GoPlasticPallets.com News

  • GoPlasticPallets are pleased to announce that we’re Cyber Essentials Certified

    Cyber Essentials aims to help organisations implement basic levels of protection against cyber-attacks. By partaking in the scheme, we are demonstrating to our customers that we take cyber security seriously. We have assessed ourselves against five basic security controls and a qualified assessor has verified the information provided.
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  • Reliable plastic pallets: The answer to your automation needs

    The use of automation and robotics in the pharmaceutical industry is increasing rapidly. According to a new study by The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies ‘Robotics 2019: Innovation to Implementation’ deployment of robotics in North America in the life sciences/pharma segment reported a 31.3% increase in units shipped from 2017-2018. Across Europe too, as pharmaceutical manufacturers strive to remain competitive automation initiatives are being seen as a means to stimulate economic growth.

    Managing Director, Jim Hardisty, explains the crucial role plastic pallets play in maintaining a smooth, hygienic and efficient production line in today’s increasingly automated laboratory environments.
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  • Goplasticpallets.com recycles 124 tonnes of plastic in 6 months

    Goplasticpallets.com – The Responsible Plastic Pallet Company – has recorded staggering recycling figures for the first half of 2019. Since making its Recycling pledge in February this year, promising to recover and recycle all of the plastic pallets and boxes it supplies to customers, the company has recycled a tremendous 124 tonnes of plastic waste. This plastic waste includes used or unwanted plastic pallets, pallet boxes and smaller containers and trays, which are recovered by Goplasticpallets.com and taken to its partner’s recycling factory in Belgium. Here the products are washed together with domestic plastic waste, then ground into granules and reused to make the next wave of high quality long life plastic pallets and boxes.
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  • Potatoes ‘go’ fully automated thanks to Europe’s largest plastic pallet box

    Goplasticpallets.com – The Responsible Plastic Pallet Company – has witnessed increased adoption of automation in the UK potato industry, much of this based around systems developed and implemented by Deprez Handling Solutions and using its GoPalletBox 1311S 3R – Europe’s largest plastic pallet box. Offering more than 35 years expertise in the development of integrated handling solutions, Deprez launched its first automated handling system in 2008 which allowed the company to double its capacity. With the retail food sector being one of the company’s main areas of focus, over the years Deprez observed that potato packers, in particular, were increasingly demanding immediate storage of their goods prior to packing.
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  • Our People, Our Culture

    Goplasticpallets.com is a perfect example of a company that avidly invests in its people, which in the past 18 years has proven to greatly benefit both the business and its staff. Developing a positive workplace culture can improve teamwork, raise morale, increase productivity and efficiency and enhance retention of the workforce, and Goplasticpallets.com has done just that. From humble beginnings in 2001 with a team of just five, the company has successfully grown to become the UK’s leading independent supplier of plastic pallets and boxes, today employing 26 members of staff (plus three in senior management), who between them boast a total of 160 years’ service to the company.
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  • New bi-coloured harvest crates on show this July

    Goplasticpallets.com will be exhibiting its new reusable bi-coloured harvest crates – the GoS&N 64200 range – along with a selection of other hygienic fruit crates and pallets at both the Viti-Culture and Fruit Focus events this July.
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  • Goplasticpallets.com employees commute using sustainable transport on World Environment Day

    Today employees from Goplasticpallet.com cycled to work, took public transport or chose to car share to demonstrate their support for World Environment Day, which this year focuses on beating air pollution (#BeatAirPollution). Each year around seven million people worldwide die prematurely from air pollution.* In fact, nine out of 10 people worldwide are exposed to levels of air pollutants that exceed World Health Organisation safe levels. Air pollution doesn't just impact human health and economic growth either, it also causes global warming.
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  • Plastic Free Champion helps educate the next generation

    Goplasticpallets.com – The Responsible Plastic Pallet Company – has teamed up with Plastic Free Eastbourne campaigners and donated a selection of engaging recycling-themed books and teaching resources to every one of the 22 state primary schools in its home town Eastbourne. This will help educate pupils about the impact of plastics on ocean ecosystems, and ultimately encourage them to reduce and recycle the single-use plastic items they have to use.
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  • New open fronted stacking containers ideal for speedy order picking

    Goplasticpallets.com – The Responsible Plastic Pallet Company – has launched a range of open fronted Euro stacking containers designed to simplify retail storage and speed up order picking. With a total value of £153 billion, the UK ecommerce market is by far the largest in Europe.1 Rapid growth in the sector in recent years means that demands for instant deliveries are at an all-time high, putting increased pressure on retailers to meet customer expectations.
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  • Plastic pallets provide perfect platform for nesting ospreys

    Goplasticpallets.com – The Responsible Plastic Pallet Company – has donated seven plastic pallets for use in the Rutland Osprey Project which aims to return the previously extinct bird of prey to England.
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