Narrow aisle pallet racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space. A reduced aisle width of approximately 1.8 metres means floor space is much better utilised increasing it to 45%. Narrow aisle forklift trucks must be used but it means that you can use the space within your warehouse more efficiently.
Narrow aisle trucks can lift higher and work faster than standard counter balance trucks. This will have a beneficial effect on your business. As trucks such as these do not turn in the aisles, they need a guide rail or wire guidance system. This allows them to manoeuvre around the racking with a high degree of accuracy. The advantage of using wire guidance is that is it built within the floor. This keeps the floor clear of obstructions and is easier to clean. Each pallet is easily accessible and this ensures good stock rotation.
Narrow aisle pallet racking (VNA Pallet Racking) provides a better floor utilisation (45%) making it ideal if you are tight on space. Pal-lets are easily accessible and the type of forklift trucks used means optimum efficiency can be achieved easily and will ensure good stock rotation.
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