A form of live storage where pallets are stored one behind the other, to a total depth of up to five pallets. Pallets are loaded onto a trolley which pushes the other pallets back up a channel rail with the help of gravity. when a pallet is retrieved the remaining ones will roll forward into position. Pallets are accessed from one side only.

Push Back characteristics:
- Pallets are only accessible from one end
- Quick easy access to all lines.
- Maximum use of floor space.
- It can store a larger number of skus compared to “drive in” racks
- Suitable for bulk storage/cold storage/chill storage applications.


I need high density storage, that can accommodate numerous pallet codes and distribute them fast, without the employment of specialized lifting machinery.


Push Back is a system that provides a larger storage capacity than the “drive-in” solution, as it receives more pallet codes per tunnel level. it offers the ability of rapid access to pallets with the use of standard type forklifts.