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Pallet companies how to get more from yours
  • Posted by: palnet
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Most people who buy pallets actually need more than pallets. They also need shipping supplies such as; stretch wrap, corner boards, load bars, cleats strapping, staples, nail guns, nails and more. What about 3rd party rental pallet management services, on-site sort and repair programs, recycling consolidation? These are all part of shipping today. And that's...
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Pallet recycling where green begins
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What makes wooden pallets so environmentally friendly is the ease with which they can be recycled. One call to a reputable pallet supplier can start the process. Instead of just ending up leaning against the back wall of your building, you can return them to useful life. When a pallet is recycled, the first thing...
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Buying pallets wholesale what to look for
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Pallets may look alike at first glance, but there's more to pallets than meets the eye. If you're in the market for wholesale pallets here's what to look out for. Your Pallet Supplier: Like everything else in business, who you do business with can be the most important element in your purchase. Make sure your supplier...
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Pallet specifications what you need to know
  • Posted by: palnet
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The first thing to determine when buying pallets is how they will be used. Your customers are actually the first consideration in determining that as different industries have different standards and different needs. Key questions are: Pallet type (stringer or block) Handling situations including racking, handling equipment and load weight Moisture content, lumber grade, nail...
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ISPM 15 What every pallet buyer needs to know about heat treating
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If you're shipping goods out of the United States, heat treating (HT) of your pallets for fumigation purposes needs to be part of your shipping procedures. Since March of 2002, the IPPC (International Plant Protection Committee) has set guidelines for regulating wood packaging material in international trade. The ISPM-15 Standard applies to both softwood (coniferous)...
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