Pultruded polyurethane shipping pallet takes on traditional wooden incumbent


Logistics companies are well aware of the shortcomings of traditional wooden pallets. They splinter. They warp. They absorb moisture, which can lead to contamination. And for exports, fumigation of often required. The drawbacks associated with the use of wooden pallets go on and on.

But now, however, there is a potentially disruptive alternative from pallet developer RM2 (Chatham, NJ). The company says it has developed a composite pallet that resolves many of the issues the material handling industry faces related to traditional wooden pallets.
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