Wooden pallets are widely used in the logistic and supply chain to store and transport products safely and securely. There are many different variations of the wooden pallet and all serve a different purpose the businesses that use them.
The most popular size pallet in the UK is 1200x1000mm. Within these options you can choose from the type of pallet you require depending on the load capacity, products to be used with or simply the weight of the pallet. The pallets have varying base designs which include either 3 base slides or all-around deck design. Most pallets can all be approached from 4 sides with a forklift truck or a warehouse hand truck depending on the load you are moving.
We also offer a single-use pallet which is lightweight and less sturdy design to accommodate a smaller load capacity. These are a cheaper option if you want to reduce costs for your company. Also, despite what the name suggests, single-use pallets can be used multiple times if they are looked after and well maintained.
COLLARS AND COVERS FOR WOODEN PALLETS
Rotomshop UK also has lids and pallet collars for the wooden pallets in the range. With the help of these related products, you can make a crate or a pallet box in no time. This way your products are easily protected against dust, dirt and impact damage. For example, you can stack the products up to a height of approximately 140cm by means of, for example, a pallet collar for your pallet complete with plastic stacking corners and a matching lid. You mainly use the lid to easily stack your pallets without causing damage.
Other Uses For Pallet Collars.
Wooden pallet collars are now becoming increasingly popular within the gardening community and also for making furniture. Wooden pallets offer a great way to be used as a planter for flowers, vegetable and herbs by placing soil in between the slats to provide and neat and tidy plant bed.
Alternatively, wooden pallets make the base of perfect seating for the patio or garden area and have a good load capacity to support multiple people sitting on them. They have also been used to make bed bases to give a rustic feel to a room. The possibilities are endless!