Advantages and differences between the export plastic pallets Cloris and export wooden pallets

Index

1. New regulations on packaging in international transport
2. The treatments export wooden pallet
3. Advantages export plastic pallets Cloris

1. New regulations on packaging in international transport
The ISPM-15 (International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures) agreement signed by the FAO is an international standard that provides for phytosanitary measures to be applied to wood packaging material in international trade. In particular, this legislation has been introduced to reduce the spread of parasites and pests. In fact, the raw wood packaging material is a great but if not treated with the appropriate procedures can be easy to house pests.

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2. The treatments export wooden pallet
That is why the export wooden pallets must be heat treated (HT - Heat Treatment), while it is not possible fumigation treatment (MT - Methyl Bromide). With the heat treatment and exports the wooden pallet is heated to a temperature of at least 56 C and for a minimum of thirty minutes, instead of the old fumigation treatment provided that the packaging wood was exposed to the fumigation of Methyl Bromide. As reported by the Directorate General of Department for Veterinary Public Health, for nutrition and food safety, from March 19, 2010 is no longer allowed to use PPP-based active substance methyl bromide.

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3. Advantages export plastic pallets Cloris
Unlike wooden pallets, plastic pallets export Cloris, for intrinsic composition, is not subject to this regulation and does not require any treatment or to be made ??for shipping or for any certificate that accompanies the plastic pallet for export be cleared The availability of a multitude of models with a variety of capacities and sizes ensures a rapid and effective response in relation to the technical and economic management of the park pallet company.

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