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What are the ways to store goods on storage shelves?

Date: 2022-09-29 Viewed: 461

At present, most of the warehouses of enterprise customers in the market use storage shelves to store goods, and the goods are stored and accessed easily on the shelves. Storage shelves are a general term, there are many different types, and different types can be used to store a variety of goods. So what methods can be used when the warehouse uses storage shelves to store goods?


The use of storage shelves is mainly related to the type of shelves. The use of traditional shelves is relatively simple, such as light shelves, loft-style shelves, etc., without too complicated equipment, generally manual access operations. Like large-scale shelves, such as beam-type shelves, heavy-duty shelves of narrow alley-type shelves are generally handled by forklifts.


However, shelves with the same access method have different working modes. Some shelves can only be FIFO, some shelves can only be FIFO, and some shelves can be FIFO or FIFO. These different working modes are also closely related to the structure of the shelves.


In addition, there are smart storage shelves with more complete functions, mainly the combination of automation technology and shelves. This kind of storage shelf is more powerful, and generally uses mechanical automation to access, but the same operation will become more complicated, and the technical requirements of warehouse employees will be higher, so the skills training of enterprise warehouse employees is very important.


Traditional storage shelves and intelligent storage shelves are two types of shelves that are widely used in the market today. Now, with the popularization of automation technology, the popularity of intelligent storage shelves is getting faster and faster, and will gradually replace the market position of traditional storage shelves in the near future.

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