Stakapal's Four Post Shop Racking systems offer the capacity for bulk storage as well as a variety of merchandising alternatives
Four Post Shop Racking
Stakapal Four Post Shop Racking systems will work equally well when storing at both low or high levels, and are a very strong and versatile trade oriented alternative to Gondola Racking and Shelving.
When storing at low levels this shelving is commonly used for a variety of smaller products and accessories typical to most trade self-selection environments. Alternatively when utilised at a high level against walls or towards the rear of a self-selection area, Four-Post Shop Racking allows storage of bulk goods and back-up stock without the need for costly separate storage areas.
Features and Benefits
Shelves can be either steel or chipboard or a combination of the two
A low cost highly flexible solution available in widths of 1000mm and 1325mm and depths of 300mm, 400mm, 450mm, 500mm and 600mm
Versatile Rack display ends offer secure storage of vulnerable goods, vertical display of long items and flexible cable reel holders
Bays can have plain, louvred or perforated back panels
Offers bulk storage in conjunction with full range of Merchandising options
Southbound on the M6 exit at junction 12, take the 1st exit onto A5, continue on A5 for approx 6.5miles until The Turf Lodge Toby Carvery (pub) island. Take 1st exit (left) onto Walsall Road, B4154 (signposted Hednesford.) Take 1st turn right onto Betty's Lane, Stakapal are approx 50m on left after Conduit Road.
Directions from the South
Northbound on the M6 exit at junction 11, take the 3rd exit onto A460 Wolverhampton Road, signposted Cannock. Follow A460 towards Rugeley/Cannock until roundabout joining A5, take 4th exit onto Walsall Road (signposted Walsall) entering Cannock. Follow A5 for approx 2.5 miles until The Turf Lodge Toby Carvery (pub) island, take 1st exit (left) onto Walsall Road, B4154 (signposted Hednesford.) Take 1st turn right onto Betty's Lane, Stakapal are approx 50m on left after Conduit Road.