Warehouse efficiency is critical to the day to day operations of a business. It improves customer satisfaction, reduces costs, and increases staff wellbeing.

At SEC Storage, we have been working round the clock to help our clients mitigate the risks of COVID-19. Although COVID-19 has been a different hazard, our team are used to managing warehouse safety. To reaffirm our commitment to warehouse safety, we’ve compiled a warehouse COVID safety guide for 2020.

Different forms of shelving can be highly effective storage solutions for warehouses and benefit a variety of industries.

What are some of the best warehouse pallet racking types to be looking at? It depends on what your business needs. Every business and industry has different needs and requires different storage solutions.

Mezzanine flooring is defined as a free-standing warehouse structure usually made from steel, aluminium, or fibreglass. It acts as an intermediate floor between the base and ceiling of a building.

At SEC we’ve been working with our customers by carrying out in-depth data analysis and modelling to assess the impact of these changes on their warehouses, and then working to carry out simple changes in order to optimise efficiency and throughput once the new stock-holding strategy

Innovation has never been so important in the warehouse as it is right now. Emerging technologies and changing consumer demands have hugely increased the importance of distribution activities, and efficient, effective fulfilment operations can provide significant competitive advantage.

Pallet racking obviously gets its name from the storage of palletised goods on racking. Simple! Well, what it also means is that the configuration and specification of your pallet racking systems are entirely dependent on the pallets that will be stored. In this Guide, we take a look at what pallet information we need to know in order to fully specify, configure and design your racking systems!

Pallet racking safety pins play an important part in the safety of your racking systems. Without them your system could be a safety risk to your staff and your business! The worst case scenario is that your racking system will collapse. Safety pins are a cost-effective way to help eliminate risk.

Technology has always been a channel through which companies aim to improve efficiency and realise growth potential. As digital technology advances ever forward, Harry Watts, Commercial Director at SEC Storage, guides us through the key trends set for 2020 and how best to utilise the technology already available within the logistics arena.