PALLET TYPES

  • Notched stringers allow access via forklift or pallet jack from all 4 sides
  • Extremely popular and more versatile
  • Stringers are solid, which improves load capacity
  • Entry from two directions only
  • Always 4-Way in design
  • Most popular style/size for shipping and storage
  • Easily and readily exchangeable
  • Deck boards overhang outside stringers for added strength
  • Improves weight capacity
  • Can be built in 2-way or 4-way models
  • Allows most accessibility for forklifts
  • Typically more expensive
  • Heavier than stringer pallets
  • More difficult to repair
  • Same deck board configuration, top and bottom
  • Can be flipped over if one deck is damaged or missing boards
  • Solid top designed for longevity
  • Provides uniform support
  • No bottom deck boards create cost savings
  • Usually an expendable solution
  • Weakest of all pallet choices, subject to collapse if overloaded