Pallet rackings are the most common form of warehouse racking system, and they are basically a storage system designed to align stacked materials at multiple levels. The benefits are simple: why spend more money to increase the square footage warehouse when you can take advantage of the waste of vertical space?
These racks are usually equipped with pallets, which are one of the most original (but effective) storage options. The forklift allows easy movement between the shelving system and the transport vehicle, which increases the efficiency of most types of warehouses.
Pallet rackings are the most popular system available in two configurations: roll-formed or clamped-in configurations, as well as structural bolt-on configurations. The pallet is placed on a horizontal loading beam, held in place by a mounting clip, and can be quickly and easily adjusted to accommodate different load sizes. This is a particularly convenient racking system configuration for warehouses that carry a large number of products and require different storage requirements.