6 Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Storing Heavy Loads

How to Store and Move Heavy Goods Efficiently

Heavy duty goods are regularly stored on traditional racks. These goods can only be moved on pallets by a fork-lift. Storing the pallets can take up a lot of space and time. Non-palletised items that require a crane are often stored on open floor space - this takes up a lot of room, and the handling can be very time and labour consuming.

Optimize Heavy Inventory Handling

Moving and storing heavy or extremely large goods might seem like a challenge, but, an automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS) for heavy goods can solve these two key challenges: Using automation to load and unload can offer tangible benefits, such as:

  • Increased efficiencies
  • Safer, ergonomic methods for staff
  • The creation of up to 75% extra floor space

Koridon had a need to manage pallets of heavy goods and tools. See how they have utilized ASRS to increase space, save time and increase their efficiencies.

Heavy Inventory Handling with Forklifts

Learn how to optimize your heavy loads by storing them with a forklift directly in a Kardex Vertical Lift System. Watch the video.

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Get More Insights about the 6 Key FAQs on Automated Heavy Storage including:

  1. How to automate storing and retrieval of heavy loads?
  2. How to gain flexibility in storing parts of different sizes?
  3. How to simplify the process of loading and unloading pallets?
  4. What’s the best practice to integrate a hoisting crane with ASRS?
  5. How to automate the storage and retrieval of extremely heavy and long goods?
  6. Are extreme warehouse layouts a limitation? 

 

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