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Last Updated On November 24, 2020Unfortunately, the familiar wooden pallet doesn’t have a particularly long lifespan. They typically only last a handful of trips before they have to be replaced, meaning

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Christmas Closures And Wrapping Up 2019

Let's celebrate our partnership with a quick look back on 2019's highlights.

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Eco Pallets has relocated its Perth headquarters

After spending various wonderful years at our Perth head office in Kewdale, we have officially relocated to Forrestfield in order to accommodate our recent growth.

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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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What are the pallet requirements for export in Australia?

Shipping internationally is great for your business but comes with its own set of complications, from export pallet size to customs regulations.

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How much does a pallet weigh?

Pallet weight varies considerably according to the materials used and the design. Here are a few examples of lightweight and heavy-duty pallet options.

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Pallet Stacking & Storage: What’s The Best Method?

The best method of storing and stacking your pallets comes down to the level of access you need and type of goods you store. Here are some common options.

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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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