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3-Piece Pallet Wins InterBev “Best Distribution Innovation” Award

PSI0011 – InterBev 3-Piece Pallet Press Release FINAL, 10/2/13

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Director, North American Sales Polymer Solutions International Inc. Toll Free: (877) 444-RACK (7225) Mobile: (414) 405-1444
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Polymer Solutions’ 3-Piece Pallet and Top Cap System Protects Coca-Cola Freestyle Dispenser; Wins InterBev “Best Distribution Innovation” Award

MEDFORD, NEW JERSEY, USA (October 2, 2013) – To help The Coca-Cola Company better package and protect their Coca-Cola Freestyle® beverage dispensers for shipment to restaurants across the United States, Polymer Solutions International, Inc. designed and engineered a unique 3-piece pallet and top cap shipping platform. Named the Side Step Pallet System, the shipping platform was named “Best Distribution Innovation” at the 2012 InterBev Awards.

“Previously, Coca-Cola used a single-piece thermoformed plastic pallet to package the Coca- Cola Freestyle dispensers for shipment,” explains Steve Kurth, Director of North American Sales for Polymer Solutions. “But this system created a shipping package with a high center of gravity, which was not optimal for shipping.” Furthermore, when a dispenser arrived at its restaurant destination, special pallet ramps had to be deployed to remove it from the packaging.

To solve these problems, Polymer Solutions’ transport packaging engineers devised the reusable Side Step Pallet System. Molded entirely from 100% recyclable, FDA-approved polypropylene (PP), the system includes a 42 x 32-inch footprint pallet assembly with a separate center and left/right base rails that are easily removed with a pallet jack. To secure the dispenser to the base pallet and reinforce dimensional integrity during transit, the system also includes a top cap, also molded of PP.

“Being able to add and remove the center and base rail components separately in both shipping and installation keeps the Coca-Cola Freestyle dispenser close to the ground for a lower center of gravity. Not only does this make for more stable shipping, but it also allows for easier removal from the packaging and faster installation at its destination” Kurth says.

Since the initial development of the system, Coca-Cola has capitalized on a variety of cost savings as a result of the new packaging. These include:

  •   Reduction of shipping claims caused by damage in transit.
  •   The ability to ship units individually via a less-than-truckload (LTL) network.
  •   Elimination of the need for and use of ramps to remove the dispenser from the packaging.
  •   Faster installations at restaurants.
  •   Re-use of the Side Step Pallet System, reducing packaging waste and supportingsustainability initiatives.In recognition of the cost savings delivered by the Side Step Pallet System to Coca-Cola’s distribution process, the shipping platform won “Best Distribution Innovation” at the 2012 InterBev Awards. Supported by the American Beverage Association, the competition highlighted innovative solutions created for the beverage industry, and attracted more than 170 entries from 15 countries in 30 categories.For more information, please call (877) 444-7225 or visit the Polymer Solutions International website at www.ProStack.com## #

    About Polymer Solutions International, Inc.

    Founded in 1997, Polymer Solutions International is a global manufacturer of a wide variety of FM-approved fire retardant reusable plastic pallets and racks, including export pallets (one-way), nestable, stackable pallets, rackable pallets, and custom pallets. Made from 100% recyclable, FDA-approved materials, the company’s products are ideal for pharmaceutical, general industry, food, beverage and warehousing applications. For more information, visit www.ProStack.com

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6 Ways Amazon Is Changing Supply Chain Management

What is “the Amazon Effect” on supply chain management? If you haven’t heard of it yet, you will soon. The Amazon Effect refers to how the digital marketplace has changed the traditional business model. It is named, of course, after the online behemoth Amazon.com, and has specific ramifications for supply chain operations. As the world’s leading online retailer, the impact of Amazon on supply chain management was inevitable. But how exactly have Amazon and other online retailers transformed supply chain management?

1. Continuous Fulfillment

No longer can a distribution company just collect orders and fill them at the end of the day. Online marketplaces are open around the clock and people often want overnight or next-day delivery. That means a system has to be in place to process orders immediately, so the item can be picked up from the warehouse and sent down the line right away.

2. More Intensive Management

Naturally, more order fulfillment and faster distribution will require more management and better inventory control. Distributors must hire competent management personnel, often using state-of-the-art logistics software, to make sure the accelerated supply chain continues to function effectively at all times.

3. Better Automation

Automation is already a critical part of most shipping supply chains. With faster, around-the-clock deliveries, your automated processes need to be faster and more efficient. Suppliers must invest in state-of-the-art machines and automation technology to keep up with demand.

4. Bigger Warehouses

Companies that find themselves having to search for or manufacture new product when it is ordered are going to fall behind. Companies need to make sure they have big enough warehouses or a large enough number of warehouses to contain as much inventory as they need to make sure they will always be able to fulfill any order at any time.

5. Last-Mile Logistics

Getting a product that “last mile” — that bit of distance from the local receiving center to the recipient on time — has always been a challenge, but it is one that Amazon seems to have mastered. Today’s supply chain managers must find new and innovative ways to cross that last mile.

6. Reversing the Inventory and Logistics Dynamic

In the past, many companies have had a strategy of outsourcing logistics and insourcing inventory. It means using their own in-house products but taking advantage of third parties all along the supply chain to deliver them. Amazon does the opposite, offering many products that sit in the warehouses of other parties, but managing their own extremely efficient logistics system to get those products and get them to their locations.

Companies looking to compete in the online retail space will have to consider just how much of this model they want to, and are able to, follow.

Polymer Solutions International Inc. can help companies streamline and accelerate their supply chains with consistent, durable plastic pallets and other packing, storage and shipping solutions. To find out how, visit our website, call us at 610-325-7500 or get in touch online.

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Federal Regulations for Bottled Water

Bottled water is everywhere — take a trip to your local grocery or convenience store, and you’ll likely find dozens of varieties from different manufacturers and sources. In fact, bottled water is now more popular (by volume) than carbonated soft drinks — the average American will drink 39.3 gallons of it per year.

We like to think of bottled water as a safe, healthy and convenient choice. But have you ever wondered how strictly regulated this multibillion-dollar industry is? The answers may surprise you.

Who Regulates Bottled Water?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies bottled water as a packaged food product and is responsible for its regulation. Tap water, however, is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). One of the EPA’s primary responsibilities is to establish and oversee standards for public water utilities about acceptable levels of bacteria and contaminants.

FDA Bottled Water Regulations in Detail

As an informed consumer, it’s not enough to know that regulations exist. You need to know what they specify and what they could mean for your health. There are three components to the FDA’s bottled water regulations:

  • Standard of identity: It may surprise people to know that terms like “artesian” and “spring” water aren’t just empty marketing terms — they’re used in highly specific ways to signify the source of your bottled water. FDA regulations cover 11 definitions: drinking, groundwater, artesian, deionized, distilled, reverse osmosis, mineral, purified, sparkling, spring and well water. Spring water must come from a spring with an underground source. Mineral water must contain at least 250 parts per million (ppm) total dissolved solids, and artesian well water must be tapped from a naturally pressurized underground aquifer.
  • Standard of quality: FDA guidelines specify maximum levels of chemical, physical, microbial and radiological contaminants for bottled water. In all, guidelines exist for more than 90 substances. These are based primarily on EPA public water standards, though some variations exist. For example, bottled water lead content cannot exceed 5 parts per billion (ppb) — one-third the amount permissible in public water supplies.
  • Current good manufacturing practices (CGMP): CGMP guidelines govern the way bottled water is processed and packaged before being sold to consumers. CGMPs are designed to prevent bacteria and other contamination. They involve handling and equipment decontamination, and they require that all bottled water is routinely sampled and tested to confirm its purity.

FDA bottled water regulations also cover the claims a bottler can make about the filtration and treatment processes. Common treatments include micron filtration, in which a microscopic filter is used to screen out chemicals and microbes, and reverse osmosis, which involves using pressure to force water through a membrane, removing microbes, minerals, color, turbidity and chemicals.

The bottom line when it comes to bottled water is that, as a consumer, you need to do your due diligence. Rather than assuming all products are the same, look closely at the label to find out where your water is sourced from and how it is treated.

The FDA’s bottled water regulations are in place to ensure customers can feel confident about the safety of these packaged goods. Ultimately, the decision of which kind of water to drink comes down to personal preference. Spring, sparkling and artesian bottled water are all excellent choices.

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Emergency Water Storage Preparation

There are few parts of the country that aren’t affected by natural disasters. Hurricanes, tornados and other extreme weather seem to be increasing both in frequency and intensity. One upside of the media’s attention to these catastrophic events is that it clearly shows the value of preparedness.

Hopefully, your region won’t be the next one affected. But if it is, here’s what you need to know about emergency water storage to stay safe.

What Should I Do Before a Storm?

Clean, fresh water is essential to life. Storms and natural disasters can knock out your power or cause your local water supply to become contaminated. For this reason, having enough on hand — and keeping it safe and sanitary — is a critical part of emergency preparedness.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend keeping a minimum of 1 gallon of water for each person, per day. Plan for a minimum of three days, though if you have the storage space available, two weeks is preferred. Don’t forget about your pets, either — they will need the same amount of water as any other family member. FEMA recommends consumers purchase commercially bottled water and store it in a dark, cool place in the original, sealed container.

What’s the Best Way of Storing Water for an Emergency?

Buying large bottles of water and keeping them unopened is an easy way to set aside water for an emergency. However, if you prefer to store water yourself, use only food-grade containers such as those found at most hardware and camping stores.

If you are going to use your own containers for emergency water storage, wash them thoroughly using soap, water and a small amount of household bleach. Let them air dry before filling them. Never use glass bottles or other containers that can break easily.

You can store containers of tap water at room temperature if you replace it every six months to ensure the best the filtration and taste. However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has determined unopened commercially bottled water has an unlimited shelf life.

It’s also a good idea to keep some water in your freezer so you can keep food cold if your power goes out. Immediately before a storm, fill your bathtub with water, so you have extra on hand to flush your toilets.

What Should I Do During a Storm?

If you’ve set aside enough emergency water, there’s a good chance you’ll have nothing to worry about during a storm. Unless you’ve been instructed to do so, don’t ration water — keep drinking enough to stay hydrated and healthy. If you’re in danger of running out, stay cool, limit your activity and don’t drink caffeine or alcohol. Both of these can cause dehydration.

If you’re concerned about an emergency water supply, boil the water for a full minute before drinking or washing with it. You can also add a small amount of household bleach — about 1/8 of a teaspoon per gallon. Stir and let stand for a half-hour. This will kill off most of the bacteria and viruses that can make you sick.

Staying Safe and Calm

It’s easy to let constant reports of storms and other calamities overwhelm your thinking when it comes to emergency preparedness. While there’s no predicting how or when a natural disaster will affect you, something as simple as making sure you have enough water on hand will save you a great deal of last-minute panic when a storm comes.

Bottle-Up® bottled water racks from Polymer Solutions International, Inc. are sturdy enough for commercial applications but are also a great way to keep an emergency water supply in your home. Learn more about them today.

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How Global Warehousing Trends Could Influence Your Business Model

There was a time when warehousing used to be relatively simple. You had your store and then you had your warehouse, where you kept all your extra inventory. When the store ran out of stock of something, you headed to the warehouse and picked some more up.

The new face of retailing has changed global warehousing trends dramatically. Today, if you’re a retailer, you almost always must have an online presence if you are to survive. And when you are selling online, you are typically selling items directly out of the warehouse, which requires an entirely different business model.

How modern warehousing works in the digital world of retailing has also changed dramatically due to the “Amazon Effect.” Amazon has quickly mastered the art of online retailing and smaller businesses that do not adopt at least some of their practices when it comes to order fulfillment, supply chain management and shipping process are likely to get left behind.

Important Global Warehousing Trends to Consider

So what are some of the most important global warehousing trends to consider in this brave new world?

One is that your new business model has to accommodate on-demand fast shipping for your customers. No one is willing to wait four to six weeks for delivery any longer. They want it in days and maybe even hours. You cannot possibly facilitate such requests with one warehouse and standard shifts of shipping employees.

You need to have a local warehouse presence in multiple locations that you service, so you can ship from a much shorter distance. You need fulfillment professionals working around the clock and experienced managers to supervise them.

You need to figure out how to handle the “last mile” delivery problem that Amazon has conquered: getting the package that last step from the local receiving station to your customer’s door. That may require setting up some personal lockers for pickup, hiring local drivers for delivery or other creative methods.

You may, like Target, need to turn your store or part of your store into an “order fulfillment center” — part store and part warehouse — so you can deliver products directly from your store or have the products on hand so someone who has ordered online can come down at their convenience and pick it up.

How to Keep Up With Global Warehousing Trends in the Amazon Age

It’s definitely a good idea to keep a close eye on what the big guys are doing, but the most important thing to do is keep track of who your customers are and how they like to be served. You may want to adjust your warehouse plan according to where you have the most customers.

For more helpful tips on managing warehousing and inventory in the digital age, and for modern, sustainable, efficient packaging solutions like plastic pallets and bottled water racks, visit Polymer Solutions International Inc. and tell us about your concerns. Or, you can give us a call at 610-325-7500 anytime.

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Emerging Green Trends in Warehousing

The benefits of “going green” when it comes to your industrial practices are no longer in dispute. Not only can green initiatives save you money and protect the environment, but they also signal to your customers that you are community-minded and that you care about them and the world in which we all live.

Today’s consumers have unique insights into the way businesses run their companies thanks to the information available through digital means and they want to know they can feel good about the companies they make their purchases from. That’s why more and more companies today are seeking LEED certification in their facility design.

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, certification comes from the U.S. Green Building Council and lets your customers know that you care about sustainability. LEED certification does not apply just to retail stores or factories, but also to sustainable warehouse design as well.

Green warehousing practices are no harder to implement than green manufacturing or sales practices, and warehouse green initiatives can be just as valuable when it comes to cost-effectiveness, public relations and ethical considerations.

So what are some of the emerging green warehousing trends? Here are three:

  • Lighting: Controlling lighting is one of the best and easiest ways to conserve energy in a warehouse. There are a number of ways to implement green lighting solutions. One is daylighting, or designing your facility with apertures that allow the sun to get in and effectively light the facility during the day. If you perform warehouse duties around the clock, there are also solar batteries and light-activated motion sensors that can help dramatically reduce lighting costs.
  • Insulated Overhead Doors: A tremendous amount of heat or cool air can escape from your warehouse loading doors even when they are closed. Replacing them with insulated doors can block heat transfer, lowering cooling costs in the summer and heating costs in the winter.
  • Recycling, Reusing and Repurposing: So many items can be reused or made from recycled materials in a warehouse, dramatically reducing waste. Plastic pallets and other plastic containers can be designed to be used over and over again and then recycled so they never have to end up in landfills. Your storage container costs will also drop. Salvaged wood and recycled steel are other effective ways to keep your warehouse going strong while saving money and protecting the environment.

These are just a few of the many ways you can take steps to have a greener warehouse facility, and with some creative strategic planning you should be able to come up with many more. If you’re interested in starting with reusable, recyclable storage products, Polymer Solutions International Inc. can help. We are a leader in sustainable, reusable plastic bottled water racks and plastic pallets, which are the perfect way to start making your facility greener and more environmentally friendly.

For information about PSI ProStack® sustainable plastic pallets and bottled water racks, call 610-325-7500 or contact us online or via live chat on our website now.

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The Importance of Recycling Water Bottles

As bottled water surpasses carbonated soft drinks as the beverage of choice for most Americans, it has raised serious questions about the environmental impact of consuming something readily available from the tap. This has put consumers in an unenviable position — we hear every day about the health benefits of ditching sugary sodas, but we want to do the right thing for the earth as well.

While it is possible to reuse plastic almost indefinitely, more than 38 billion bottles are wasted each year.

Nestlé Steps Up

In August 2017, Nestlé became the first bottler to include the How2Recycle instruction label on all its water brands. Additionally, the company made a $6 million investment in the Closed Loop Fund, a social impact investment fund that aims to find national solutions to the American recycling gap.

About How2Recycle

One of the persistent challenges in waste reduction is that most consumers aren’t aware of what can and can’t be recycled. This leads to more recyclable items ending up in landfills. Conversely, it also means that too many items that can’t be recycled end up in recycling facilities, costing time and money and making systems less effective overall.

How2Recycle aims to fix this by putting easy-to-understand labels on all consumer products. The program, launched in 2012, now has partnerships with several major manufacturers and brands. In 2017, it won a DuPont Packaging Silver Award for innovation.

About the Closed Loop Fund

The Closed Loop Fund is an ongoing initiative that invests in sustainable manufacturing technology and finances projects that scale up recycling infrastructure. In the past, the project has purchased single stream boxes for the City of Memphis, helping it implement a municipal recycling program.

The fund has also worked with both public and private recycling facilities to upgrade technology, increase diversion rates and expand capacity.

Preventing Recycling Waste

Ultimately, limiting waste and improving recycling will depend on three things. First, people need to be informed about the scope of the problem and want to create change. Second, consumers need to have the right information to translate goodwill into effective action. Third, corporations that want to be good stewards of the environment must invest in equipment and infrastructure that will process recycled materials in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

As the largest bottled water producer in the world, Nestlé does have some pull when it comes to influencing industry standards. Adopting even more forward-thinking labeling and partnering with organizations such as the Closed Loop Fund are steps in the right direction — ones that will hopefully encourage other manufacturers to address the growing problem of bottled water waste.

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How Walmart, Amazon, Target and Others Are Changing Ecommerce Logistics

In 2016, online sales reached a staggering 396.4 billion dollars, according to the Department of Commerce. Ecommerce is here to stay, and the prevalence of e-commerce means sales companies who wish to stay competitive need to have an ecommerce presence and need to understand ecommerce supply chain management.

To understand changing ecommerce logistics, it’s a good idea to look at some of the ecommerce logistics trends as established by giants like Walmart, Amazon and Target. Here are some of the trends in ecommerce logistics that these companies are successfully putting into practice.

Self Pick-Up

One of the biggest challenges ecommerce retailers face when it comes to delivering packages fast and on-time is the “last mile” problem — that is, getting a package from the local delivery center to the customer’s door while still staying within the established time frame.

One solution the bigger retailers like Walmart and Amazon have come up with is to cut out that last mile entirely. Options that these companies are using or experimenting with include local personal delivery lockers or kiosks that customers can conveniently drive to in order to pick up their packages and ride-sharing-style services where ordinary drivers can sign up to deliver packages to local recipients in their area.

Fast, Free Shipping

Amazon has been extremely successful with their Amazon Prime program, a membership subscription service that includes, among other things, free two-day shipping. Providing free two-day shipping requires a considerable expansion of warehouse space and supply chain personnel, but the built-in customer loyalty they receive in exchange is worth it.

Third Party Inventory

Companies like Amazon, Target and Walmart don’t necessarily only sell their own inventory online — they may feature smaller businesses as well, taking a portion of the profit for highlighting another business’ products on their site. They save on inventory and warehousing and concentrate on handling the logistics of getting those products to their consumers faster.

Automation

As requirements for fast packaging, shipping and delivery increase, the necessity for quality automation increases as well. Many companies will not be able to keep up with the costs and time requirements of human labor. Even if upgrading your automation is costly or time-consuming in the short-term, over time it will be necessary to automate as much as possible in order to compete.

The types of moves that these big-box retailers are making may seem out of reach for smaller businesses, but they don’t have to be. It’s simply a matter of scale. If you make small moves towards matching the new ecommerce logistical model, you should be able to compete in your space and continue to grow.

For companies requiring the safe shipping and transporting of goods in industries like the food, beverage and pharmaceutical sectors, Polymer Solutions International Inc. can help with sustainable plastic pallets and bottled water racks and packaging solutions that are consistent, durable and can fit into virtually any modern logistical plan. Learn more online or by calling 610-325-7500.

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North American Logistics Trends: Now to 2030

As markets change and the way people order and receive goods evolves in the U.S. and Canada, we can also expect big changes in approaches to North American logistics. North American supply chain management must account for changing North American logistics trends, so it is important to know what those trends are likely to be so that businesses can plan accordingly.

Some trends that North American businesses can expect to affect logistics over the next decade include:

  • Higher Oil Prices: As resources dwindle and fuel needs grow, businesses can expect oil prices to rise over the next decade. Many businesses that need to ship inventory will respond by building more warehouses, especially in overseas locations, to make their inventory more widespread and reduce the number of miles company trucks must travel in order to deliver merchandise.
  • Greater Inventory: We can expect companies to carry greater inventory in the coming years regardless of company approach. If companies respond to customers’ desires for nearly instant delivery of their products, they will require more inventory on-hand so they will not have to lose time manufacturing or searching for new product to fill orders. Companies that are designed to slower shipments will have to keep the inventory they plan to ship somewhere while they are waiting to ship, meaning more inventory.
  • Greater Space Needs: More inventory requires more space. Companies may look to larger warehouses to accommodate their greater needs, or follow the lead of companies like Amazon and sell products from other companies with their own warehouses under the company’s banner, among other possible solutions.
  • Importance of Ecommerce: No retailer that intends to be successful as we move through the 21st century can ignore the importance of ecommerce. Most retailers will want to devote even more resources to their ecommerce wing, either by redesigning their existing facilities to be more accommodating of online orders or by building new facilities with new staff specifically dedicated to meeting the needs of online customers.
  • Sustainability: For some time now, consumers have been pushing for more green and environmentally friendly solutions from the companies they patronize. Using sustainable products and making sure your facilities use green building techniques and general practices can not only save you money on energy costs but can also inspire customer loyalty as they recognize you are a product supplier who cares about the community.
  • Automation: Speed and efficiency are almost synonymous with automation. As the need to accurately and quickly fill orders grows, you can expect your supply chain automation requirements to grow as well.

Polymer Solutions International Inc. can help you streamline your supply chain with sustainable storage solutions like reusable, recyclable plastic pallets and plastic bottled water racks. Let us help you stay on trend and effectively package your food and beverage, pharmaceutical or other industrial products. Peruse our website to see our selection of sustainable storage options and feel free to get more details via our live chat. For specific questions or orders, just call us at 610-325-7500 or send us a message online.

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Hygienic Pallets Improve the Sanitation of Supply Chains

In areas such as the food and beverage industry and the pharmaceutical industry, finding ways to improve supply chain sanitation is paramount. As our understanding of the dangers of contamination along the supply chain has grown, so have consumer and industry supply chain hygiene standards.

Finding ways to transport food, medicine and other sensitive goods safely to their location is a challenge, and one that it is important to meet, both for the reputation of industry companies and the health of their customers.

One of the most significant advances in supply chain sanitation in recent years is the development of effective hygienic plastic pallets. These types of pallets are extremely conducive to supply chain sanitation, especially in sectors related to food and beverage.

Hygienic Plastic Pallets and Their Role in Supply Chain Sanitation

Although plastic pallets have only been in existence for a few decades, they are quickly supplanting wood pallets as a hygienic, efficient option for transporting goods that are at risk of contamination, first in the pharmaceutical space and quickly spreading to the food and beverage space.

Why are hygienic plastic pallets becoming so popular? A great many reasons. One is that they can be molded to precise dimensions so you will always know exactly how many pallets of material you can fit on the truck or in the warehouse every single time. It is much easier to find dimensional variance among wood pallets.

In addition, hygienic plastic pallets meet the requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), making them officially safe for food and beverage use. They are also very easy to clean, do not retain moisture and can stand up to temperature extremes on both sides. On top of this, the Food and Drug Administration agrees that the 100 percent virgin resin content of these pallets is safe for direct food contact.

PSI’s ProGenic Pallet for Safer Goods Storage and Transportation

The ProGenic Pallet from (PSI)Polymer Solutions International Inc. is the perfect pallet for safely handling your cargo load without fear of contamination. These NSF-certified hygienic plastic pallets are safer, stronger and more durable than ever before. Their flow-through design makes them easy to clean and easy to inspect and they are suitable for a wide variety of industries, including, but not limited to, food processing, pet food production and the beverage industry.

These one-piece, fire-retardant units come in 3-Stringer, Reinforced Duty, Standard Duty or Heavy Duty to meet your needs, and are designed with four-way entry for forklifts so you can store and move them easily. They are all 48” x 40” and edge-rackable up to 2,200 pounds (Heavy Duty) or 2,800 pounds (Reinforced Duty).

These hygienic plastic pallets are convenient, easy to use and will help you meet FSMA and FDA standards. To learn more about sustainable, sanitary storage solutions from Polymer Solutions International Inc. or to order plastic pallets for your business, contact us online or call us at 610-325-7500 today.

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