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automatically and securely tied in less than 30 seconds.
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So there’s more material per volume than any other baler. This reduces
annual baling wire costs and maximizes recycling revenue per load.
Balemaster® balers are engineered to save energy, improve efficiency, reduce
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Wing pallet for chemicals: Cabka, a
manufacturer of lightweight export and logistics pallets, has introduced the Eco P3 pallet,
free of splintering and sharp edges.
The pallet’s wing design, with the top
extending beyond the runners and feet of
the pallet, offers an extra-large support surface that makes it easier to transport bags.
The six extra-wide runners of the Eco P3
have a stabilizing effect when block-stacking
and ensure smooth transport via roller and
chain conveyors. The wing design also facilitates more stable packing of the product
with stretch film and offers forklift trucks
the option of lifting the pallet at additional
points, the company says.
The Eco P3 measures 51 inches long by 43
inches wide by 6 inches tall and weighs only
4. 5 pounds. (Cabka, www.cabka.com)
Pallet jack: Toyota Material Handling
U.S.A. Inc. (TMHU) has launched a new
AC-powered walkie pallet jack under the
brand Tora-Max. The 4,000-pound lift capacity walkie, built for customers in search of an
entry-level walkie, provides a simple solution
and solid performance, the company says.
The new product serves small businesses
and hand pallet truck users who are ready
to step up to powered equipment. Tora-Max
also provides a solution to manufacturers
with a “no forklift policy” on the plant floor.
The Tora-Max walkie’s features include
a single-point watering system with tool-free cover removal for simple battery maintenance; an on-board battery charger; a
standard wet-cell battery pack; a standard
turtle-mode button for pinwheel turning in
a 93-inch space; a multifunctional control
handle with ergonomic grips; a 3.4-mph
travel speed; and a 12-month,
Tora-Max walkies are
available at Toyota and
Tora-Max forklift dealers
across the U.S. (TMHU,
Collapsible bulk container: Orbis Corp.’s collapsible bulk container, OpteBulk,
is composed of two mirror-image pallets and a reusable sleeve. Select pallets feature
a locking tab that secures the sleeve to the pallet and top cap. Sleeves can be fabricated from paper or plastic corrugated materials with custom features designed
to meet a variety of applications. Multiple custom sleeve heights, designs, printing,
and graphics are available. OpteBulk sleeves are available with drop panels, split-sleeves, and steel wire reinforced walls. The pallet/top cap design allows for maximum cube utilization in trailers. (Orbis Corp., www.orbiscorporation.com)