LS600 launch at MATEX

Innovation and improvement through continuous research and development have been the corporate ethos of SSI Schaefer for almost 70 years and the new Long-span (LS600) system, which will be launched at MATEX 2008, is proof of this commitment.

The LS600 is an innovative, simple and cost-effective solution for a range of warehouse and back-of-store applications. Designed in accordance with the FEM 10.2.02, FEM 10.2.03 and FEM 10.2.04 standards, the LS600 is a versatile system that allows customers to fully utilise all available headroom up to 9m+ in height. With allowable bay loads of 5,000kg, the system can be designed for high-rise order pick, multi tier shelving, or to be built with an over-sailing mezzanine floor.

Designed to suit hand-loaded storage methods, the LS600 has a variety of open and stepped beams, which can be decked with a range of different shelves from timber, wire mesh or steel decking panels. The system has a unique clip that allows standard Regal 3000 shelves to be fitted directly to the frame. The system can also be installed with KDR Live Carton Storage system for manual picking on First-in-First Out (FIFO) basis.

Warehousing and order picking systems are constantly challenged by the extensive variety of products presented and the limited storage space available. The LS600 is designed to optimise storage options within minimum space, for all medium-duty warehouse applications from simple case storage and split case picking to the handling of specialist automotive parts.

Come and see the LS600 at the SSI Schaefer stand at MATEX 2008, Australia’s premier materials handling and warehousing exhibition. MATEX 2008 will be held as a three-day exhibition at the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park, from the 15 to 17 April. To find out more about MATEX 2008, log on to www.matex.com.au.

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