[vc_row][vc_column width= »1/2″][vc_single_image image= »2545″ img_size= »full » onclick= »link_image »][/vc_column][vc_column width= »1/2″][vc_column_text]This client was referred to me because despite the fact that he moved to a warehouse of more than 30,000 square feet, he lacked space to store all his equipment. He had used the services of an architect and an engineer.
After only 20 hours of consultation, I gave the customer a layout that gave him 20% more space for future expansion. This arrangement included the storage of standard pallets, pallets from 36 « X 36 » X 80 « to pallets 48 » X 60 « X 84 » long. In addition, he had to store 4 « x 6 » x 72 « boxes. There was a shelving system for small rooms and also a partition system for quarantines.
The system now met all its objectives and still meets them and this 3 years later. In addition, the system meets all the standards of the Guide du Palettiers and the standards of the CSST.
You will notice that the system includes secure passages for forklift trucks with guide rails on the ground, ladder protectors, protective grid on the first level. In addition there are two safety bars and a capacity sticker at each pallet position which indicates the maximum capacity per position. There are also ladder protectors to limit the impact on the system and thus reduce the risk of breakage, loss or incidents. The aisle space is designed for the safe use of a forklift and the forklift is in consideration of the length of the pallets according to the position in the warehouse.
A quarantine partition system, includes a forklift entrance on the side of the warehouse and a pedestrian gate on the side of the factory where only a pallet truck has access. The system includes racking systems and is divided into 4 sections for better control of entries, inspected products ready for delivery, goods returns and release expectations.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]