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A systems integrator oversees your entire project, making sure your systems work together seamlessly and give you the performance required. They provide expertise, design, installation, onsite support and more. The primary benefit of working with a systems integrator, like DAK Solutions, is that you have one team of experts working for you, rather than individual contacts at several different manufacturers, technology companies and contract houses.
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Yes. DAK Solutions provides automated solutions to businesses within a variety of industries, including Pharma, Distribution, Automotive, Manufacturing and Food/Beverage. Whether you need a fully automated system built from the ground up, or want to integrate a new system with your existing equipment, DAK can help.
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When you need high-density storage solutions, gravity can be a wonderful thing. Harnessing this natural force in an innovative last-in-first-out system can optimize storage when you need to make the most of your space and don’t have to worry about your inventory’s time sensitivity. In the push-back pallet rack system from DAK Solutions, you’ll replace your most recent outgoing inventory with new inventory, pushing waiting units back up the rails. When more stock departs, gravity sends them down the rails and to the front—in short, they’re ready to ship out. If you want to cut down on aisle space and last-in-first-out works for your inventory, the push-back pallet rack system is a solution that comes to the forefront.Talk To An Expert
Pallets are stored in lanes and rest on a carts-on-rails system. Working from a single aisle, pallets are stored by “pushing back” previously placed pallets with a new pallet on the next cart position. When the front pallet is retrieved, gravity causes the next pallet to move forward into a ready position. This “last-in, first-out” system (per lane) reduces picking time when a large number of picking faces are required. Push back pallet racking systems can store from 2 to 6 pallets deep.
Push-Back Rack may be the solution to your warehouse problem if you:
Like Drive-in Rack, Push-Back Rack is a first-in, last-out system, so it’s not the right solution for those who need good stock rotation. To get high-density with a first-in, first-out system, ask us about a Pallet Flow Rack system.