A full turnkey Intralogistics service, from warehouse design, to the internal layout and stock identification signage…
At Big Box Intralogistics we realise the importance of warehouse labelling. Using the most advanced materials and printing technology available, we can provide various types of warehouse labels including paper, plastic and metal labels, all are durable and perform to the highest standards.
Warehouse labels are used to identify:
Our warehouse labels are produced with a combination of barcode, alpha, numeric and combined alphanumeric content, with the latest in linear and 2D barcodes. We can provide warehouse labels that vary in construction and manufacture, some can be regarded as a consumable item, replaced after just a few weeks of use, whilst others are more permanent and need to remain in place for years.
Durability is a huge consideration that is also dependent on use. This is why we supply labels made from paper, polyester, plastic, aluminium, steel etc. Each is designed and supplied for a specific purpose helping to maximise potential and reduce costs.
If you have a label design and print requirement, whether it's a part of a major project or just a relabelling exercise you need get in touch with us.
At Big Box Intralogistics we provide a comprehensive range of signage, which help identify particular areas in a warehouse, warn of danger and provide detailed rack loading information.
Our range includes:
Our Warehouse Netting provides a safe, easy to install and practical solution to the problem and avoidance of accidents in working environments. Netting offers many applications within a warehouse or storage facility to include:
The flexibility of the netting structure minimises the possibility of accidents by spreading the impact of the load consistently across the net structure.
Our Warehouse Netting system is tailor- made specifically to your size requirements. The netting comes complete with all the required fixings and there is no cutting or alteration needed on site, reducing operational impact and installation time.
The netting comes in a range of colours, sizes and strengths and is easy to install. The polypropylene mesh can be put up and taken down quickly as required making it a cost effective alternative to a steel mesh system which is prone to erosion and damage.
Note: Warehouse Netting should always be used alongside a Safe System of Work and as part of an appropriate risk assessment.
We can supply modular safety barriers for use in intralogistics facilities, which are manufactured from flexible polymer. This gives industrial-grade fall and impact protection in contrast to the classic iron and steel systems traditionally used for crash protection. Our barriers provide increased impact resistance, even at high collision speeds. At the slightest impact, these security elements will bend and then take on their original shape again.
After a collision, no repairs are needed and there is no need for installing new components again. In addition, the barriers will not have been ripped out of their anchor points during collision, leaving any flooring intact. The construction materials are light and easily transportable and need no treatment or painting. In short, our barriers provide durable, eco-friendly protection for people, fittings, equipment and buildings.
They can give protection to racking, pillars or columns, impact protection for loading bays as well as protection for materials handling equipment in the workplace. Most importantly they help protect staff from injury. Our barriers can also be used to identify and safeguard workplace zones in the warehouse. These are just a few examples of how our safety barriers are used to create a safe working environment.
Loading systems and docks play a vital role in the transit and movement of both goods out and goods in. They are essential in the delivery and warehousing process. By enabling the use of specialised equipment when loading and unloading freight, loading docks help increase the efficiency of the entire process, cutting costs. By investing in loading systems, businesses can reduce handling and distribution costs.
As technological innovation sweeps through the transport and intralogistics industries, one thing is clear, businesses benefit from a faster, more efficient process. And loading docks have a major role to play in speeding up the supply chain.
Big Box Intralogistics offer a range of products to enhance your dock loading...