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One of the most used options for the manufacture of bases or pallets, Pallet blocks or chipboard blocks are available in various proportions and sizes , exempt from the application of the ISPM 15 phytosanitary standard.

Blocks of higher quality for their consistency. Perfectly retains the use of nails and no possibility of mold in the block. Energy saving. Made with recycled materials. Eco –  Friendly.

The most economical and ecological solution on the market since they are manufactured under PEFC certification (wood from sustainable forests).

For the manufacture of pallets and packaging bases, variety of sizes.

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    We have Pine plywood, OSB and Particleboard in different thicknesses and with standardized dimensions.

    Woodbased panel products are sheet materials that contain a significant amount of wood in the form of strips, veneers, chips, strands or fibres.

    The categories described in this Wood Information Sheet (WIS) are:
    • plywoods
    • particleboards
    • oriented strand board (OSB)
    • fibre building boards.

    Within each of the above categories are a number of specific panel types and grades. Some of these are defined in BS EN product standards while others are made to commercial specifications.

    We also cut to size. Consult other types of boards and sizes out of standard.

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      The bases of our crates are made of chipboard blocks, which means they come from sustainable timber harvesting / recycling.

      Advantages:

      • These blocks can come from recycled material, which minimizes the environmental impact of the packaging.
      • By using customized FSC / PEFC / recycled chipboard blocks, manufacturing processes (cutting) are eliminated, which saves energy costs (less CO2 emissions).

       

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