Push-back palett racking is a system where by of nested carts operate on angled rails in a lane. The first pallet is loaded onto the top cart with the next pallet being used to push it back exposing the subsequent cart. This process is repeated until the lane is full. When picking the pallets, the operator would remove the front pallet (last pallet in), allowing the pallets on the carts behind it to roll gently to the front of the rack (pick face).
This system demands a good logistical capacity both in quality and quantity, as it automates the handling of items on the pallets.
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