A yard ramp, sometimes called a mobile yard ramp, is a movable metal ramp for loading and unloading of vehicles. A yard ramp is placed at the back of a vehicle to provide access for forklifts to ascend the ramp. Using a yard ramp for vehicle loading or unloading allows the work to be carried out by a forklift. Yard ramps have been criticised as leading to "low productivity, higher investment, and limited flexibility" in buildings that already have docking bays.
- Mulcahy, David E. (2004). Order-Fulfillment and Across-the-Dock Concepts, Design, and Operations Handbook. Taylor & Francis. p. 459. OCLC 1027135567 – via Google Books. Search this book on
- Mulcahy, David E. (2007). Eaches or pieces order fulfillment, design, and operations handbook. Books24x7.com. p. 86. ISBN 9781420013092. OCLC 796742086 – via Google Books. Search this book on
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