Ideal for stacking loads or loading product into racking, these pallets are typically used for moving heavy loads like drummed chemicals. The full stringer offers great strength with limited flexing.
If you're looking for four-way access, this is the ideal pallet. The stringers are often made up of 3' x 4' hardwood to provide strength, but are notched to allow a forklift to pick it up from the side. These are great for use in the grocery industry.
This is best used when you need to slide the pallet along the floor while underneath a load.
Common in chemical and fertilizer plants, these pallets are built to hold heavy loads that will be stacked with product four or more high. They aren't the cheapest pallets, but when you need this kind of strength assurance, the Double Wing is the best choice.
This is definitely the Cadillac of pallets. The strength of this pallet will allow for virtually any item to be stacked upon them without worry. Your product will not deflect or become trapped between any of the deck board openings -- and they will last for years, maximizing your cost per trip.
Most Common in Europe, this pallet offers full four way entry with hand jacks or forklifts
These are the more economical version of the Double Wing Stringer you can save a little money due to the shorter bottom boards. These pallets allow the weight of the load to transfer directly down through the stringers when the loads are stacked.
If you're looking for versatility this is a good choice. Should one side of this pallet get damaged, just flip it over and use it again. Also offering good rigidity, without the higher cost of plywood, these pallets are best used in an industry where bagged product is stacked or placed into drive through racking.