287 units in 1 pallet 1200*1100*2300 cm, 270 kg.
1 Euro Trailer can load 6888 units.
INSTORE ® nestable plastic instore crate
Thanks to nestable design in empty condition, new INSTORE crates are extremely convenient in stock or back transportation. They allow to save up to 70% of the initial space. INSTORE present a wonderful opportunity to organize the operations both in whole-sale and retail logistic systems. Special options allow stacking both with and without covers, thus making a stable set. INSTORE crates are suitable not only for automatic but also for hand operation.
Nestable INSTORE crates allow safe transportation of customers various goods without undue expenses and efforts.
Wide model range of a new product, its perfect consumer appeal and compliance with the highest standards of quality allow using the crates in different spheres of life including markets of pharmacy and food products.
iPlast Processing Technologies
The Company uses state-of-the-art technologies of plastics molding and processing:
High pressure injection molding;
Low pressure injection molding with structural forming;
Extrusion (profile, flat die cast extrusion, extrusion with subsequent formation of the core layer)
TwinSheet double thermo-forming
iPlast supports Quality Management Policy
Based on advanced technical achievements and innovative technologies IPLAST Ltd. team (hereinafter referred to as «Company») determines to:
-develop and manufacture unique types of large-sized polymeric packaging enabling its clients to optimize logistic processes due to reduction of expenses on storage, transportation and management of supply chains;
— comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, statutory and other applying requirements;
— continuously improve quality management system efficiency;
— be aimed at continuous improvement and apply the following principles on a daily basis:
Principle 1. Commitment to customer satisfaction
Principle 2. Determination and fixation of requirements
Principle 3. Setting the requirements based on analysis of facts
Principle 4. Shared responsibility
Principle 5. System approach, interdependence and mutual help