The reduced aisle width needed for double-deep racks leaves more floor space for additional storage.
With fewer aisles, forklifts travel shorter distances to insert and extract pallets. This saves time.
By maximizing storage density, you can accommodate inventory growth with less racking additions.
Less forklift maneuvering in tighter aisles prevents product damage.
Double-deep works best for reserve or overflow stock with lower turnover rates. Faster-moving items should use selective racking.
Reaching rear pallets requires long-reach forklifts with telescoping forks or pantograph mechanisms. Ensure operators are trained.
Plan routes and pick lists to retrieve multiple orders per trip to the racking area.