Pallet flow, or flowrack, is a pallet storage method that uses wheels or rollers to convey and accumulate pallets in a storage module. Depths can range from 2 to over 20 pallets deep, thereby giving you higher storage density than other forms of racking. Because pallets travel from the load end to the unload end on their own, forklift travel is reduced.

Finally, the first pallet loaded into a lane will be the first pallet unloaded, giving you First-in First-out or FIFO. When a pallet is removed from the unload end, the pallets in behind will roll forward one position and come to rest on the ramp stops at the end of the lane. With flowrack, different forklift operators can independently load and unload pallets.