role in modern logistics activities. Modern warehouse management is directly related to the types and functions of shelves.
Storage racks can save costs and improve efficiency. These modern management concepts have become top priorities for managers. How to effectively use warehouse space and how to increase the storage capacity of warehouses have also been put on an important position. The focus of storage management has two directions. One is how to increase the effective use of storage space, and the other is how to promote the flow of goods.
The space for storing goods is called the storage space. Although this space is used for storage on the surface, in fact, this space is the relay station for the transportation, distribution and distribution of goods. Therefore, the storage area has become the central hub for the storage and transportation of goods. Therefore, effective use of storage space has become an important issue for managers and logistics center operators to improve. This puts higher demands on the shelves. The emergence of modern warehouses has driven the development of shelves.
The use of heavy shelves can make reasonable use of warehouse space, improve the utilization of storage capacity, and increase warehouse storage capacity. The goods stored in the shelves are not squeezed by each other, and the loss of materials is small, which can fully guarantee the function of the asset capital and reduce the loss of goods.
The goods in the shelf are easy to access, convenient for inventory and measurement, and can be first-in, first-out. To ensure the quality of stored goods, measures such as moisture-proof, dust-proof, anti-theft, and anti-damage measures can be taken to improve the quality of material storage. The structure and functions of many new types of shelves are conducive to the realization of mechanization and automation of warehouses.
The traditional method belongs to stacking, and stacking is the accumulation of goods into concrete, and it is not possible to better manage the goods. It is also necessary to extract the goods at the bottom, and to change the goods at the top level so that the goods can be taken in and taken out. This way of working not only wastes time, but also wastes space and wastes manpower.
Therefore, there is a clear advantage in comparing modern racking equipment with traditional stacking.