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When properly designed to meet the specific inventory and storage requirements, pallet flow racks maximize storage space and improve shipping logistics. Any warehouse or distribution center with limited floor space that needs high density storage or automatic rotation of inventory [read more...]

Why Powder Coat?

Posted on Sep 11, 2020
We are all familiar with the wet paint process – pigment within a water- or solvent-base is sprayed to coat a surface. While at first glance the results of painting and powder coating may look similar, there are several advantages [read more...]
Recent earthquakes in the Midwest and East Coast point to increased need for seismic consideration in warehouse construction While we typically associate earthquakes with areas such as California, recently Monroe, Michigan, was hit with a 3.2-magnitude earthquake. Light to weak shaking was [read more...]

Going to Great Lengths in Rack Design

Posted on Jul 24, 2020
So what exactly is cantilever design, and when is it the ideal storage rack?  Modern architecture has used the concept of a cantilever design in some of its most memorable structures:  Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Pennsylvania, the Guggenheim Art [read more...]
As regulations change and warehouse requirements become more complex, partnering with an expert can help to ensure durable, cost effective, compliant storage rack While it was once common for the majority of warehouse managers to purchase standard storage racks that [read more...]

Why CLOSED TUBE pallet rack?

Posted on Mar 9, 2018
Teardrop pallet rack is the standard connection style in pallet racking today, and while it is available from many manufacturers, did you know that not all teardrop rack is created equally? Many rack manufacturers may save you money up front [read more...]