Unused space is the white whale of warehouse management. Looking above your racks and seeing that you could have product stacked high above you is infuriating when you work with older, static rack systems. The Tier-Rack Stack Rack is a great way to elevate your products by storing them higher in your warehouse and utilizing that space. Used stack racks lift your products up to create more usable area for you to keep your products, and can save you money in the bargain.
Used Stack Racks will provide you solutions to a lot of the thorny problems of space management. These are durable, portable, collapsible, shippable, low-cost stacking racks that reduce costly product damage associated with bulk stacking, offers better space utilization, product identification and easier handling of product. They really solve a multitude of issues.
Pallet stacking frames utilize air space, save floor space. Tier Rack style nest-able storage racks can safely stack up to 5 high. Bulk stack safely while preventing product damage. Stack racks have a high quality powder coat paint finish. Store difficult-to-handle items. Knock down or nests when empty. Attachable sides, posts, or end frames. Stack rack is excellent for tire storage.
Common terms for stack racks are stackable box, stackable container, stackable pallet, stackable racks, stacker, stackers, stackable storage bins, stacking bins, stacking pallet, stack and rack, or simply stacking rack.
Tier-Rack's portable stack rack is preferred to common pallet rack for many applications due to it's flexibility. It can be bulk stored with no aisles to save space on non perishable items or condensed down and moved to a corner when not in use for seasonal items. Stack rack can also serve to ship product out to customers or move product around your warehouse.
Let the sales team at Tier-Rack find you the perfect Used Stack Rack for your warehouse and build your space out properly. Save time and money with a perfect warehouse using used Stack Racks. Call us at 1-800-325-7869 or visit www.tier-rack.com today.