Saturday, August 8, 2020

Hard to break, easy to repair – BaYoPal, the new Schoeller Allibert pallet

Schoeller Allibert’s new pallet, BaYoPal, is the company’s latest innovation for all industries, including food & beverage, retail and agriculture.

Designed for use in harsh industrial and logistics environments, and working seamlessly on most automated handling systems, BaYoPal offers maximised rigidity and safety. Part of a new generation of pallets, it is returnable, recyclable and repairable.

Ludo Gielen, CEO of Schoeller Allibert, said: “BaYoPal represents a straight continuation of Schoeller Allibert’s values: we have been designing, manufacturing and selling reusable plastic packaging for industrial applications since 1959. We are part of the circular economy and we are striving to improve our environmental impact while helping our customers to reduce their own footprint.”

Unique, unrivalled repairability and life span

Repairs are fast, easy and low cost, the company says. The unique patented bayonet connection between the top deck and the runners ensures that shocks and potential misuse with pallet jacks will not damage either the runners or the deck, only the bayonet weak ring will break. BaYoPal is sustainable: the pallet lasts longer, the maintenance and repair costs are lower and at the end of its service life it is 100 % recyclable.

Ideal for internal and external logistics

The BaYoPal pallet works seamlessly on most robotized handling systems. Silent on conveyors thanks to the design of its base runners, it is also available with 7 mm or 22 mm top rim to adapt it to all intralogistics and loading/unloading devices.

BaYoPal can also be specified with an optional anti slip feature on the top deck and the fork entries, making the transportation handling of loads even safer. A 1,500 kg unit load also ensures optimised truck loads, for efficient outbound logistics.

Industrial manufacturing, e-commerce and pooling pallet

Designed for use in harsh environments, BaYoPal features a reinforced corner structure and a perforated top deck with a rib-web structure to provide maximum rigidity without the need of metal reinforcement.

BaYoPal is available in multiple variants to match the logistics requirements of all industrial sectors: The smooth top deck easily accepts cardboard boxes with a 5 mm high top rim to hold any kind of plastic containers; with a 22 mm high top rim version to hold empty upside; with down euro containers and much more.

Customisation and tracking

BaYoPal features locations for RFID tags and IOT beacons to ensure efficient tracking on demand. Large marking or engraving zones are located on all pallets, allowing you to easily manage your fleet, guarantee your property and enhance the awareness of your brand.

Outstanding performance

The sturdy BaYoPal pallet is equipped with three, five or six runners and is able to take up to 6,000 kg static load, 1,500 kg dynamic load and 1,200 kg on pallet racks.

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