Inspection mechanisms

Safety, durability and reliability are key values in storekeeping. ESE is a strategic partner that will ensure the operation of your warehouse. Our qualified engineers are always at your service.

Damages from daily warehouse operation can be minimised by taking preventive measures. Possible hazards are mapped during an inspection by a professional, and this way expensive warehouse closures due to errors in warehouse systems, as well as financial damage are minimised. You can save time and money!

The qualification of experienced ESE engineers meets the requirements of FEM and ERF standards. Each inspector has extensive experience in designing and installing shelving systems, and they have all undergone a comprehensive training programme. Upon completion of the training each inspector will receive a certificate and become the official inspector of NEDCON warehouse systems at ESE.

Before an inspection the inspector shall examine the warehouse drawings of the client. Inspectors have access to accordant documents, and they have thorough knowledge of the materials used.

Regular inspections are mainly targeted for traditional shelving systems. The inspection of automated shelving systems is not necessarily excluded but due to a significantly lower damage risk the need for inspection is not very high.

Regular inspection includes:

Pallet racks

Hanging garment racks

Drive-in racks

Pallet live storage and flow racks

Shelves for goods


Upon completion of the inspection the inspector shall write a report to describe the condition of the inspected shelves. It includes a list of steps necessary for improving the situation and what needs to be fixed or replaced. Information boards for inspected objects are marked with a special marker. It is easy to follow the inspection schedule for warehouse systems because the same marking has been used on shelves and reports. If repairs or replacement of damaged details need to be carried out we will also issue a quotation based on inspection results.