There are a number of ways that pallet buyers can be shortchanged when purchasing pallets. This is similar to the same way that they can receive less than what they have paid for when purchasing any number of products or services. So why might it be more likely to happen with pallets than with the other items that they buy?
For example, let’s take the case of an import warehouse I am familiar with from my past in distribution center management. It receives sea containers of floor loaded consumer goods from overseas which are manually unloaded and palletized. They are wrapped with shrink wrap and then put away into rack storage before being assembled into orders to ship to retail outlets.
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