Sydney-based pallet recycler and manufacturer, Enviro Pallets, has just completed a custom-made order for the largest pallet it has ever assembled for a client.
The pallet really is the King Kong of its ‘breed’ – it measures 6 metres x 4 metres, is made entirely of hardwood and weighs a massive 400kgs.
The custom-made component of the Glendenning company has grown and leaps and bounds over the past six months.
Enviro Pallets claims that no custom-made job is too small or too large.
Thanks to an on-site pack docking saw, Enviro Pallets is able to keep down milling costs which are in turn are passed onto a growing band of satisfied customers.
Enviro Pallets markets a comprehensive range of second hand pallets including standard and 1100mm x 1100mm softwood and hardwood pallets and 1200mm x 800mm and 1200mm x 1000mm EURO pallets.
Enviro Pallets also markets new softwood and hardwood pallets, pressed wood pallets, and many types of plastic pallets.
Enviro Pallets also offers an on-site heat treatment service for clients using pallets in the export market.
These wooden export pallets must be heat treated to meet strict regulations imposed by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).
Pallets exported to most countries from Australia must comply with the IPPC’s International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures Publication 15 (ISPM 15).ISPM 15 is a measure developed by IPPC that directly addresses the need to sanitise certain material used to ship products between countries.