The Drive-in system is a compaction-based storage system that takes advantage of both surface and height space. It is a useful system for the storage of large quantities of the same product.
This system is used in sectors where large quantities and few references are managed, and a rotation of these products is not very high.
Is the most common configuration, where the LIFO theory is applied (The last pallet to enter is the first to leave), normally used as a storage warehouse.
This configuration only has a single access where both load and download operations are carried out.
It is a configuration that uses this alignment of shelves as a warehouse regulator, following the theory FIFO (The first pallet to enter is the first to leave), has two aisles, one for the load and the other for the unloading.