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Dock Boards & Loading Ramps

Regardless if you call them dock boards or loading ramps the equipment your facility employs has consequential effects on how a facility runs. Freight-loading facilities depend heavily on the quality of their loading equipment.  Therefore, your equipment needs to be safe as well as efficient. Without these qualities, overall facility operations will suffer negative consequences. Poor equipment functionality directly impacts the productivity of a loading dock.

Lots A Ramps Is Your Solution

If you are looking to substantially improve productivity in your facility, Lots A Ramps dock boards and other loading and unloading equipment is your solution. With unparalleled safety and durability, Lots A Ramps dock boards are a necessary tool for success. They can design equipment that is capable of withstanding your facilities workday. With the typical facility employing forklifts over dock boards throughout the day, you need a ramp that is manufactured to resist this constant pressure. Ensuring the safety of your employees and materials, and keeping your productivity up. Lots A Ramps designs all their products to withstand the usual warehouse workday and much more.

In addition to equipment quality, Lots A Ramps specializes in custom dock boards. They will meet any specific customer requirements, solve unique challenges, and function with pre-existing equipment and loading areas. Their equipment leads the industry in quality, offering unparalleled longevity and unmatched safety standards.

Steel Dock Boards | Welded Steel Curbs

These steel dock boards can handle the high-intensity of your warehouse loading/unloading needs.  They are highly durable and include welded steel curbs.

The following is a list of features offered by Lots A Ramps steel dock boards:

  • Steel Tread Plate Deck
  • Welded Steel Curbs
  • 15,000 to 20,000 Pound Maximum Capacities
  • 60-inch, 72-inch, and 80-inch Widths
  • 10-inch, 14-inch, and 18-inch Locking Legs
  • Fold-Down Lifting Loops
  • 5.5-inch Curbs
  • 11-inch or 14-inch Lips

Additionally, Lots A Ramps offers special capacities and sizes for unique customer applications.

Aluminum Dock Boards | Welded Aluminum Curbs

These dock boards are completely aluminum with welded aluminum curbs. Customers can choose from a variety of features depending on their application:

The following is a list of features offered by Lots A Ramps Aluminum dock boards with Welded Curbs:

  • Maximum Capacities of 10,000, 12,000, and 15,000 Pounds
  • 9-inch, or 13-inch Locking Legs
  • 11-inch or 14-inch Lips
  • 4-inch Welded Aluminum Curbs
  • Widths from 54 to 72 Inches and Lengths from 30 to 84 Inches (Dependent on Board Capacity)

Lots A Ramps is capable of creating dock boards for virtually any application; furthermore, their aluminum dock boards are cost-effective, lightweight, and extremely durable.

Aluminum Dock Boards | Bolt-on Steel Curbs

Another option for Lots A Ramps aluminum dock boards includes bolt-on steel curbs rather than the welded aluminum curbs. 

The following is a list of features offered by Lots A Ramps Aluminum dock boards with Bolt-on Steel Curbs:

  • 11-inch or 14-inch Lips
  • 9-inch or 13-inch Locking Legs
  • Lift Chain Option
  • 4-inch Bolt-on Steel Curbs
  • 10,000 and 15,000-pound Maximum Capacities
  • Widths from 54 to 72 Inches and Lengths from 36 to 72 Inches

Similar to the other model of Lots A Ramps aluminum dock board, these are cost-effective, lightweight and durable.

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Loading Ramp Safety is Copperloy’s Top Priority

The number of forklift fatalities by industry and type of accident:

Fatal Accident Type %   Where fatalities occur %
Crushed by vehicle tipping over 42%   Mining 1.2
Crushed between vehicle and a surface 25%   Construction 23.8
Crushed between two vehicles 11%   Manufacturing 42.5
Struck or run over by a forklift 10%   Transportation 11.0
Struck by falling material 8%   Wholesale trades 12.5
Fall from platform on the forks 4%   Retail trade 9.0

Loading Ramp Safety Tips

While using your truck ramp rental, Copperloy is a resource you can count on.  With a goal to provide all the skills and tools for success while using their dock equipment.  Find quick tips below!


  • Know Equipment Capabilities
  • Unload on a Level Surface
  • Secure with Wheel Chocks
  • Secure Ramp Connection
  • Transport at Safe Speeds
  • Maintain and Inspect Ramp Condition

Choosing Loading Ramps That Comply With OSHA Requirements

Whether you need a yard ramp that can provide access to trucks in the shipping yard, or auxiliary mobile ramp for your loading dock, OSHA-compliance begins with picking the right heavy-duty, safest ramp for the job.

In light of the number of accidents on forklifts, OSHA estimates 85 fatal forklift accidents per year; 34,900 forklift accidents result in serious injury; and 61,800 are classified as non-serious. Copperloy takes ramp safety seriously in all the features of their yard ramp features.  This data is supported by  the Industrial Truck Association, who estimates there are about 855,900 forklifts in the U.S. Therefore, over 11% of all forklifts will be involved in some type of accident each year.

Contact Copperloy to learn more about ramp safety and alignment with OSHA guidelines.