This simple yet effective storage system facilitates high density picking by presenting multiple product lines across one shelf width. It is ideal for warehouses with large picking volumes as goods are immediately accessible and pickers do not need to cover large distances to complete an order.
Adjustable runs of roller tracks, configured into lanes, are fitted into beds which are supported, on an incline within the racking. The goods are fed in at the higher end of the lane and gently slide down under the force of gravity to the pick face. Subsequent cartons are loaded on behind resulting in a FIFO (First In First Out) stock rotation setup.
A number of accessories are also available, which allow the system to be configured to the user’s specific requirements.
What can a carton live shelving system do for you?
A carton live shelving system can be used in variety of storage setups, including shortspan, longspan and racking systems. A successful and well designed system can greatly reduce a warehouse operative's travel distance, further increasing productivity. These small gains add up over time, increasing operational efficiency, reducing the physical stress placed on employees, and helping you to save money!
Advantages of a carton live system
A carton live shelving system allows for the creation of a compact and clearly organised storage solution. The system can provide you with numerous benefits, with some of the advantages listed below:
Compact Storage - The system makes full use of your existing space due to the high density nature of the setup
Increased Efficiency - The time taken to pick and prepare orders is significantly reduced
Flexible and Ergonomic - Automatic stock replenishment due to the setup of the roller bed feature, and better picking ergonomics for warehouse operatives
Organised Storage - Allows for the storage of a higher number of SKUs (stock keeping units) at the front of the racking
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