The typical ninetenth century warehouse was a multistory building. Early in the 20th century forklifts were invented. By the 1950’s they were widely in...Read More
An online search for warehouse storage capacity generates an array of different methods to calculate and express the cubic volume that can be stored in...Read More
Distribution center and warehouse layout design is dominated by the “right” angle – 90 degrees – known as the right angle for being correct for so many...Read More
Most of the warehouse racking layouts we create or work on at LIDD can be described as standard, meaning:
- Reach trucks are used to store standard 40”...
When we start a project, we’re never surprised to find out that the client doesn’t have up-to-date or complete plans of their warehouse. Very few...Read More
Having worked for more than a couple of decades as a DC designer / layout specialist, my most common task has been to fit rack and aisle layouts into...Read More