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Plastic Skids Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of plastic skid manufacturers and suppliers. Find plastic skid companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture plastic skids to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top plastic skid manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the plastic skid companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of plastic crates, recyclable plastic skids, and stackable plastic skids of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Havertown, PA

    Here at TMF Corporation, we have a deep understanding of our industry and the industries for which we supply our plastic skids. As a result, we do what we say we are going to do, when we say we are going to do it. Our culture of keeping our word to provide only high quality products, support and service has earned us a loyal and extremely satisfied customer base.

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  • Coleman, MI

    We believe in offering high quality products and amazing customer service to all customers, which is why we always listen to our customers and modify our offerings based on your requests. You can learn more about our products, such as plastic skids and other pallet products, and find out more about our company by calling us or visiting us online today!

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  • Medford, NJ

    Polymer Solutions International, founded in 1997, is committed to providing complete customer satisfaction. Our success has been shaped, to a large extent, by our extensive product line that includes plastic skids and by the partnership and satisfaction of our customers. Working along-side your company we will match the right product for your application. Call us today to see how we can help you.

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  • Elberfeld, IN

    Fibertech Plastic Pallets are an excellent alternative to wood pallets, offering cost-efficient solutions for strong, durable & washable pallets. Our unique angled leg design helps reduce forklift damage by enabling the fork tines to deflect off the leg rather than breaking or cutting the pallet. An optional lip prevents product slippage & facilitates transportation of stacked, empty pallets.

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  • Burton, MI

    In business since 1975, Soroc Products utilizes thermoforming technology to manufacture first-class high-density polyethylene pallets and trays and custom thermoforming requests. You can find products such as Our capabilities include pinion gears, control arm trays, and both custom and standard plastic pallets. Capabilities include single sheet and twin sheet forming. For more information, contact Soroc today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

CUSTOM BUILT PLASTIC PALLETS CONFIGURES MATERIAL HANDLING SOLUTION FOR WISCONSIN PACKAGING

NEWS RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: James Fischer Jifram Extrusions, Inc. 920-467-2477 Custom Built Plastic Pallets designed an innovative material handling solution for Wisconsin Packaging, a corrugated converter which produces a diverse range of packaging – from single-color industrial box applications to printed point-of-purchase and litho-labeled containers.    In the past, Wisconsin Packaging shipped its corrugated boxes on standard sized wood pallets that did not fit their product, resulting in wasted space on... Read More

Tom Fitzgerald, President of TMF Corporation, discusses a question he hears often

There are many advantages to both pharmaceutical and food handling businesses when plastic pallets are used instead of wood. The difference can be tremendous in cleanliness and cost savings due to an extended life of the pallets. An area that can cause apprehension in making the change is the goal or need of a company to meet fire protection standards. At TMF Corporation we have addressed this by manufacturing our Protech Pallet that uses a combination of standard resins and adding fire resistant materials. We had them tested and rated... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Plastic Skids

Plastic skids are pallet bases that are used for the transportation or storage of materials. Pallets are used to transport all kinds of materials all over the world. They are used in warehouses and factories for moving items to and from storage, they are used in shipping yards for product handling and they are used in countless other applications that involve the transportation of goods.

Plastic skids and pallets are characterized by their partially hollow interiors, which allow for hi-lows, forklifts and other mobile lifting machines to move pallets and their loads from one area to another. Because many mobile lifting machines’ lift capacities reach or exceed 4000 lbs., pallets offer the opportunity for the large scale, efficient transportation of items. Plastic skids offer many advantages over wooden skids, not the least of which is that they can be approached for lifting from all sides (most wooden pallets can only be approached from two). Plastic skids’ durability compared to wooden skids makes them a much better choice for companies that have access to them. Also, wooden skids, especially when stored near each other, pose a very dangerous fire hazard. Plastic skids can be engineered to be fire resistant.

Most plastic skids are rackable, stackable or nestable for easy storage. Because they are designed to be durable, most plastic skids can reused and recycled. Many distribution companies even make customers provide a deposit when products are shipped with plastic skids to ensure that they will be returned. Despite being plastic products, which in many cases contribute to environmental degradation, plastic skids are a sustainable shipping solution because of their long operational life and the fact that they can be reprocessed. Many plastic skids are made from high-density polyethylene, which gives the skids their sturdiness. Like many other plastic products, plastic skids are molded or extruded. There are six plastics processing methods by which a given plastic skid can be made: injection molding, compression molding, rotational molding, profile extrusion, thermoforming and structural foam molding. The most common fabrication method is injection molding. In injection molding, a raw plastic material is heated to a liquid state in a conveyance channel and then directed into a mold. The mold is a tool designed in the shape that the final skid product is intended to take. The liquid material conforms to the contours of the mold, and then after it has cooled the skid hardens and takes its final shape.



Plastic Skids
Plastic Skids
Plastic Skids - Litco International, Inc.
Plastic Skids - Litco International, Inc.