Drive in

Drive-In system is designed for the storage of homogenous products. It accommodates a large number of pallets for each SKU. Drive-In makes better use of the available surface and height space than any other. The installation is made up of a set of racking units that form inner loading aisles, with support rails for the pallets.

The fork-lift trucks enter these inner aisles with their load held higher than the level at which it is to be deposited. This racking system is made of extremely robust material, thus making it suitable for storing fully-loaded pallets.
The most common way of managing loads in a drive-in system is the racking units to work as a warehouse depot. In this case, there is only one access aisle, from which loading and unloading are carried out in a reverse order.

Advantages of the system

  • Design for the storage of homogenous products;
  • Better use of the available surface and height space than any other system;
  • Storage by accumulation: the most suitable system for working on the principle LIFO;
  • Allows pallets with the same SKU to be stored in one loading aisle;

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CASE STUDIES

Client Project
Drive-In for PICCO Drive-In for PICCO
Drive-in for Carlsberg Bulgaria Drive-in for Carlsberg Bulgaria
Meggle Meggle
Drive-in from STORACT Drive-in from STORACT
AGRANA with Drive-in AGRANA with Drive-in
Radio Shuttle System for COCA-COLA Radio Shuttle System for COCA-COLA
Racking systems for Suidan Commerce, they can be served by trucks. Racking systems for Suidan Commerce, they can be served by trucks.
STORACT BG is a longstanding partner of the company in the construction of its warehouse equipment STORACT BG is a longstanding partner of the company in the construction of its warehouse equipment
Drive-in for NESTLE Drive-in for NESTLE

 
 
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