Commercial Loading Docks: Dock Doors vs Grade Level Doors

Grade Level Doors vs. Dock Level Doors | Commercial Properties

This video is a follow-up to our previous vlog on commercial loading docks and grade level doors vs. dock level doors. 

Grade Level Doors vs. Dock Level Doors

Grade level doors vs. dock level doors are very common in commercial properties. They’re needed to help streamline the loading and unloading of textiles, commercial grade products, equipment, and the essential products we all utilize on a day to day basis.

Check out Mike’s vlog where he explains these commercial loading docks in further detail and also shows examples of each.

Grade level doors are probably the most common. They allow you to drive vehicles, heavy equipment or large product directly into your warehouse without being dependent on containerized traffic.

Dock level doors are perfect for companies who utilize 53 footer trucks. Dock level doors allow trucks and delivery vehicles to bring their product as close to the doors as possible for easy offloading of products and goods.

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