1. Make sure your pallet is suitable for use
- Needs to be robust and suitable for the goods being carried.
- No missing boards or blocks.
- Four- way entry from all sides a must!
2. Make sure the load is properly stacked
- Product should be stacked properly and secured with wrap to the base of the pallets.
- Ensure heavier items are always placed on the bottom layers and there is even weight distribution.
- Ensure items are packed properly to avoid crushing in transit.
3. Make sure the load is wrapped properly
- Secure the load with tape or strapping.
- Use a protective top cover if necessary to protect the goods.
- All goods to be adequately wrapped to the pallet and also over the top of the goods.
4. Consider using extra pallet protection
- Edge protectors give the load more stability and protection.
- Strapping the pallet also enhances load security.
- Pallets are ideal for small carton loads.
5. Pallet does not exceed the maximum weight
- Maximum weight for a pallet is 1000kg.
- A smaller vehicle may be required to deliver your goods - this will reduce the weight on the tail-lift to 500kg-750kg.
- Please take into consideration that kerbside delivery access to site may have restrictions.
- Deliveries will be as close to the premises as is safely practical using tail-lift and pump truck.
- Please ensure you use appropriate packaging.
- Use security tape to seal pallet if necessary.
- Ensure you use the appropriate size boxes.