Pallets are great structures for transporting
the goods in our warehouses, but over time you’ll find your space filled with
more pallets than not. The worst way to dispose of pallets is by throwing them
away. This will cost businesses money and is a waste of materials as pallets
are recyclable. Below you’ll find information on the benefits of recycling
pallets and where you should recycle.
You Recycle Pallets?
Recycling pallets is beneficial for not only
your business but other business as well. When pallets that are still in good
shape are recycled, they are put back in the supply chain and will provide more
Recycling pallets will open up more space in
your warehouse. Opening up space for your warehouse makes it easier for
productivity and preventing injuries. It’s dangerous to surround your workspace
Recycling unwanted pallets will also save
time. Workers will spend less time trying to maneuver the forklifts around the
Frequently manufacturers are happy to have the
used pallets come back. Most manufacturers have return programs to promote
recycling. Through the programs, you can recycle your old pallet and receive
credit for new pallets. Another option is to have your old pallets refurbished
and sold back to you for a smaller fee than you originally bought your pallets
There are recycling companies that will take
your old pallets. Depending on the condition, the companies will compensate you
for recycling. This return on investment will be useful for the next time you
When you find your warehouse/business is
cluttered with wooden pallets, look for manufacturers or recycling companies in
your area. This benefits not only your company and the disposal places but the
environment. Trashing the wooden pallets encourages pollution and is a waste of
With the ever-growing need for the more efficient use of space, many companies are switching to Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) solutions. Switching to VNA solutions means you can handle more goods in less time, less space and with less damage. The Linde K man-up turret truck is a great solution for warehouse applications. This turret truck is built for pallet handling as well as order picking applications up to 59 feet.
The Linde K man-up turret truck provides the highest standard of comfort and safety than the average competitor models. With features like the glass front panel and door, the operator will immediately feel at ease as soon as they step foot in this truck. The more comfortable the truck, the more relaxed and efficient the operator will be. Often referred to as the Kmod, it was designed to ensure low fatigue operation, and the new full-graphic display guarantees just that. This display shows information like time, current lift height, load weight and driving speed. This truck also benefits from two independent braking systems and an innovative rescue alarm that detects unusual operator behavior and attracts attention in emergency situations.
The Linde K truck is one of the most reliable and intelligent trucks on the market—requiring very little servicing. An optional online diagnostic GPRS service that allows the truck to report a fault directly to a technician can also be added.
Additionally, this truck has several innovative assisting systems. One of these systems is the Dynamic Reach Control which is effective compensation of lateral mast movements while the reaching of forks and reach adjustment depending on lift height and load weight. Another system is the Lift Height Preselection—where different rack heights can easily be entered into the system’s memory so that the driver then only needs to enter the rack destination. With systems like these and many others incorporated into this truck, the Linde Kmod sits atop of its class in reliability and intelligence.
Linde K man-up turret truck is also one of the most customizable trucks on the market. Knowing that not all warehouses are the same, Linde makes the customer’s wants and needs a reality with many optional features. Customizable options include the masts, power packages, different cab variations, chassis size, and batteries. The customer can even choose between two different control panels. The standard control panel can be easily adjusted in height, tilt and angle to suit each operator, and the split control panel can be easily adjusted from standing to seated operation.
For more information or to request a demo of any of Linde brand VNA solutions, contact your authorized local dealer today.