The Push Back Racking System is a warehouse storage solution designed to maximize space utilization and streamline the handling of palletized goods. This system features inclined shelves on which pallets are placed, and each new pallet pushed into the rack pushes the previously stored pallet backward. It operates on a "last in, first out" (LIFO) principle, making it suitable for storing goods with multiple pallets of the same SKU.
Push Back Racking is known for its efficiency and high storage density, as it enables easy access to multiple pallets of the same product without the need for deep reach into the rack. This system is particularly useful for warehouses where space optimization and stock rotation are essential. It offers a balance between storage capacity and accessibility, making it a valuable choice for various warehouse environments.