Asset protection starts with your customers people.
Your customers most important barrier is the one separating their workforce from the four-ton forklift careening across their warehouse floor. Our fully modular system keeps your customers people safe and their business protected—with the most advanced protective system ever designed.
Energy Absorbing – Impacts are directed along the rails & into the concrete
Complete Protection – Post and rail system protects the entire area
Modular Design – Accommodates any space, regardless of size
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"Warehouse Partners have supported us on various projects for our customers for back of rack netting and labelling requirements. We benefit from the professionalism and experience that Warehouse Partners bring, allowing for clear transparency with our clients, and we look forward to working with Warehouse Partners on future projects."
Tom Mckelvie at Dalvie Systems
"Warehouse Partners have worked alongside us on many back of rack protection requirements for customers. Their constant development and testing of their various RackNets products means we have full confidence in the system for our clients. Our clients like the flexibility of the system as a safety feature whilst it stops them using it as a backstop, a problem most steel systems still have."
Richard Church at Spartan Direct
"We use Warehouse Partners on a regular basis regarding racking labelling and back of rack safety netting. They provide us with a wealth of expertise and knowledge to assist our customer on-site requirements and we have developed a strong relationship over several years."
Simon King at NSI Projects
"The use of erecting netting to reduce risk to our personnel was considered after 2 near miss incident reports. Following consultation with Warehouse Partners the project was agreed and completed on time and budget . I would recommend them to any company considering improvement of safety walkways."