Pallet racking for last-in first-out (LIFO) systems
LIFO - Last-in first-out principle
The last-in first-out principle describes a warehouse organisation in which the goods taken into storage last are the first to be taken out again. This storage method is primarily used when several lots of identical goods are available in large quantities.
In this storage system, containers and products are removed on the same side of the rack as where they had been taken into storage. The LIFO method applies in particular to products with a fast turnover time where stocks are regularly completely depleted. This prevents the risk of obsolescence and spoilage of goods and products.
LIFO systems or last-in first-out order picking systems
Last-in first-out order picking systems with detailed view of special discharge
Order picking systems with detailed view of a base support
Last-in first-out order picking systems with guide rails between the wheel conveyors
Last-in first-out order picking systems with conveyor line
LIFO systems last-in first-out order picking systems with unloading area and pallet storage for additional supplies
First-out order picking systems for cartons