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Warehouse Fire Fighting Equipment Efficiency

By April 23, 2024Uncategorized

AR Racking, storage solutions supplier, has successfully completed the implementation of its advanced AR PAL system in the warehouse of Fire Fighting Equipments, S.L.U. in Carbonera de Frentes, Soria, Spain. This project, centred on the redesign of an old warehouse, represents a significant leap in storage capacity and efficiency for Fire Fighting Equipments.

The installation, which covers an area of 1,200 m², was carried out in a total timeframe of three weeks, including the dismantling of the existing racking systems and the subsequent installation of the new ones. This strategic change made it possible to increase the storage capacity from 1,500 to 2,640 pallets, providing Fire Fighting Equipments with an optimised space for its manufacturing and distribution of firefighting material.

Álvaro Del Castillo, Sales Director at Fire Fighting Equipments, S.L.U., commented on the collaboration: “We are delighted with the transformation of our warehouse. Operational efficiency has improved significantly and now we have the necessary storage capacity to support our continuous growth in the manufacturing and distribution of firefighting material”.

The project also included the transition from conventional to trilateral forklifts on narrow aisles, which maximises the available space and optimises the logistics processes. In addition, other special features of the project that have contributed to the success of the installation stand out.

Redesign raised the storage capacity

Xabier Rica, AR Racking’s Northern Region Sales Representative, expressed his satisfaction: “Collaborating with Fire Fighting Equipments on this project has been rewarding. We are committed to delivering innovative storage solutions that boost efficiency and performance for our customers”.

This project reflects AR Racking’s continued commitment to excellence in storage solutions.

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Opening the Door to Enhanced Fire Safety

 

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AR Racking, storage solutions supplier, has successfully completed the implementation of its advanced AR PAL system in the warehouse of Fire Fighting Equipments, S.L.U. in Carbonera de Frentes, Soria, Spain. This project, centred on the redesign of an old warehouse, represents a significant leap in storage capacity and efficiency for Fire Fighting Equipments.

The installation, which covers an area of 1,200 m², was carried out in a total timeframe of three weeks, including the dismantling of the existing racking systems and the subsequent installation of the new ones. This strategic change made it possible to increase the storage capacity from 1,500 to 2,640 pallets, providing Fire Fighting Equipments with an optimised space for its manufacturing and distribution of firefighting material.

Álvaro Del Castillo, Sales Director at Fire Fighting Equipments, S.L.U., commented on the collaboration: “We are delighted with the transformation of our warehouse. Operational efficiency has improved significantly and now we have the necessary storage capacity to support our continuous growth in the manufacturing and distribution of firefighting material”.

The project also included the transition from conventional to trilateral forklifts on narrow aisles, which maximises the available space and optimises the logistics processes. In addition, other special features of the project that have contributed to the success of the installation stand out.

Redesign raised the storage capacity

Xabier Rica, AR Racking’s Northern Region Sales Representative, expressed his satisfaction: “Collaborating with Fire Fighting Equipments on this project has been rewarding. We are committed to delivering innovative storage solutions that boost efficiency and performance for our customers”.

This project reflects AR Racking’s continued commitment to excellence in storage solutions.

read more

Opening the Door to Enhanced Fire Safety

 

The post Warehouse Fire Fighting Equipment Efficiency appeared first on Logistics Business.

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