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Moving your pallet racking?  You’ll need a permit.

Did you know that moving your pallet racking requires a building permit? Even if you have an existing pallet racking system and are moving it to a new location with the intent to install it in exactly the same way, you’ll still require a permit. Full Article

Before signing a warehouse lease, consider these 2 critical factors.

Your pallet racking system depends on it. Finding an appropriate warehouse space and signing a lease is a major commitment for any business. Many factors go into making that decision: price, location, availability, etc. But what’s far too often overlooked is the suitability of the new facility for your pallet racking system. And that mistake can be a very costly one. Full Article

Everything You Need to Know About Pallet Racking Permits

In most municipalities, you’ll need a Building Permit to install and use a pallet racking system. This article outlines the steps you need to take to obtain the permit. If your submission is complete and in accordance with code, it can usually be approved within two to four weeks. Full Article

Safety committee guidelines for pallet racking safety inspections

Safety committees play an important role in every business. Completing pallet racking safety inspections is just one responsibility of many. Full Article

Design and Maintenance for Pallet Rack Safety

Buying and setting up the right pallet racking system as part of your storage solution means ensuring it delivers on employee safety. Let’s take a look at how safety can be optimized during design, installation and maintenance. Full Article

Used Racking: Buyer Be Aware!

If you search online for used pallet racking, you’ll usually find it, along with good availability from a wide range of sources. The challenge is ensuring it’s safe, scalable and right for you. Full Article

3 Reasons to have your Pallet Racking Inspected

There are three main reasons for having your racking system inspected.

  1. To ensure the safety of your employees
  2. To comply with legal requirements
  3. To comply with insurance requirements

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