Cabka, a specialist in transport packaging made from recycled plastic, has announced the launch of its latest product, the ‘Pallet Box 2.0’. This container has a capacity of 1,400 liters and boasts an enhanced ergonomic design and improved durability, making it suitable for both automated storage and high-volume logistics.
The ‘Pallet Box 2.0’ ergonomic improvements prioritize safety, whether the handling is automated or manual. Introducing new stacking safety stops ensures easy and secure stacking, which is particularly valuable when space is limited. Up to seven units of this container can be stacked in a warehouse, with a safe stacking capacity of 7,000 kg. In high-bay warehouses, the rack load is limited to 1,000 kg. During transport, the container can support up to 2,000 kg.
The container features a reinforced bottom wall, providing excellent shock resistance and facilitating forklift transportation. Additionally, eight special rubber stoppers located under the base prevent sliding when placed on a fork. Designed for integration into automated systems, the ‘Pallet Box 2.0’ can be easily used in robotic conveyor systems, allowing the load to be tilted, turned, or rotated in any direction.
Available in dimensions of 1,300 x 1,150 x 1,250 mm, with options for perforated or closed walls, the ‘Pallet Box 2.0’ has a tare weight ranging from 70 to 77 kg, depending on its configuration. It can be equipped with three or six skids and offers access from all four sides using a forklift. Additionally, a lid can be added as an optional feature.
Pallet Box 2.0 ideal for large-scale storage
The high capacity of the ‘Pallet Box 2.0’ makes it an ideal solution for large-scale storage requirements. Its ample capacity and high payload are particularly advantageous for users in the food industry, recycling companies, and agriculture. The containers are designed to withstand temperatures ranging from -30º to 50º C. The easy-to-clean characteristics of this container are especially beneficial for users in the food industry, as no additional lining is required. For applications that do not involve contact with food, such as waste management, Cabka recommends using the recycled plastic version.
All versions of the ‘Pallet Box 2.0’ are fully recyclable, enabling Cabka to reintegrate them into the product cycle at the end of their useful life. Cabka manufactures all four models of this container in Belgium to ensure close proximity to its customers in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, and Germany.