PFlow Industries, Inc.
Since 1977, PFlow has been solely devoted to the design and manufacturer of vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRC’s) material handling equipment, systems, and specials. As the VRC pioneer, PFlow has led the industry from the start.
414-352-9000
6720 N. Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI, 53209 USA
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Managing Very Narrow Aisles in the Warehouse

VNA, or very narrow aisle, is a warehousing method. The VNA design makes the warehouse aisles as narrow as possible while using tall racking systems. This makes material storage extremely space efficient and there are many obvious benefits. However, there are some...

Warehouse Storage Solutions

Maximizing your warehouse storage can be tricky. Your warehouse is, of course, a huge part of your business. It may be where you store all your products or even where you bring clients to show them your products. Because of this, you want to make sure that everything...

Safety Meeting Ideas

Employee safety should always be a priority, and safety meetings are a great way to keep everyone protected and knowledgeable. There are many inherent dangers for warehouse employees, and preventing work-related injuries, deaths, and illnesses should be addressed...

Forklift Safety Tips

When forklifts are being used in your warehouse, safety and education are key. Twenty percent of forklift accidents involve a pedestrian being struck by the forklift. These incidents, however, are not unavoidable. They can be prevented when you and your staff take the...

Warehouse Employee Safety

Maintaining a safe working environment is vital for your employees. Warehouses can be dangerous places, and operating large machinery in the warehouse is something that should never be taken lightly. Try these tips for ensuring your employees are effectively prepared...

Warehousing Mistakes to Avoid

Warehousing is a complex and oftentimes dangerous operation. There are many common warehousing mistakes that can keep things from running efficiently, which is why managers and facility engineers should consider the following common mistakes. Avoiding them in the...