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Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) Unit Showcase

October 19, 2018
Filed under: Warehouse Racking
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Very narrow aisle (VNA) is a warehouse layout design to maximise the utilisation of available storage space.

By narrowing the distance of the aisles and using tall racking systems the maximum vertical and horizontal storage space is able to be utilised no matter the overall size of the building.

Adaptalift Group has a number of specially adapted VNA units to suit any application including man-up turret trucks, counterbalance aisle-master forklifts and ride-on reach trucks.

Hyster very narrow aisle turret trucks

Cold Storage Materials Handling

March 03, 2017
Filed under: Materials Handling, Warehouse Racking
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In conjunction with Adaptalift’s specialist handling solutions blog back in November late last year, we discussed the benefits of flameproof and multi-load handling.

This blog will look at another specialist application in the supply of materials handling solutions, more specifically working in the cold storage industry.

cold storage forklift thumb

Block Stacking – Warehouse Basics

July 24, 2012
Filed under: Warehouse Racking
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Block Stacking – Warehouse Basics

One common method of storing stock is floor pallet stacking or block stacking. Floor stacking is a form of palletised storage that does not require any type of storage equipment, and instead loaded pallets are placed directly on the floor and built up in stacks to a maximum stable storage height.  Lanes are created to ensure access to the different stock keeping units (SKUs).

What Is Powered Mobile Racking – Warehouse Racking Guide: Part 5

December 08, 2011
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What Is Powered Mobile Racking – Warehouse Racking Guide: Part 5

Powered mobile racking is an electrically powered racking storage bank involving a framed motor base with wheels that move along floor rails with the press of a button or a remote control. Each racking shelf remains compacted until they are required to be accessed and are opened through creating an aisle space in between the two racking blocks. This aisle space is only required between each racking shelf when the racking is being accessed.

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