Push Back Racking
Push back racking (also referred to as pushback racking) is a pallet storage method that allows pallets to be stored from 2 to 6 deep on either side of an aisle, giving you higher storage density than other forms of racking.
Push back rack can installed in a wide variety of industry types including:
- Food Distribution
- Third Party Logistics Facilities
+ Much more!
Almost any warehouse that is looking to increase their storage capacity is a potential candidate for push back racking. these racking systems are fully operational in freezers or coolers and no special forklifts are required
Godrej & Boyce established in 1963,provides mobile path material handling solutions to virtually all industries in manufacturing, infrastructure, services, aviation, logistics, defence, ports, railways and power.
Our products undergo rigorous testing to ensure maximum structural rigidity and safety, and our design analysis and development activities are well-supported by advanced software packages such as ANSYS, STAAD Pro, AutoCAD etc. Our Racking Design procedures are certified by highly-qualified and experienced international experts who formulate the Global Racking Codes; ensuring that each and every product that leaves our facility adheres to the strictest quality assurance guidelines enumerated in EN, FEM, RMI and SEMA.
- FEM 10.02.08 (European Racking guideline)
- ANSI MH16.1 :2008 (RMI,USA)
- UBC 1997 / IBC 2006 (International building code)
- AS1170.4 – 2007 (Australian code)
- IS 1893 – 2002 (Indian Standard)
Download: Sema Certificate