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The Ultimate Guide to Pallet Racking: Everything You Need to Know

With such a diverse array of options available to meet every storage need, it can be overwhelming to select the perfect pallet racking system for your warehouse, so here's our guide to help you make an informed decision.

Pallet racking systems are the backbone of countless warehouses and distribution centers around the world. These versatile structures provide efficient storage solutions for palletised goods, optimising space and facilitating smooth operations. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the intricacies of pallet racking, covering everything from its components to different types and how to choose the right racking system for your needs.

What is pallet racking?

Pallet racking is a storage system designed to store palletised goods in a warehouse or distribution center. The system, consists of  upright columns, horizontal beams, and optional accessories such as wire or timber decking. The primary purpose of pallet racking is to maximise vertical storage space while allowing easy access to stored items for loading and unloading using forklifts or other handling equipment.

There are various types of pallet racking systems available, which we will discuss below.

Key components of a pallet racking system

Before we dive into the various types of pallet racking, let’s first understand the key components that make up these systems:

  • Frame / Uprights: These vertical columns serve as the support structure for the racking system. Uprights typically have holes or slots at regular intervals to accommodate beams.
  • Beams: Horizontal load-bearing members that connect to the uprights, forming the shelves or levels where pallets are stored. Beams come in various lengths and weight capacities to suit different storage requirements.
  • Wire Decking or Timber Decking: Optional decking placed on the beams to provide additional support for pallets and prevent items from falling through.
  • Footplates: These are anchored to the floor to provide stability and support for the uprights.
  • Bracing: Diagonal braces or cross beams that connect the uprights together, enhancing the overall stability and strength of the racking system.
  • Locking / Safety Pins: Inserted into the upright frames and engage with the beams to secure them in place, preventing accidental dislodgment or displacement of the beam.

Types of Pallet Racking

Pallet racking systems can broadly be categorised into two main types based on their accessibility and storage density:

Direct Access Pallet Racking

  • Adjustable Pallet Racking(APR): This is the most common type of direct access pallet racking. It allows for individual pallets to be accessed directly without moving others. Selective racking systems are versatile and suitable for warehouses with a wide variety of SKU (stock-keeping unit) requirements. They offer easy access to each pallet, making them ideal for businesses that prioritise quick retrieval of goods.

Adjustable Pallet Racking (APR)

Adjustable Pallet Racking (APR) Racking

  • Cantilever Racking: a specialised type of pallet racking system designed primarily for the storage of long, bulky, or irregularly shaped items that cannot be stored on traditional pallets. Unlike conventional pallet racking, which utilises horizontal beams to support pallets, cantilever racking features long, horizontal arms that extend from vertical columns.

Cantilever Racking

High-Density Pallet Racking Systems

  • Mobile Racking Systems: Unlike traditional static pallet racking, mobile pallet racking is mounted on a steel framed base. This racking system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, thus eliminating the need for aisles, which open up only when accessed.

Mobile Racking

  • Drive-In Racking: Drive-in Racking, also know as drive-through racking, allows forklift trucks to drive directly into the pallet racking , providing easy access to stored pallets. This efficient design eliminates the need for aisles between racks, maximising storage space for products with a low inventory turnover rate.

Drive-In Racking

  • Push Back Racking: Push back racking is a type of selective pallet racking system used in warehouses to maximise storage density while maintaining selectivity and ease of access to stored goods. Ideal if you’re storing bulk goods on pallets according to the Last-in, First-out (LIFO) principle.

Push Back Racking

  • Carton Flow Live Shelving: This system utilises gravity to move products seamlessly from the loading end to the picking end, reducing the need for manual handling and increasing picking efficiency and is particularly effective for products with a short shelf life, where the first-in-first-out (FIFO) system is crucial. It’s commonly used for cartons, boxes, and smaller items.

Carton Flow Racking

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How to choose the right pallet racking system

When it comes to choosing a pallet racking system for your warehouse or distribution centre, several considerations come into play. First off, you’ve got to assess your storage requirements. Take a good look at the size, weight, and volume of your inventory, including any items with special handling needs. This will help determine the type of racking system that can best accommodate your goods.

Accessibility is another key factor to think about. Do you need direct access to each pallet, or are you okay with sacrificing a bit of accessibility for higher storage density? Understanding your accessibility needs will steer you towards the right type of racking system that balances storage efficiency with ease of access.

Lastly, don’t forget about your warehouse layout and future growth plans. Consider the dimensions of your warehouse, including ceiling height and aisle width, to make sure you’re optimising space utilisation. And as your inventory grows over time, ensure that the racking system you choose can adapt to accommodate your evolving needs without requiring a complete overhaul. Taking all these factors into account will help you make an informed decision and select a pallet racking system that maximises efficiency and productivity in your warehouse or distribution centre.

Stamina Storage Solutions have 25  years of experience designing and installing storage solutions for businesses in all sectors.

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How Much Weight Will Pallet Racking Hold?

Pallet racking plays a pivotal role in optimising warehouse storage, providing a systematic and efficient way to store goods and understanding the weight capacities associated.

The weight capacity of a pallet racking system is its ability to support and safely hold the weight of the goods stored on its shelves. Overlooking this crucial factor can lead to safety hazards, structural failures, and operational inefficiencies. It’s essential to accurately assess the weight of your stored goods and choose a pallet racking system that can handle the load.

The amount of weight that a pallet racking system can hold will vary depending on the type of system, and the manufacture and we will always advise to check the pallet racking you use is suitable for the good you store, especially if the goods have changed. Below we have given some guidance on the different pallet racking types and their weight capacities:

Types of Pallet Racking and Their Weight Capacities:

Adjustable Pallet Racking

Adjustable pallet racking is the most common type of pallet racking, allowing direct access to each pallet. Weight capacities can vary but generally range from 500kgs to 2000 kgs per pallet position. Ensure to check manufacturer specifications for precise details

Double-Deep Pallet Racking:

Ideal for high-density storage, double-deep racking systems have weight capacities similar to selective racking. However, it’s crucial to consider the accessibility constraints, as pallets are stored two-deep, making rear pallets less accessible. Also there is a weight reduction on rear pallets due to the truck operation.

Drive-In Racking:

Designed for high-density storage, drive-in systems can handle substantial weight. Capacities typically range from 500kgs to 2000kgs per pallet position. Consider the trade-off between storage density and selectivity.

Push Back Pallet Racking:

With a Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) inventory management system, push back racking can handle weights ranging from 500kgs to 2000kgs per pallet position. It’s essential to consider the dynamic nature of this system when assessing weight capacities.

Cantilever Racking:

Commonly used for storing long and bulky items like pipes and timber, cantilever racking is generally designed around the goods stored and is therefore not as restricted on weight capacities as per the other options. The overall capacity depends on the length and thickness of the stored items.

Before  determining the weight limits of a specific pallet racking systems, we would need to understand the following:

  1. What type of racking you are using:
    As we mentioned above, different types of pallet racking system have different weight capacities (e.g. selective pallet racking, drive-in racking, push back racking, etc.) so we will need to know what type you are using or are planning to use.
  2. Manufacturer and Model:
    As well as type of raking, we will need to identify the manufacturer and model of your pallet racking system. Different manufacturers may have variations in design and specifications, impacting weight limits. If you don’t know the manufacturer of the racking, just take a photo and we can help you identify the model you have.
  3. Configuration and Dimensions:
    It is important to provide details about the configuration and dimensions of your pallet racking system. This includes the height, width, and depth of the racks, as well as the number of levels or beams – we can give you guidance on how to measure your pallet racking system.
  4. Material and Construction:
    Note the materials used in the construction of the pallet racking, such as the type of steel, and inquire about the design features that contribute to its load-bearing capacity.
  5. Beam Levels and Spacing:
    Specify the number of beam levels in each rack and the spacing between these levels. This information is crucial as it directly impacts the weight distribution across the racking system.
  6. Pallet Size and Weight:
    Provide details about the size and weight of the pallets you intend to store on the racks. The weight of the individual pallets, along with the quantity, influences the overall load on the system (UK Pallet -1200mm x 1000mm, Euro Pallet -1200mm x 800mm).By providing these specific details, will enable our expert team to calculate and recommend accurate weight limits based on the design and specifications of your system. It’s essential to consult with experts in pallet racking to ensure that your system is configured to safely and efficiently handle the weight requirements of your stored goods.

Cantilever racking loaded with long steel products
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Are there any regulations around weight loads

Load notices on pallet racking help warehouses comply with weight restrictions and other regulations imposed by local authorities. This compliance not only ensures a safe working environment but also prevents potential legal issues.

Whilst there is no specific legislation in place with regards to  load notices, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) states that the limitations indicated in the maximum load notice should never be exceeded.

In addition to this, training and guidance should be provided to staff within the warehouse to ensure they are a clear understanding on what the maximum racking loads are, and why it’s important for them to adhered to.

Stamina Storage Systems will supply load notices when installing pallet racking systems providing information on the weight-bearing capacity of each pallet and the load distribution, these notices help prevent overloading, ensuring that the racks can support the intended weight without compromising safety. If you need further support on load requirements for your racking, feel free to contact our team experts, who are on hand to help.

A load notice sign to show the weight capacity of the racking

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Stamina Handling Limited Powers into the Future as Stamina Storage Systems!

Stamina Handling Limited is thrilled to unveil its dynamic transformation into Stamina Storage Systems. This monumental rebranding aims to align the company's identity with its unwavering commitment to the UK racking distributor market.

New Branding!

The buzz doesn't stop there – along with the exciting name change, Stamina Storage Systems is unveiling a fresh, modern look and an upgraded website at 'staminastorages.com.' Boasting user-friendly features, the revamped site promises customers an enhanced experience, providing easy access to support and expert advice on all racking and storage services.
While the company's registered business name will remain Stamina Handling Limited, the metamorphosis into Stamina Storage Systems marks a pivotal moment in the company's evolution. With a bold new identity, cutting-edge website, and an enduring commitment to excellence, Stamina Storage Systems is poised to revolutionize the racking and storage industry for years to come. Stay tuned for the exciting journey ahead!

Peter Gobbi, Managing Director explains the change; “We’ve had feedback that our name and marketing didn’t represent who we are and what we do, and this was impacting on our ability to reach our customers in need of support with their racking and storage solutions. Our new name, more accurately reflects our on-gong offering to the racking distribution market.  As we approach 30 years of service, the rebranding illustrates how the company is continuing more committed than ever to the customers we serve – and we’re investing and appropriately modernising our business to ensure we’re around for many more years”.

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Cantilever racking for timber products

Traditional storage systems may struggle to accommodate these requirements, making the adoption of specialised solutions imperative. In this blog, we delve into the world of cantilever racking and its role in optimising storage for timber products.

What is Cantilever Racking?

Cantilever racking is a versatile and space-efficient storage system designed to handle long, heavy, and awkwardly shaped items – precisely the characteristics of timber products. Unlike traditional pallet racking, cantilever racks feature arms that extend from vertical columns, providing unobstructed access to stored items.

Advantages for Timber Products:

  1. Length and Flexibility:
    • Cantilever arms can be adjusted to accommodate varying lengths of timber products.
    • The system's flexibility allows for easy storage of items with irregular shapes, such as planks, beams, or logs.
  2. Weight Capacity:
    • Engineered to support heavy loads, cantilever racking is well-suited for the weighty nature of timber products.
    • The robust design ensures stability and safety, even with substantial loads.
  3. Accessibility:
    • Cantilever racking enables easy accessibility to stored timber items.
    • Forklifts and other material handling equipment can navigate through the aisles, ensuring efficient retrieval and storage.
  4. Space Optimization:
    • The open-front design of cantilever racks maximizes space utilization, making it ideal for long and bulky timber products.
    • High vertical storage allows for the effective use of vertical space in your warehouse.

Installation and Maintenance:

Implementing cantilever racking for timber products requires careful planning and installation. Here are key considerations:
  • Customisation -
    Work with a supplier who can tailor the cantilever racking system to suit the specific dimensions and weight capacities of your timber products.
  • Safety Measures - 
    Emphasise proper load distribution and regularly inspect the system to ensure it meets safety standards.
    Educate staff on safe loading and unloading practices.
  • Regular Maintenance -
    Implement a routine maintenance schedule to identify and address any wear and tear promptly.
    Keep aisles clear and organise inventory to prevent accidents and damage.
Cantilever racking emerges as a tailored solution for the unique storage demands posed by timber products. Its adaptability, weight capacity, and accessibility make it an indispensable asset for industries where efficient storage and retrieval of timber items are paramount.

 

With decades of experience with cantilever racking, you can trust the team at Stamina Storage Systems  to unlock the full potential of your timber product storage, helping you pave the way for streamlined operations and enhanced productivity. Contact us to arrange a free site visit or a online quotation.

If you are looking for a storage solution for timber products, then cantaliver racking could be the perfect system for you. Stamina Storage Solutions can do a free site survey to dicuss your requirements. Get in touch today.

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Racking maintenance. A guide to keeping your racking system in top condition

With all that in mind, here’s a guide to help you keep your pallet racking system in top condition:

Regular Inspection

One of the most effective ways to maintain your pallet racking system is to conduct routine inspections. These inspections should occur at least once a month or more frequently, depending on the level of use and environmental conditions.

An inspection can identify potential issues before they evolve into serious problems. Examine the system for any noticeable signs of damaged uprights, loose bolts, nuts, or connnectors, or missing safety clips. Checking the level-ness of shelves and alignment of racks should be a key part of this process.

Load Capacity

Overloading racks can lead to accelerated wear, structural damage, and even accidents. Always adhere to the manufacturer’s recommended load limits, and ensure your team does the same.

Regular Cleaning

A clean environment not only promotes better working conditions but also aids in the maintenance of your pallet racking system. Therefore, it is important that you regularly clean your system to minimize the accumulation of dust and debris, which can affect the system’s integrity over time.

When you are doing this, be sure to include the area surrounding your racking system in your cleaning routines, removing any spilled liquids, dust, or debris that could compromise the system’s integrity.

Prompt Repairs

Even with preventive measures in place, damage to your pallet racking system may occur. Promptly address any damaged components. Bent or twisted parts should be replaced or repaired by a qualified professional, and if you notice any issues with the racking take it out of service until the repairs are completed.

Professional Inspections

While having in-house inspections are important, hiring a qualified rack inspector adds an extra layer of security. A professional will have extensive experience can assess the structural integrity of the racking. They can provide a comprehensive assessment and recommend necessary repairs or replacements, ensuring that your racking system is always in line with safety regulations.

Rack Protection

The use of protective accessories for your pallet racking system ensure your racking is protected.
By Installing rack protection such as upright protectors or end-of-aisle protectors you can prevent forklift collisions and damage.

Replacement Parts

Regardless of how well a racking system is maintained, parts will inevitably wear out over time. However if you need to replace or modify your system you should only use manufacturer-approved replacement parts.

Staff Training

Promote a safe working culture by training your employees to understand pallet handling best practices and safe use of forklift operation. Encourage them to report any potential damage or hazards immediately and regularly refresh their knowledge.

By following these guidelines and investing in regular maintenance, you can extend the lifespan of your pallet racking system, reduce the risk of accidents, and ensure the safety of your employees and inventory. Regular inspections and proactive maintenance are key to keeping your pallet racking in good condition.

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Why choose longspan shelving to organise your warehouse

Longspan shelving offers a practical solution for storing a wide range of items, from small parts and tools to larger bulkier items. Its design allows for easy access and retrieval of goods, maximising productivity in busy warehouse environments.

What is Long Span Shelving?

Longspan shelving is a type of storage system that is designed to provide durable and versatile storage solutions for various items. It is commonly used in warehouses, distribution centres, and retail environments where there is a need for organised and efficient storage.
Longspan shelving typically consists of upright frames, horizontal beams, and sturdy shelves. The shelves are adjustable in height, allowing for customisation based on the size and weight of the items being stored. This flexibility makes long span shelving suitable for storing a wide range of products, from small parts to bulky items.

Benefits of Long Span Shelving

There are many benefits of opting to use long span shelving in your warehouse. Firstly, is its ability to accommodate heavy loads. With sturdy construction and adjustable shelves, it can support substantial weight capacities, making it ideal for storing industrial equipment or bulky inventory and therefore a perfect solution for warehouses and commercial facilities.
Furthermore, longspan shelving provides flexibility in terms of configuration. It can be easily adjusted or expanded to fit changing storage needs as your business grows. This adaptability ensures that you can make the most efficient use of your available space without the need for extensive renovations or costly reconfigurations.
In addition to its functional benefits, long span shelving also contributes to a safer working environment. By keeping items organised and properly stored, it reduces the risk of accidents caused by clutter or disorganised storage areas.
Overall, choosing longspan shelving for your warehouse offers numerous advantages including increased storage capacity, improved accessibility, adaptability to changing needs, and enhanced safety measures. Whether you are operating an industrial facility or managing a commercial office space, investing in long span shelving can greatly streamline your operations and contribute to overall efficiency.

At Stamina Storage Systems our longspan shelving systems heavy duty to accommodate large and weighty items that necessitate manual picking. They possess sturdy load capacities and wide spans for storing goods that surpass the limits of standard shelving systems. The flexibility of adjustable shelves along with their modular design provides an attractive proposition for efficient and well-organised storage of products.

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Pallet racking inspections in the UK: is it a legal requirement?

Many businesses in the UK wonder whether pallet racking inspections are a legal requirement or simply a best practice, so in this blog we'll explore the regulations surrounding pallet racking inspections in the UK and why they are essential for the safety of your employees and the longevity of your business.

The legislation

While this legislation doesn't explicitly mandate racking inspections, it sets the tone for ensuring that workplaces are safe. An inspection is required under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, and to comply with “BS EN15635 Steel static storage systems. Application and Maintenance of Storage Equipment”. The HSE publication “HSG76 Warehousing and Storage: A Guide to Health and Safety” recommends inspection by an independent SARI – SEMA Approved Rack Inspector. Enforcing authorities would be looking for the last Rack Safety Inspection Report during an enforcement visit or if there has been an accident.
These regulations emphasise the responsibility of employers to ensure the safety of their employees and to maintain equipment, including pallet racking, in a safe and functional condition.

Here at Stamina Storage Systems, we have a specialist team of inspectors trained to provide you with a comprehensive annual inspection following the strict SEMA guidelines.

Failing to comply with legal requirements can have serious consequences, and we always recommend that your business conducts regular racking inspections internally and also receives a Racking Inspection, carried out a technical competent person at least every 12 months as a minimum.

If you want your racking to be inspected by our trained inspectors, then our experts at Stamina Storage systems Storage can help. Get in touch with a member of our team to book your racking inspection today.

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Does pallet racking need to be certified?

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) impose a duty on employers to ensure the safety of their employees and the equipment they use. This includes pallet racking systems.

The Storage Equipment Manufacturers' Association (SEMA) provides industry guidelines and codes of practice for the design, installation, and use of storage equipment, including pallet racking.

While SEMA certification is not a legal requirement, it is widely recognised as a mark of quality and compliance with safety standards.

Insurance companies may also require businesses to adhere to certain standards for pallet racking safety to maintain insurance coverage.

To ensure the safety and reliability of your pallet racking system, it is recommended to engage qualified professionals for its design, installation, and regular inspections. They can help ensure that the racking system meets relevant standards and guidelines, providing peace of mind regarding its structural integrity and the safety of workers and goods stored on it.

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The Importance of Racking Protection

Here we'll explore the importance of using racking protection to safeguard your racking uprights, the benefits it offers, and the various options available from Stamina Storage Systems to ensure the structural integrity of your warehouse.

Why protect your racking uprights?

Racking uprights are the vertical components that support the entire weight of your storage system. They are susceptible to damage from forklift collisions, pallet impacts, and general wear and tear.

Protecting these uprights is not just a smart investment; it's a safety imperative for your employees and the longevity of your warehouse infrastructure.

Benefits of racking protection:

Injury prevention
Protecting your racking uprights reduces the risk of accidents caused by structural damage, which can lead to falling inventory or racking collapse. This minimises the potential for injuries in the workplace.
Cost savings
Racking protection serves as an insurance policy for your investment. By preventing damage to your racking uprights, you can avoid costly repairs or replacements and maintain a more efficient and profitable operation.
Improved efficiency
Undamaged racking systems function optimally. Protecting your uprights ensures that your storage capacity remains intact, promoting efficient organisation and accessibility.
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Types of racking protection:

Rack guards
Rack guards are sturdy, upright-mounted protectors that shield racking uprights from impacts. Our Protect-It rack guards are available in a range of sizes, and easily clip onto most racking makes.
Post protectors
These are designed to safeguard the base of the racking uprights. They are often used to protect against damage caused by forklifts and other heavy equipment. Our Protect-It Maxi guards offer a unique patented modular design makes Protect it MAXI expandable to fit an infinite combination of sizes and shapes.
End-of-aisle protectors
Placed at the ends of rack aisles, these protectors serve as a barrier to reduce the risk of forklifts colliding with racking uprights during turns or manoeuvrers.
Bollards
These free-standing or surface-mounted protective posts are placed at strategic locations within the warehouse to shield racking uprights and other critical areas from potential impacts.

Installation and maintenance

Proper installation is essential for the effectiveness of your racking protection.

Ensure that installation is carried out by experienced professionals or in accordance with manufacturer guidelines. Regular inspections and maintenance are also necessary to check for any damage to the protectors themselves and to ensure they are functioning correctly.

Protecting your racking uprights is a wise investment in both the safety of your employees and the long-term efficiency of your warehouse operations. By implementing racking protection measures, you not only prevent accidents and reduce maintenance costs but also extend the lifespan of your racking system. From rack guards to post protectors and end-of-aisle protectors, we offer various options available to suit your specific needs.

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Buying pallet racking directly from a distributor: a smart move for your business

Buying for distributor can offer numerous advantages compared to buying from a manufacturer. In this blog, we'll explore the benefits of buying pallet racking through a distributor:

1 - Access to a variety of brands and options

Distributors often work with multiple manufacturers and brands, giving you a wide range of pallet racking options to choose from. This means you can select the racking system that best suits your specific requirements in terms of size, weight capacity, and design.

2 - Expert Advice and Guidance

Distributors are well-versed in pallet racking systems and can provide expert advice on selecting the right solution for your warehouse. They can help you navigate the various options, ensuring that your choice aligns with your storage needs and budget.
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3 - Competitive pricing

Buying from a distributor can often result in cost savings. Distributors usually have established relationships with manufacturers and can negotiate competitive prices.

This can be particularly advantageous for small and medium-sized businesses looking for affordable yet high-quality pallet racking.

4 - Faster delivery

Distributors maintain stock of popular pallet racking systems, meaning you can have your chosen racking system delivered more quickly than if you were to order directly from a manufacturer.

This expedites the setup of your warehouse, minimising downtime and enhancing operational efficiency.

5 - Convenience

Dealing with a distributor simplifies the procurement process. They handle the sourcing, shipping, and logistics, so you can focus on managing your warehouse effectively.

This convenience is especially valuable for businesses with limited resources or time constraints.

6 - Single-point accountability

When you purchase from a distributor, you have a single point of contact for all your pallet racking needs.

This simplifies communication and support, making it easier to address any concerns or inquiries that may arise during or after the purchase.

7 - Added services and accessories

Distributors often provide additional services, such as installation and maintenance and project management. They can also supply accessories like rack protection, shelves, and wire decking to further enhance the functionality of your racking system.

8 - Customer support

Distributors prioritise customer support and satisfaction.

They are readily available to assist with any issues or questions you may have regarding your pallet racking including the design and planning, installation and maintenance, ensuring a positive customer experience. They may also have flexible payment plans, and offer buy backs on any existing racking.

9 - Local Knowledge

Local distributors have a good understanding of your region's specific needs and regulations, ensuring that the pallet racking systems you purchase are compliant with local safety and building codes.

Buying pallet racking directly from a distributor like Stamina Storage Systems provides several advantages, including access to a wide variety of options, expert advice, competitive pricing, faster delivery, convenience, single-point accountability, additional services and accessories, strong customer support, and local knowledge. These benefits can lead to a more streamlined, efficient, and cost-effective process for setting up or optimising your warehouse space.

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