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The chosen system is Conventional, access to each pallet is provided, which is the basic requirement of the client.

The chosen system is Conventional, access to each pallet is provided, which is the basic requirement of the client.

LOGISTIC BG Ltd is a company located in Stara Zagora operating in the industry and trade area. The company is engaged in trading of alcohol and alcoholic beverages.

In late October 2008 LOGISTIC BG and STORACT BG initiated meetings to clarify the company's needs for building shelf equipment in its existing warehouses. We developed two types of shelf structures - type Conventional Pallet Racking and type Drive-In Pallet Racking - both intended for the storage of palletized goods. The client compared STORACT BG’s proposal with several competing companies. BG STORACT received the commission.

Since the beginning of 2010, LOGISTIC BG has maintained contact with a team of engineers and consultants from STORACT BG to clarify the requirements for the operation of the warehouse, and to choose the most suitable type of rack system corresponding to the storage capacity and the budget available.

The chosen system is Conventional, providing access to each pallet, which is set as a basic requirement for the project. The total storage capacity gained in the basic storage and dispatch area is 1,629 pallet positions and stacking is carried out on 4 levels, some racks consist of up to 5 levels and the first level is provided for manual stacking. This meets the requirement of the client for manual handling and storage of certain stock items, eliminating the need for any additional equipment. 

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System Pallets
Conventional 1 629

 
 
 
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