Facing Unprecedented Shortage of Wooden Pallets? What You Should Do?
Unprecedented Wooden Material shortage is coming around the world. The price of traditional wooden pallets has also increased recently across South East Asia.
Timber shortage is more and more severe.
The shortage of timber has impacted who are those using wooden pallets. Prices for wooden pallets have risen considerably, and it will continue to rise and those hikes are being felt by the customer. This is not the scene of a sustainable or stable market.
Are you facing Wooden Pallet Shortage? What Should You Do?
The Best Alternative will be Compressed Wood Pallets.
The Benefit of Compressed Wood Pallets
✔️ Using wood waste only
✔️ ISPM 15 compliant
✔️ CARB compliant
✔️ Competitively priced
✔️ No Heat or Fumigation Treatment thereby saving cost
✔️ Nestable and provide great space savings both in the warehouse and in shipping
✔️ Space-saving because it is a stackable/nestable design
✔️ Water-resistant – resin bonded
✔️ 4-way entry – easy handling for pallet jack and forklift
✔️ Strong and durable – dynamic weight capacity >1Ton
✔️ Molded pallet – consistent quality, rounded edges & corners minimise breakage during stretch wrapping
✔️ No exposed nails, wood splinters or screws to cause injury to workers or damage to the packaging
✔️ Manufacturer’s certification can be provided free of charge upon request for the accompanied shipment
✔️ Mass Produced – Scalable
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Compressed Wood Pallet V.S Traditional Pallet
|Compressed Wood Pallet
|Conventional Wood Pallet
|Exempted; exported worldwide without heat or fumigation treatment
|Requires heat or fumigation treatment; increased treatment cost
|Space savings – Nestable
|7kg – 16kg
|Total Logistics Cost
|Low due to lighter weight; pallets are nestable. Save space.
|Environmentally friendly; returns to nature
|High disposal costs, not accepted at landfill/incubator
|Termite attack resistant; weather-resistant
|Less resistant than compressed wood pallet
|No nails, rounded edge
|Nails, subject to corrosion