The facility is on the site of Australia's nuclear research reactor in Sydney's southern suburbs. An existing storage building was upgraded and Colby racking was installed where previously pallets of drums were block stacked on top of each other, up to four high. Storage Requirements: Four standard drums per pallet were to be stored on racks up to five pallets high and four oversized drums per pallet on racks two and three pallets high. A total of 1700 pallet positions were required.

Storage Ideas designed the warehouse layout and doubled the existing capacity with the application of both Selective and Double-Deep Racking configurations.

The 2000m2 warehouse was a completely new facility for Linde Refrigeration in Sydney, a manufacturer of freezer and chiller showcases for supermarkets and small stores.

Freight forwarder and customs agent, Schenker International, moved to a new premises six years ago and managed without any storage system for the first four years. Two years ago the company decided to have racking installed in stages, to improve access whilst maximising storage capacity for some freight types.

Continuous growth and the need to maintain high service levels encouraged a corporate office supplies specialist to refurbish their existing building rather than relocate to a new facility.

This is a new warehouse facility for a specialty chemical company, built as a result of company acquisitions and forecast growth. Process Design and Fabrication (PDF) designed the warehouse and its operation and prepared the design brief for storage ideas.

Premier Warehousing and Distribution outgrew its previous facility and moved to Seven Hills in Sydney's western suburbs. A new 4500m2 building was constructed on the site with emphasis on building height.