Shuttle racking is a compact storage system in which a shuttle driven by an electric motor runs on rails inside the storage levels, replacing forklifts, considerably reducing operating times and enabling items to be grouped by individual levels as opposed to complete lanes.

The Pallet Shuttle follows orders sent by an operator using an external device such as a PC or handheld device, depositing the load in the first free placement location in the load level and compacting the pallets as much as possible. By removing the need to drive forklifts into the lanes, storage capacity is increased in terms of depth, the risk of accidents and damage to the racks is greatly reduced, operator movements are optimised and warehouse operation is modernised and made more flexible.