Traditional rackable pallets only fit about 500 per 53' truck. The same 500 pallets take up valuable space on your warehouse floor as they only stack 17-18 pallets high. The new RackNest plastic pallet fits 1,800 per truckload and 60 pallets per stack.
- Save BIG $$$ on freight
Say you're paying $1,000 freight for a load of traditional rackable pallets and you can only fit 500 per truck. That's $2.00 freight per pallet. Now consider the RackNest... $1,000 freight / 1,800 per truck = $0.55 per pallet. It would cost you $3,600 to get 1,800 traditional rackable pallets delivered. You just saved $2,600 in freight!
- Fit 3 times as many pallets on the floor
Instead of having 30 stacks, 16-17 pallets high, with the RackNest you will have 30 stacks, 60 pallets high. That's around 1,300 more pallets in the same space!
- Order less often and always be ready for a spike in production
We all wish we could have multiple truckloads of rackable pallets on hand just in case production picks up unexpectedly. With the RackNest, when you order one load you'll get 3X more than you currently get. That's plenty for normal usage as well as any surge that may come down the line.
No one likes getting caught in a jam. If you're wondering if you can just wait out rising freight rates and increasing lead times, check out this article on a nationwide shortage of trucks from the Wall Street Journal.
Stop stressing about high freight bills, tight floor space and quickly dissolving inventory of rackable pallets. The RackNest provides an ergonomic pallet that saves freight cost, space and administration time without compromising strength or functionality. Oh, and did I mention it is one of, if not the least expensive rackable pallet on the market? Yup, we call that the icing on the cake.
Yes, I agree, the RackNest sounds too good to be true. We thought the same thing until we had it tested at the Virginia Tech Center for Unit Load Design. Confirmed... it is the real deal. Grab a spec sheet to see the RackNest load capacities and unique design for yourself.
Do you think the RackNest could work for you? Leave a comment below (or shoot me an email) and let me know what you think.
Post by: Mike Cunneen, Director of Sales & Marketing