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Scott Pallets Brings Pressboard Pallets To The UK Market

Working in collaboration with binderholz, the largest timber processor in Europe, we can now supply UK businesses with pressboard pallets in a range of formats, offering an alternative pallet solution for storage and transportation requirements.

As a member of BSW Group, we have unique access to this innovative product through its owner business, binderholz.

Pressboard pallets are made from sawdust and reprocessed, recycled wood chips, then compression moulded under high temperatures to form a dimensionally diverse and accurate wood composite product. This provides a natural wood finish with a clean and smooth surface and hard, finished edges.

Already preferred by global brands such as Bosch, Siemens and Swarovski, pressboard pallets offer a range of benefits.

The innovative and compact design is stackable and comparatively lightweight, taking up significantly less storage and transportation space than conventional Euro pallets. This could increase business efficiency through lower transport times and costs.

With a number of formats and dimensions on offer, businesses can also be confident in supply, with excellent availability across all formats, and the ability to be reused several times.

Rigorous internal testing ensures quality and compliance with strict standards and pallets are also regularly monitored by external authorities.

Due to their recycled wood content, these pallets contribute to the sustainable use of wood as a raw material, and if damaged, they can be recycled and fed back into the production process.

Classified as processed wood, pressboard pallets are suitable for worldwide exports, according to ISPM15.

View the product range here.

If you need more information or would like to discuss your requirements, please contact us.

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