Adjustable Pallet Racking (APR) and sprinkler systems can now be extended, remodelled and relocated within a warehouse or distribution centre environment in significantly less time and at a fraction of the cost than was previously thought possible thanks to innovative rack reconfiguration technology available from Flexi Warehouse Systems – the warehouse planning and design consultancy services division of intralogistics solutions specialist, Narrow Aisle Ltd.

FLEXI-rack-relocationTraditionally, moving racking runs to enable the width of the aisles within a logistics centre to be narrowed or, indeed, widened, has been a labour-intensive process that, in most cases, involves the dismantling and rebuilding of the existing racking system, often resulting in material damage and project delays.

But, with Flexi Warehouse Systems’ new method, the time wasted relocating pallet racks has been radically reduced, minimising operational disruption and reducing the nett cost by over 50% compared to traditional methods. In simple terms, the technology – which has been successfully deployed across hundreds of sites in the United States – allows racking runs to be quickly and safely transported to the required location within the store where, once the structure has been positioned and secured to the floor, it is immediately ready to be restocked. Flexi Warehouse Systems provides a guaranteed fixed price, timescale and detailed project plan for each relocation scheme it undertakes.

“Remodelling racking systems to make more space-efficient use of a building’s storage cube has in the past been an expensive process that often involves on-site disruption and lengthy periods of downtime,” says John Maguire, Commercial Director of Flexi Warehouse Systems.

He continues: “As a result, a lot of companies retain inefficient storage cubes long after their business has outgrown them because they are intimidated by the cost and upheaval that they believe adapting the system will bring. But with our low fixed cost racking reconfiguration service the finance and downtime barriers are removed.”

With good quality, or new build warehousing stock close to the UK’s major population centres at a premium, more and more companies are looking to utilise every square foot that they have available.


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