Double deep racking
With Double-Deep Racking, pallets are stored two rows deep as opposed to one. With Double-Deep Racking, pallets are stored two rows deep as opposed to one. The advantage of this type of racking is that it requires fewer aisles, resulting in more effective use of ground space. This configuration is used when the stocking conditions for an item are six units or more, and the product is received and selected frequently in double load units. To reach the pallet further from the aisle, the load on the aisle side must be removed. Not all lift equipment can rise high enough to pick up the back load, so this is a major consideration. A double-deep reach lift may be required for stocking/picking.