August 8, 2007The storage requirements for warehouses and distribution centers are unique to each operation. The most productive and cost-effective system may necessitate several different types of rack-storage working in unison. After analyzing customer needs, the optimum system is designed, manufactured and installed.
RIDG-U-RAK is one of the largest storage rack manufacturers in North America. Using a proprietary software application, ConfiguraTM, our design engineers layout storage systems to meet your unique load and capacity concerns, as well as optimize valuable floor space.
Our two production plants and warehouses cover nearly 400,000 sq. ft. and produce storage system designs such as: high-performance pallet racks with patented three-point connections, tear-drop compatible pallet racks, bolted or slotted structural pallet racks, HPTS (horizontal pallet transfer system), low-profile Push-bak™ racks, drive-in racks, gravity flow racks, mobile racks, narrow aisle racks, double-deep racks, automatic storage/retrieval racks, stacker systems with integral cranes, wide-span shelving, roll-out shelf racks, reel racks, pallet-stacking frames, and cantilever racks.
Ridg-U-Rak understands that customers expect their rack storage investment to perform safely and effectively for decades. We manufacture storage systems that comply with seismic design specifications. With 50 years' experience, our designers generate layout drawings to confirm storage-system operation, while project management team members ensure trouble-free installation. Throughout the manufacturing process, strict quality policies are followed to ensure a reliable finished product.
Our sales management, field sales, customer service and network of professional material handling distributors work together to ensure your project meets your expectations.
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