palletize

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palletize

[′pal·ə‚tīz]
(industrial engineering)
To package material for convenient handling on a pallet or lift truck.
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The distribution networks are made up of independent transport companies who share resources to deliver consignments of palletised freight to market faster and more cost effectively.
It has diversified into bulk powder transport, palletised transport and European bulk liquid transport in addition to its core business which is bulk liquid transport in the UK.
Palletways provides a high quality and extremely efficient service for the movement of small consignments of palletised freight, both in domestic and pan-European markets.
In 2006 the company launched daily delivery services for small consignments of palletised freight between the UK and the Benelux countries, Denmark, France and Germany.
express palletised freight services for grocery manufacturers and suppliers across Scotland and to England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland;
The Palletways network is made up of independent transport companies who share each other's resources to deliver consignments of palletised freight to the marketplace faster and more cost effectively than ever before.
Mike Baynes, depot principal for Baynes & Son Haulage, said: "The new hub will act as a nerve centre for the overnight delivery of palletised goods and bring huge benefits to members who need to transport goods quickly and efficiently across the UK and Europe.
Chief executive Mick Scarlett said: 'PalletFORCE has been tremendously successful to date and has become one of Britain's fastest growing palletised distribution networks.
Says Craig Hibbert, Group Development Director at Stargate Logistics: "Stargate Logistics has set a new industry standard for express deliveries of small consignments of palletised freight.
Are different products being palletised at the same time; or just a single product?
Palletways can provide all players in the grocery sector with a supply chain edge through its range of express services for the distribution of small consignments of palletised freight in the UK.
com - is the first time a major supply chain company has offered non-account holders an online booking, payment and tracking service for the next day movement of palletised industrial freight.