Radio Shuttle Racking Configurations – It´s your choice
How many ways can Radio Shuttle Racking be configured? How many types of warehouses are there? Please see actual Radio shuttle racking installations and scroll through different configurations below.
FIFO – First In First Out
Use the Radio shuttle racking in your facility as a means to store date critical items that require the first pallets in to be the the first pallets out.
Amazingly, use your Radioshuttle to carry out a reorganization of your pallets, and when required, move all pallets closer to the unloading point.
LIFO– Last In First Out
For SKU’s that can be treated one group per lane, pallet handling will take place in the main aisle. This means that the rack can be made much deeper than ordinary high density racking systems.
Furthermore, the truck doesn’t need to stand and wait for the Radio shuttle racking, it’s free to work elsewhere. This produces a high rate of turnover while halving the truck’s handling time. As the Radio shuttle cart works on levels, the goods only need to be uniform within one level of the section.
This means a high rate of capacity utilization and a high rate of accessibility.
Pick Tunnel + Radio Shuttle Racking
The Radio shuttle racking system easily combines with a dynamic pallet flow case pick tunnel.
Used in combination, replenishment pallets are stored at upper levels to feed pallet flow pick lanes at lower levels. All case picking takes place from within a picking tunnel that passes through the rack at ground level..
The buffer pallets are handled by trucks and the Radio shuttle cart in a separate truck corridor: An efficient and space saving way of storing pallets in the immediate vicinity of picking, and at the same time achieving a safe pick aisle.
Mezzanine for Staging
Steel Platform + Radio Shuttle Racking
Radio shuttle system, in combination with a structural mezzanine, will benefit your facility in many ways.
Open space for staging of product is created at ground level with buffer storage just on top of it – without sacrificing selectivity of goods.
This solution will maximize usage of your existing available warehouse space. Loading of trucks will be optimized, resulting in less overall transport time.