What is drive-in racking?
Drive-in pallet racking and Drive through pallet racking are structures capable of high density storage. These systems are typically constructed from steel pallet racking and allow space for a forklift to move into the structure’s bay, which is essentially a lane of stacks.
Configuration: Items stored in drive-in pallet racking are typically loaded via the last-in, first-out process, also known as LIFO. Due to this method, drive-in systems are suitable for non-perishable products and items with a low turnover, as storage is not readily accessible. The drive-through pallet racking system requires the FIFO (first in first out) system.