Schoeller Allibert, a world leader in plastic reusuable transit packaging (RTP), will be showcasing its latest and most innovative products, which can be used to reduce emissions, logistics and packaging costs at the IMHX exhibition on 13th - 16th September at the NEC in Birmingham.
For the first time in the UK, visitors to Schoeller Allibert’s stand 9B69 will be able to view its new and innovative MaxiLog bulk container range, and the Kaiman attached lid container (ALC), amongst a wide product range.
The MaxiLog bulk container range is 20% lighter than Schoeller Allibert’s previous RTPs, helping users cut their fuel costs and carbon footprint. Built for heavy duty industrial applications, MaxiLog’s strength and durability allows it to safely carry unit loads of up to 450kg. Its curved corner pillars ensures stability when stacked and increase its hygienic properties.
Schoeller Allibert’s latest modifications to its Kaiman ALC range offers improved security and reduced operational costs. The two new additions include the introduction of protective teeth on the lid, which interlock with the container base, preventing the lid from being forced open whilst closed, and fitted with tamper-evident security seals. The range is 10% lighter than existing models, and the 54 and 65 litre models stack seven high,with the ability to carry up 25kg per unit load.
Damian Gilbertson, Sales Director UK & Eire of Schoeller Allibert, said: “Our products are designed to provide improved efficiency and reduced costs throughout the packaging and logistics process. The use of plastic RTP has been growing as the logistics industry finds ways to reduce the cost and environmental impact of packaging and transporting goods.”
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