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Orbis: All-plastic pallets

A new line of all-plastic, modular display pallets from Orbis, which allow marketers an easy and attractive transport-to-floor solution for in-aisle or end-of-aisle displays, are available in 24- x 24-in, 24- x 48-in, and 48- x 48-in footprints to accommodate a wide range of POP displays and structures.

Featuring a flat, smooth surface, the all-plastic display pallets allow for easy set up in a warehouse or co-packing facility. Once they are transported to the retailer, they can be moved directly to the sales floor, reducing labor costs and maximizing storage space.In addition, the ability to move from truck to the retail floor reduces packaging waste by eliminating excessive wood pallet disposal.

Featuring contoured corners, the display pallets will not damage product loads and are shopper-friendly. Made from durable non-porous plastic, they provide efficient material handling that can withstand the constant stress of a retail environment. Their heavy-duty, solid-body construction accommodates a variety of load sizes and weights, and come in a variety of footprints to be utilized in a wide range of POP displays and structures.

Because pallets provide high floor clearances floors remain easy to clean and keep merchandise free of dirt, debris, and moisture. The pallets are easy to move and help decrease safety liabilities and product damage by eliminating sharp edges, splinters, and nails present in wood alternatives. The pallets also provide clean and standardized floor layout.

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