Warehouse Racking

Redirack are a specialist warehouse racking supplier located in Cannock, Staffordshire. We specialise in industrial warehouse racking system solutions throughout the UK.

Whatever palletised items you need to store in your warehouse we can offer a pallet racking solution that is designed to meet your specific operational requirements.

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What is warehouse racking?

Warehouse racking encompasses a variety of storage options which generally includes some form of pallet racking. This type of system is designed for bulk storage of goods that are unitised on pallets.  It helps you manage and better utilise your warehouse space while organising the products to streamline your operation whilst ensuring safer and easier access at variable heights.

Warehouse Racking Systems

Why choose Redirack for your warehouse racking?

Redirack are experienced in providing warehouse racking with over 50 years manufacturing expertise.  Our in-house design and project teams provide the concept to completion service from initial site survey through to design, manufacture, and installation so you can rest assure your storage needs are completely met whilst optimising the space to the best of our ability.

To comply with legislations and health and safety regulations all our installers are SEIRS qualified and registered and we have a team of SARI approved inspectors who will come and carry out annual or bi-annual inspections to ensure your warehouse racking remains up to safety standards post installation.

All our products are manufactured here in the UK at our factory in Staffordshire.

Types of Warehouse Racking

 

Warehouse racking can be arranged in several different configurations, depending upon your storage, speed, and stock accessibility requirements. The types of  pallet warehouse racking we offer at Redirack include:

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Wide Aisle Pallet Racking

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Double Deep Pallet Racking

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Dry Stack Boat Racking

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Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking

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Drive-in Pallet Racking

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Carpet Racking

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Very Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking

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Push Back Pallet Racking

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Galvanised Pallet Racking

Benefits of warehouse racking

One of the main benefits of warehouse racking is maximising storage space, but besides this, there are other benefits that make warehouse racking a viable option, these include:

  • Improved inventory organisation of goods – racks can be easily addressed in comparison to stockpiling goods on the floor.

 

  • Decrease in damaged goods – racking systems are designed to contain palletised goods which greatly reduces the risk of damage to stock.

 

  • Increased employee safety – damage to racks is a common problem wherever there is a high volume of handling machinery operating on a daily basis. Redirack also manufacture a comprehensive range of racking protection barriers and other products designed to help you to ensure that your warehouse complies with the Health & Safety at Work 1974 regulations.

 

  • Save money from leasing extra storage space – your existing space is maximised reducing the need to seek additional storage elsewhere.

 

  • Increased productivity – palletised loads stored on pallet racking ensures products can easily be located and accessed by fork-lift trucks saving time and money.
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Warehouse racking requirements

The type of warehouse racking system that best suits your needs will vary depending on your warehouse needs.  Factors to consider to help determine the best racking option for your business includes:

  • Cost
  • Floor space available
  • Building height
  • Pallet type and size
  • The number of SKU’s stored in each rack
  • Frequency of pallet access
  • Product shelf life
  • First in first out (FIFO) or last in first out (LIFO) needs
  • Number of pallets to be stored
  • Forklift truck type and lift height

Health and Safety of our warehouse racking

All of our warehouse racking is manufactured in the UK in accordance with the SEMA (Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association) Code of Practice for the Design of Adjustable Pallet Racking and can also be offered as a design conforming to BS EN 15512:2020.

Redirack are full members of SEMA as they are a trading division of Stakapal and this includes:

SEMA – (Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association) we are a full member of SEMA which allows us to follow both national and European codes of practice and guidelines for the design, supply, and installation of all types of storage equipment.

SEIRS (Storage equipment installers registration scheme) – All Redirack in-house installation teams are registered and put through SEIRS qualifications and once completed carry a unique SEIRS identity card that Site Managers, Health & Safety Inspectors, Customers and other officials may verify with SEMA.

SARI (SEMA approved racking inspector) – Our SARI approved inspectors will undertake an annual or bi-annual comprehensive inspection of your warehouse racking and prepare a detailed report to highlight any repair work that may be needed. 

If you would like to find out more information about our warehouse racking systems or would like to arrange for a site survey for a quotation, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We are happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

Contact us on 01543 279 543 or contact us here

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