Williams Jet Tenders Ltd called upon SEC’s expertise to help configure a storage system for the company’s Oxfordshire based warehouse facility, in order to effectively deal with a variety of product sizes and storage requirements. After the initial design and consultation stage, SEC began by installing a selection of adjustable pallet racking bays, for the storage of general product.
It was found that some of the racking bays were needed to stack product high up, and so these selected bays saw the addition of anti-collapse mesh screens, acting as a preventative safety measure, eliminating potential injury to employees in case of falling objects and products. SEC also installed a mixture of longspan and shortspan shelving systems, designed with a uniformed aperture for the storage of a variety of product sizes and SKU’s.
Short-span shelving in particular is a highly versatile solution, and rather effective for the storage of small parts and dense storage in picking operations. The shelving systems were pre-galvanised, with some of the units also supplied with back cladding to prevent objects from falling through.
As part of our wider product offering, SEC also supplied and installed a number of wall-mounted, louvre panels for the storage of various tote boxes, along with a number of small parts picking trays and hazardous work cabinets to finish.
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