In large warehouses or when transporting goods, pallets are an indispensable tool for modern logistics and large-scale warehouses. While improving production efficiency, it also greatly reduces business costs.
As the requirements for production conditions, storage conditions, process control, and quality management continue to increase, wooden pallets have insurmountable limitations in hygienic and standardized production. Plastic pallets have emerged at the historic moment and quickly occupy a place. Because the superiority of plastic pallets is widely recognized by the owners, plastic pallets are the most promising pallet varieties.
International standards for pallets dimensions
The 1,200 X 800 mm pallets are mostly used in the European market.
The 1,100 X 1,100 mm pallets are mostly used in the Asian markets (the equivalent American dimensions are 43 X 43 inch).
Half pallet – 800 X 600 mm pallet, widely used by retail chains and for shipping high-value goods in small packages.
Quarter pallet – a 600 X 400 mm pallet, another option popular with retail chains and for shipping high-value goods in small packages.