Mobile storage systems, also known as mobile shelving or high-density storage systems, are innovative solutions designed to maximize storage capacity and efficiency by optimizing the use of available space. These systems are particularly beneficial in environments where space is limited or where a high volume of items needs to be stored and accessed. Mobile storage systems offer various configurations and types, each catering to specific storage needs.

Some common types of mobile storage systems

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  • Mobile Shelving Systems: Mobile shelving units are a versatile storage solution consisting of shelves mounted on carriages that move on tracks. The shelves can be compacted together to save space and expand when access is required. Mobile shelving is used in offices, libraries, archives, and other settings where space optimization is crucial.
  • Mobile Racking Systems: Mobile racking systems are similar to mobile shelving but are designed for storing larger and heavier items. These systems are commonly used in warehouses and industrial environments to maximize storage density and improve accessibility.
  • Compactus Systems: Compactus is a brand name often used to refer to mobile shelving systems. These systems are popular in office spaces and other environments where a high volume of documents or items needs to be stored within a limited area.
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  • Movable Pallet Racking: This type of mobile storage system is designed for palletized goods. Pallet racks are mounted on carriages that move along rails, allowing for dense storage of pallets while maintaining access to each individual pallet.
  • Art Rack Systems: Mobile art rack systems are used in museums, galleries, and cultural institutions to store artwork, artifacts, and collections. These systems provide secure storage while optimizing gallery space.

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