In a world in which warehouses handle increasing amounts of inventory while facing increasing costs, making the most of existing space is a priority. Elements of the warehouse previously considered essential, like traditional selective racking, are falling by the wayside in favor of using that space to store inventory.
Successfully reducing or eliminating aisles and increasing storage capacity requires creativity, efficiency, and high-density warehouse racking systems. At the same time, these systems are not for everyone. As with any storage solution, they work best in specific situations. Here is a look at some situations that may require their usage, and some that do not.