Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Wine Export Plastic Pallets

Australian wineries produce a wide range of excellent wines from many grape varieties and regions. Winemakers from Australia have earned international praise and respect over the years and their wines have won many international prizes.

Plastic2go offers great deals on export plastic pallets for the Australian wine exporters.

Pallet for wine export to US, NZ & Europe

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P2G110: affordable lightweight plastic pallet for export
to NZ, US and Europe

For export of wine to the United States, New Zealand and Europe, Plastic2go offers its P2G110 plastic pallet.

P2G110 is a 1200x1000 nestable lightweight pallet, which can be used to ship wine smoothly even through the strictest quarantine checkpoints.

P2G110 gives exporters great savings in space in storage, at a ratio of 3:1 compared to timber pallets. There are 60 pallets in a 2.4m stack.

For airfreight, P2G110 also saves on the cost of shipping, being only 5.4kg in weight, or 1 third of the weight of a timber pallet.

Wine export to Asia

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P2G114V: affordable plastic pallet for export to Asia

For export of wine to Asian countries, such as China, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Singapore and Hong Kong, Plastic2go offers its P2G114V plastic pallet.

P2G114V is a revolutionary 1140x1140 nestable and stackable pallet, with a uniquely designed full-perimeter base.

P2G114V gives exporters great savings in space in storage, at a ratio of 2:1 compared to timber pallets. There are 38 pallets in a 2.4m stack.

P2G114V can also be used to ship wine smoothly even to countries with the toughest import hygiene regulations.

Other options

Plastic2go also stocks used plastic pallets, which it sells in smaller quantities. These pallets are easy to clean and use for storing and delivering wine anywhere in Australia or abroad.

How does all this affect wine exporters? That’s simple. Plastic2go’s pallets are so affordable that wine exporters will be able to save money on shipping by seriously reducing treatment and quarantine costs and hassles, making wine export from Australia a whole lot cheaper and easier.

Inquiries can be made on the company’s web site.

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