Pallets played a critical role in the logistics of World War 2, and the war, in turn, played a big role in the further development of pallets and how they are used today, with the invention of the four-way entry pallet, as well as the concept of using standardized pallets.
How long have pallets been moving the world? Well according to Packaging Revolution’s article What Came First, the Pallet or the Forklift, “Pallet-like structures have been used as bases for at least a few hundred years for applications such as the safe stacking and…
It is important that food remains safe and unadulterated during transportation. Wooden pallets play a critical role in the delivery of food, but is it safe? According to a 2015 article in NWPCA’s Pallet Central magazine, “The good news is there is no…
General Pallets, Inc. is ISPM-15 certified. But what does that mean?
Transportation and packaging is an important factor to consider for all kinds of products, but even more so for fragile products.
What should you do with used pallets you don’t need anymore? Recycle them!
Wood and cardboard make great pallets. Unfortunately, they are also susceptible to mold growth.
Pallets can easily lead to injuries, especially when they are handled or used improperly.
The question that many have asked is, is using wood actually a good thing? The answer is yes.
Determining whether a pallet is safe for reuse can be difficult. Here are some helpful questions to ask yourself when making this determination.