Friday, October 26, 2007

New Hybrid Pallets for Export – Made in Australia




Until recently, buyers of pallets for export had two options: timber or plastic.

Timber pallet prices were good, their production was flexible and they were readily available in Australia. On the other hand, their quality and strength varied, they came with splinters and made exporting to some countries impossible.

Plastic pallets, on the other hand, had all the advantages of quality, durability, cleanliness, savings on storage (nestable models) and easy export, but they had to be imported from overseas, which affected their price.

Now, for the first time in Australia, there are pallets that combine the quality of plastic with the manufacturing flexibility of timber. What is more, these Hybrid Pallets are very light and highly nestable, yet they can carry up to 1,000kg of product!

This is excellent news for Australian exporters from Plastic2go. Companies exporting by air will benefit from the super light weight of these pallets, because they will their air freight will be cheaper. Companies exporting by sea will benefit from the strength of the Hybrid Pallets and from the ability to save money when shipping and storing them unloaded.

Plastic2go has announced some special deals on Hybrid Pallets for export, starting with the square H2GSP114, an 1140x1140 pallet, made from a tri-wall corrugated or cross-sheet laminated cardboard for extra strength and 16 plastic feet. This pallet is ideal for shipping in sea containers.

Plastic2go is now offering Hybrid Pallets from $19.97, with a minimum quantity of 100.

How does all this affect Australian exporters? That’s simple. Plastic2go pallets are so affordable that Australian exporters will save money on shipping when they buy Hybrid Pallets. Smaller exporters will finally be able to buy smaller quantities of pallets, while larger companies will be able to get great prices.