Pallet Racking

Adjustable pallet racking offers a variety of storage solutions for practically any type of palletised products you may wish to store. Our systems are flexible and can be designed to meet precise or bespoke criteria without sacrificing cost-effectiveness.

Pallet Racking is the most commonly used technique for storing palletised loads. It consists of frames and cross beams available in various heights, lengths and weights capacities.

Increases space in your warehouse or yard facility with pallet racking enables you to increase profit and productivity by maximising on the space you have available. By taking up minimal floor space and storing vertically in this format forklift trucks can be used to access the pallets holding the stock.

At D and R Racking we carry a large variety of brands such as Dexion P90 and Speedlock, Link 51 XL, Planned storage,  Sperrin, Apex Linvar, Redirack, Finspa, Hilo Rack Plan and Premier Rack, AR Sistemas, Stow, Mecalux, Bito and many more.

The types of pallet racking we offer include:

Pallet racking is made from high-quality steel materials and offers a sturdy and safe storage solution that should be fixed to the warehouse or yard floor when mechanically loaded. It is strongly recommended that employees follow all necessary safety requirements to ensure the safe movement of the stock on the racking as well as ensuring racks are regularly checked for damage. Please see our inspections page for more information.

If you require a full warehouse design and installation quotation why not call the sales team at D and R Racking.

D & R Racking use SEIRS qualified engineers. We can provide everything you need for your storage, from scoping out the project and advising on the best solution for your business right through to installation, identification and ensuring compliance with Health & Safety requirements.

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