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PalletKraft Offers Lightweight Corrugated Pallet

PalletKraft North American Corp., Centerville, Ohio, now manufactures its Quantum Pallets in a range of sizes suitable for the packaging and shipping of textiles.

"[W]e have begun to work with several Southeastern US companies in the textile industry that have attempted to use corrugated pallets in the past and were dissatisfied," said Neil F. Costello, CEO. "However, all have been impressed by our product and are moving to implement."

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The pallets are made from two sheets of corrugated board using a state-of-the-art mass production process. The company reports they are 75-percent lighter in weight than wood pallets, while providing the same strength and durability. They can be customized for certain requirements, comply with new wood packaging material regulations, and are economically priced and recyclable. Their light weight enables companies to load more product on a truck and also makes them safer for employees to handle. In addition, the pallets can be used without changing existing equipment and processes.

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