Pallet Racking Inspection Checklist: What To Inspect & Why

Our pallet inspection checklist will help you detect and resolve issues before they risk injuring one of your staff members or damaging your valuable inventory.

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Standard pallet sizes (and uses) in Australia

Whether you ship internationally or domestically, the right pallet size is crucial to the smooth running of your supply chain, avoiding delays and extra costs.

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What’s The Difference Between A Skid And A Pallet?

Knowing the difference between a skid and a pallet means you can choose the right product to streamline your entire transport, storage and logistics operation.

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What Are The Best Types Of Pallets For Shipping Pharmaceuticals?

The pharmaceutical industry received plenty of attention when wooden pallets were blamed for contamination issues - but what are the best alternatives?

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What happened in Australian shipping and logistics in 2018?

The world of shipping and logistics is always changing, but what were we talking about in 2018. We look at what we're thinking about as we end the year.

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4 efficiency benefits lightweight pallets could offer to your business

Lightweight plastic pallets can represent a significant reduction in logistic costs due to their strength, flexibility and hygienic nature. Here's why.

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Is there a difference between nestable and stackable pallets?

Nestable and stackable pallets have shared uses, but which is best for your business depends on your stock. Here we take a look at the benefits of both.

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Can reusable plastic crates help reduce logistics costs?

If reducing logistics costs is at the front of your business plans, consider reusable plastic crates. They're lightweight, strong, durable and hygienic.

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How Plastic Collapsible Crates Improve The Flexibility Of Logistics Operations

Collapsible plastic crates allow you to adapt your logistics operations when called for, whether you need to increase supply or cut shipping costs.

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The future of the Australian supply chain

Advances in the Australian transport and supply chain industries could mean big changes for both companies and consumers in the coming years.

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