Toyota Material Handling can provide you with an optimal warehouse racking solution to help you optimise your business flow, drive down costs, and increase your productivity.

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Pallet Racking

Pallet Racking

Toyota Material Handling can provide you with an optimal pallet racking solution to help you optimise your business flow, drive down costs, and increase your productivity. All Toyota Racking Solutions comply with the EN15512 standard.

Selective Pallet Racking

Selective Pallet Racking

Selective pallet racking is the most common type of racking system, offering superb flexibility for palletised goods with a wide variety of loads. One of the greatest advantages of selective pallet racking is that all pallets are accessible at all times, making the system suitable for large quantities of non-uniform articles.

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Drive-in Pallet Racking

Drive-in Pallet Racking

Drive-in pallet racking is a system that is designed to optimise storage space for homogenous products. The basic idea is to use the available area as efficiently as possible – with fewer aisles and more pallets per square metre.

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Satellite Pallet Racking

Satellite Pallet Racking

Satellite pallet racking is a system that is designed to optimise storage space for homogenous products. The basic idea is to use the available area as efficiently as possible – with fewer aisles and more pallets per square metre.

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Autoshuttle

Autoshuttle

This high-performance solution allows for an extremely cost-effective use of expensive warehouse space. The Autoshuttle is an electrically powered load carrier that densely stacks and retrieves goods in horizontal storage tunnels within satellite racking.

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Gravity Flow Pallet Racking

Gravity Flow Pallet Racking

Gravity flow pallet racks are compact structures with sloped roller track sections, which allow pallets to slide from one side of the installation to the other at a controlled speed – by sheer force of gravity. The system can store large quantities of pallets in depth.

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Push-back Pallet Racking

Push-back Pallet Racking

Push-back pallet racking uses the same principles as Gravity flow racking – but the other way around – with one-way traffic and the FILO (first in, last out) principle. The forklift loads pallets in one end of the slightly sloped platform and the next pallet pushes the previous pallet backward, where it lands on a parallel, slightly elevated platform.

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Live Storage for Picking

Live Storage for Picking

Live storage for picking uses slightly inclined platforms with rollers to transport goods from one end to the other. This system increases speed and offers better ergonomics in order preparation. It also optimises product turnover and reduces the need for manual transport during operations.

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Cantilever Racking

Cantilever Racking

Cantilever racking is a racking system with obvious benefits when storing long goods or goods and items of varying length, such as beams, pipes, metal, plastic or wooden boards or sheets. This system is based on columns with horizontal arms for the load.

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Long Span Shelving

Long Span Shelving

As part of the Toyota Material Handling racking offer, long span shelving is the perfect way to store light and medium weight loads. The system offers unbeatable versatility and flexibility and a great number of variations – all with no-tool adjustment of the shelves.

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Heavy Duty Shelving

Heavy Duty Shelving

This robust heavy duty shelving system allows for manual picking of goods–in a wide variety of designs and to different specifications. We help you to design your perfect combination of double beams, shelves and supports.

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Raised Storage Area

Raised Storage Area

Raised storage areas can help you get the most out of your warehouse space. Raised storage area can be Rack Supported, Long Span Supported or Structural.

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Mezzanine Floor

Mezzanine Floor

A mezzanine floor can be constructed in one of two ways; one with pallet racking supporting the system, and one where the space underneath the floor is kept clear. Both of these options has its benefits and can be useful for storing products. No matter which design you choose, you also get the benefit of a number of possible add-ons, such as handrails, conveyors and lifts.

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