EPAL CP pallets requirements were fully met in consultation with users from the chemicals industry
Düsseldorf, 6th April 2020 - After many discussions with users in the chemicals industry, the European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL) has implemented their requirements for EPAL CP pallets and included them in the EPAL Technical Regulations.
WOODEN PALLETS SHOW HIGHER LEVELS OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY THAN PLASTIC
The widely held opinion that plastic pallets actually in load carrier circulation, inherently have better hygiene properties has now been convincingly proved wrong by a study by the Institute for Wood Technology Dresden.
The first EPAL Euro pallets with QR codes are already in use on the market as part of the EPAL project to develop intelligent pallets in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML. The aim of the EPAL project is to digitise the EPAL load carriers in the largest open pallet exchange pool.