Drive-in racks

Drive-in racking is a subgroup of pallet racks in which the pallets are stored in specially formed corridors, stacked one above the other as per LIFO system (the last pallet placed in the corridor is the first to be taken out of the warehouse). Such solutions show a significantly better utilization of storage capacity given that there is only one central corridor offering direct access to the racks, but due to the LIFO system this rack is suitable only for storing a large number of identical articles on pallets. For the same reason, it is not suitable for short-lived goods.