100% Selective Warehouse Pallet Rack System

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Our 100% selective warehouse pallet rack systems make it easy to access your products whenever you need them.

100% Selective Warehouse Pallet Rack SystemOur team at Carolina Material Handling Inc. has extensive experience in installing pallet rack systems of all kinds, and we are here to help you find the best solutions to your warehousing needs. In this article, we will focus on our 100% selective warehouse pallet rack system to help you decide if it is right for you.

Selective pallet racking gets its name from the way it allows you to access every pallet at once, without having to move other items out of the way. We recommend 100% selective warehouse pallet rack systems for product lines with high differentiation and low turnover volume. These systems are easy to install using standard parts, including common size and capacity pallet rack uprights, and pallet rack load beams, wire decks, row spacers, and anchors.

Our team can also use a variety of designs for your racking system, including teardrop, Ridg-U-Rak slotted style, Keystone style, T-Bolt Style, Structural Steel Bolt Design and others. We’ll help you determine which options are best for your needs and take care of the installation process for you.

Our 100% selective warehouse pallet rack systems also come with several advantages, including:

  • Economical installation
  • Easy access to uprights
  • Adjustable pallet rack beams
  • Efficient forklift layouts, which makes for quick and easy loading and unloading
  • Easy reconfiguration
  • 100% pallet selection

If you want to learn more about our 100% selective warehouse pallet rack systems, we encourage you to give us a call today to get more information about what our team can do for you.


At Carolina Material Handling Inc., we supply 100% selective warehouse pallet rack systems to businesses in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Georgia.