1. What Do You Call Pallet Flow for LIFO Inventory? Answer: Push-Back Flow Rack

    Just because you have Last-In/First-Out inventory needs doesn’t prohibit you from the advantages of a gravity flow rack system. Push-back on pallet flow rails is highly efficient and offers benefits that a traditional push-back system can’t. Push-back on flow rack can go deep lane, upwards of 12 or more pallets deep, while still being low profile. Also, it’s not limited to standard pallet si…Read More

  2. Reaching New Limits with Mallard Deep-Lane Push-Back Flow Rack

    Our latest 3D animated video goes far to tell the story of push-back flow rack for Last In/First Out (LIFO) inventory storage. As you can see, push-back flow rack delivers a high-density, dynamic storage solution in a condensed footprint like traditional push-back rack, but our flow system rack has several advantages. Mallard push-back flow rack takes advantage of the heavy-duty nature of flow rac…Read More

  3. Push-Back on Pallet Flow Delivers Space Saving Storage – Up to 12-Deep

    We often demonstrate how pallet flow rack is an ideal pallet storage solution for FIFO inventory rotation, but what may come as a surprise is that pallet flow rack can also be configured as a push-back system and serve as an excellent LIFO inventory storage solution. Push-back pallet flow rack is durable, simple to use, easy to maintain, accommodating both standard and non-standard pallets alike. …Read More

  4. Outside the Box Thinking Leads to Inside the Box Solution

    Admittedly, you’re probably wondering what we are showing you in the image above. Well, it’s a very unique push-back pallet flow solution to a very unique storage challenge. Let us explain… A global petroleum refiner was looking for a way to efficiently store IBC (intermediate bulk storage ) containers of raw materials at multiple refineries. The tricky part was that these IBC containers had…Read More

  5. Push-Back Pallet Flow Test Proves High Density Space Savings

    Push-back Pallet Flow Rack saves warehouse floor space that would otherwise be dedicated to a load aisle.  In this system design, a single aisle is used for both loading and unloading just like a traditional push-back rack system… but the advantages of using pallet flow (vs. traditional cart systems) are an ability to better control the flow of product and the flexibility to handle pallets of …Read More

  6. Pallet Flow Racking Takes on Heavy-Weight Contenders: Drive-In and Push-Back

    Stay with us for the main event… You have a need for high density storage - your options are drive-in and push-back… or so you think, but what about Pallet Flow?  Yes, both drive-in and push-back  are excellent warehousing and storage options in certain circumstances and the upfront expense is less than pallet flow, but pallet flow racking has its own benefits and some of those may surprise …Read More

  7. Bulky, Unwieldy Super-Sacks… the Right Fit for Mallard Push-Back Rack

    Eighteen hundred pounds of shrink-wrapped 4 ft. tall super sacks on deep-lane, push-back pallet flow… sure why not!  But first, as we always say - “Test it” and we stand by that for all our customers who want to ensure their pallet flow rack investment is well spent.  When a customer came to us with this interesting challenge, we asked for some product and some pallets and we went to work.…Read More

  8. How Can I Get Higher-Density, Deeper-Lane Push-Back Rack?

    The Answer….  Start with Pallet Flow! When you think push-back rack, you probably picture the traditional cart and track systems using nested wheeled carts on inclined rails. Just in case you’re not that familiar, here’s how it works – the first pallet load is placed on the top cart. As the 2nd pallet is inserted into the system, the first cart is gently pushed back by the fork lift, expo…Read More