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VIDEO: CabCube 1210 - an IMHX hit

VIDEO: CabCube 1210 - an IMHX hit

Last September, Goplasticpallets.com launched at IMHX the CabCube 1210, a revolutionary, injection moulded, three-piece, folding sleeve pack which it says is ideal for the safe transportation of bulk and large volume products. The company says there was "a lot of great feedback and interest" in the product at IMHX.

Thanks to the injection moulding manufacturing process, the CabCube 1210 provides robustness, precision and longevity.

Designed and manufactured by supply chain packaging expert CABKA-IPS, the specialist process makes the container much stronger than traditional FLCs currently on the market. It also delivers a robust and precision-made box that can absorb rough handling and hard impacts, without impacting the CabCube's structural integrity.

Comprising of an injection moulded base and lid, and a Polypropylene (PP) collapsible sleeve, the CabCube 1210 is quick and easy to assemble with a deep recess to house the sleeve. It is also incredibly light, weighing only 39kg, and can be erected and packed down again by one person, in a matter of minutes.

Ergonomic handles are attached to the CabCube’s lid to make it easy to lift off and manoeuvre.

The folding sleeve can be simply stored flat between the base and lid, keeping all three parts together in one pack and making light work of return transport journeys. When empty, a standard trailer can fit a remarkable 364 units, saving valuable trailer space.

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