Last In First Out: Principle

In LIFO configuration (Last InFirst Out), a forklift truck loads and unloads the pallets at the picking face. This is a pushback system. To load a pallet, the forklift truck pushes the pallet at the picking face towards the back of the lane using the pallet to be loaded.

When a pallet is unloaded, the pallet stored behind automatically takes its place, thereby ensuring that the goods are constantly available at the picking face.

  • LIFO = Last-In First-Out (the last pallet loaded will be the first pallet available in the front)
  • Increase storage density close to a wall or on a mezzanine
  • One batch per delivery
  • Easy stock control
  • Above Carton Flow FIFO lanes as buffer storage

Long experience in design, consulting, quality and installation based on more than 1.5 million pallet positions built and installed in the last 25 years

Pallet Roller Flow LIFO lane

  • LIFO application (Last-In First-Out)
  • No pallet separator
  • Equipped with Interroll “One way” LIFO speed controllers
  • Rear lane end stop

General technical data

Pallets

EUR EPAL (800 x 1200 & 1000 x 1200 mm) UK CHEP (1000 x 1200 mm)

Pallet load (min. / max.)

60 to 1200 kg

Handling device

Counter balance truck Reach truck

Racking interface

Box beam or angle beam

Materials

Roller material

Natural / Galvanised

Profile

Zinc-plated

End stop

Painted