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Having pallets that fit the shipping protocols for all the various international ports that they may see, can be the difference between a continuous and successful business relationship and a failed shipment that botches an entire business connection and all of its potential. Having an international reputation of being reliable is good for business can grow the potential of your business exponentially. Having shipments arrive safely and on time in a consistent fashion is key to becoming a major player or establishing longevity for your business.
Set yourself up for ever increasing success by keeping yourself equipped to be able to adequately and efficiently fulfill orders at a moments notice with high quality international export pallets. You can save money on warehouse and shipping costs with export pallets because they are generally nest-able, which means you will have even more resources at your disposal. Being nest-able means that a lot of euro pallets can actually be stored so they fit into each other, this reduces overall storage space and maximizes warehouse space.
- AAA PALLET & LUMBER CO. EXPORT PALLETS ARE HEAT-TREATED TO COMPLY WITH ISPM 15 REGULATIONS*
- REDUCE HANDLING COSTS WITH THE ABILITY TO EXPORT ON PALLETS MATCHING THE RECEIVING COUNTRY’S PALLET SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
- MINIMIZE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND CONTRIBUTION TO LANDFILLS BY DISCARDING ONE-WAY PACKAGING
*The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has set standards for wood packaging material (WPM) imported into the U.S. through 7 CFR 319.40 – Importation of Wood Packaging Material. All regulated wood packaging material shall be appropriately treated and marked under the official program developed and overseen by the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) in the country of export. If importing goods into the United States from foreign countries, make sure that the supplier or exporter has properly treated and marked all wood packaging material prior to shipping. This will ensure your shipment is in compliance with APHIS regulations and prevent your shipments from being delayed at the border. For more information about APHIS’ WPM regulations, visit www.aphis.usda.gov. For information pertaining to heat treatment and marking requirements, visit the American Lumber Standards Committee (ALSC) or call (301) 972-1700.
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