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Farm & Stable

Farm & Stable provide sport horse professionals with the products they need to help them achieve their ambitions. Yet, they needed to maximise their space utilisation and work flow to meet their demands — so they contacted Locators.

Here’s what we provided:

– Warehouse Design
– Supply & Fitting
– Pallet Racking
– Timber Decking
– Barriers & Rack Protection
– Warehouse Labelling & Signage
– Longspan Shelving
– Mezzanine Floor
– Reach Truck

Locators’ custom-designed solution:

Locators’ custom-designed solution has maximised their new warehouse space for storage and organisation. Thanks to our warehouse labelling and signage, they can quickly identify and locate items. Our professional supply and fitting solutions have maximised their vertical and floor space. Find out more about our consultative approach and industry-leading selection of forklift trucks and storage systems by speaking to one of our experts today.

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There are several factors to consider when designing a warehouse, including the size and shape of the space, the types of products being stored, the equipment and technology being used, and the needs of the workforce.

One important aspect of warehouse design is the layout of the space. This includes determining the best use of the available space, such as where to store different types of products and where to locate areas for picking and packing orders. It is important to create a flow that allows for easy movement of goods and equipment throughout the warehouse. This can be achieved through the use of conveyor systems, forklifts, and other material handling equipment.

Another key factor to consider is the types of products being stored in the warehouse. Different products may have different storage requirements, such as temperature control or the need for special shelving or racks. Careful planning can help ensure that products are stored in a way that meets their specific needs and minimizes the risk of damage or loss.

Technology and equipment also play a role in warehouse design. The use of automation and robotics can help improve efficiency and accuracy, but it is important to carefully consider the needs and capabilities of the workforce when implementing new technology.

Finally, the needs of the warehouse workforce should be taken into account when designing a warehouse. This includes ensuring that there is sufficient lighting and ventilation, providing ample break areas and facilities, and designing the layout in a way that minimizes the risk of accidents and injuries.

By considering all of these factors, companies can create a warehouse that is efficient, effective, and safe for both their products and their employees.