Dayton Pallets, Skids, and Crates

Palletize to save time and money

Time is money and pallets save time. Pallets also reduce damage and lower incidents of loss and theft. Products wrapped to pallets reduce injuries and increase productivity, making more space available to use. Pallets allow for more efficient handling of goods during shipping and storage. By using mechanical handling, like standard forklifts, tasks can be accomplished more quickly and with impressive savings. On average, palatalization saves a company 45% in costs and time.

Pallets come in the Grocery Manufacturer Association (GMA) standard size of 48”x 40”, but as Dayton’s number one provider, Dayton Pallets, Skids, and Crates can custom build pallets to a variety of sizes to service your needs.

Wood pallets are the obvious choice

Wood pallets are economical, customization, environmentally responsible, and for some goods, wood pallets protect the product better than other materials. For instance, grocery products stay fresher because wood pallets allow for superior air circulation to keep items fresh. A low cost wood pallet can last 7 years, after which is it recycled, making it the best choice for both business and environment. For these reasons, we believe wood pallets make an obvious choice for most businesses.

Ordering

At Dayton Pallets, Skids, and Crates, our excellent team will be delighted to create the perfect custom pallet order to suit your business needs.

Give Dayton Pallets, Skids, and Crates a call or use the Contact Us page, and we will guide you through our custom ordering process. If you have any questions, feel free to ask, and one of our experts will find the right solution for you. With decades of combined experience, we are able to solve customer needs in every situation.

Measurements and material information required:

If the standard 48”x 40” size doesn’t fit your needs, Dayton Pallets, Skids, and Crates can custom make pallets that will. We make both custom sizes and materials to order.

To create custom pallets, we will need to know a few specifics:

  • Overall length and width (in inches)
  • Top deck material (pine or hardwood)
  • Top deck thickness (”, ½”, ”, ¾”, 1”,1.5”)
  • Bottom deck material (pine or hardwood)
  • Bottom deck thickness (”, ½”, ”, ¾”, 1”,1.5”)
  • Stringer material (pine, hardwood, or a mix of both)
  • Stringer quantity
  • Stringer width and height (in inches)
  • Notched or not notched
  • Quantity of boards
  • Are wings required? If so, what size (in inches)
  • Heat treated or not heat treated? (IPPC)
  • Delivery requirements (collection or delivery)