FAQs - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For platforms, ‘way’ describes their ‘forkability’, i.e. the option of inserting the forks of a forklift truck (pallet jack) into the gaps under the pallet.
This can be done from two sides if the pallet is 2-way or from four sides if it is 4-way.
Crate packaging provides greater protection and is more expensive, but the goods are better protected and the material is not visible: no one can touch the material or damage it manually.
We do have some packaging solutions with standard sizes, but we specialise in the production of custom packaging that is tailored to each customer’s needs.
Yes, in case of real urgency we always do our best to meet the customer’s requirements and promptly deliver industrial packaging.
Yes, all parts of our packaging are marked with the FOR 50 disposal label. In addition, we include mandatory information in the delivery note to the customer.
Yes, our packages are designed to be as light and small as possible in order to ensure that they are functional.
In addition to standard crates, we produce custom crates with scalable services ranging from design/co-working, with sampling for production start-up and capacity tests; advice on ADR/RID/ADN/IMDG/IATA regulations and the related supply of packaging for the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN).
Emiliana Imballaggi supports its customers as a strategic partner in the logistics process, which is increasingly seen as a real asset at the company’s disposal and no longer just a cost centre, linked to the needs of Sales and/or Production Management, which drives the business.
To find out what size crate I need, I need to measure the length (l), depth (p) and height (H), as shown in the image below.
It is an international standard for phytosanitary measures that must be implemented in order to reduce the spread of harmful organisms when transporting goods from one continent to another. This standard is to be applied to raw wood packaging, more than 6 mm thick, intended for export outside the EU. This standard requires that the wood used for pallets and packaging be subjected to a high temperature (HT) treatment, which involves heating the core of the wood to 56 °C for 30 minutes. Packaging that meets the requirements of the standard must be indelibly marked with the logo in the shape of an ear of corn. The sender is required to make sure that the packaging used is in compliance with this standard.