Same as Palette.
A wooden implement used by potters, crucible makers, etc., for forming, beating, and rounding their works. It is oval, round, and of other forms.
A potter's wheel.
A low movable platform used for temporary storage of objects so that they can be conveniently moved; it is commonly made of wooden boards, about 4 inches high, and typically has openings in the side into which the blades of a fork-lift truck may be inserted so as to lift and move the pallet and the objects on it.
A platform with a slatted bottom, used to hold and ship cartons of paper stacked on top of each other.
Standard size platform on which packages can be stacked and then unitized - for example, with bands or plastic wrap for easy movement by a forklift truck. See pallet wrapping machine. Europe, the 1,200mm by 1,000mm pallet is in general use. The U.K. equivalent is 48 inches by 40 inches. Growing in popularity is the 48 inch by 48 inch pallet.
A wood platform to stack material for shipments and protection (Skid).
A low, portable platform, usually of wood or metal, on which a heavy or bulky object is placed for storage, transport, or shipment (Nauert 1979).
A wooden plug built into masonry which provides a fixing point for a door casing.
Usually wooden, sometimes cardboard, which is put under cartons or bales so that they can be lifted by mechanical equipment.
A device used for moving and storing freight. Commonly it is about four feet square and is so constructed to facilitate placement of a lift truck between the levels of a platform to move it on a freight car or into a warehouse.
Construction made of light wood or paperboard on which paper or other materials are packed for shipment. Pallets are usually not reusable. They are used to facilitate the movement of paper in storage or transit by means of motorized lift trucks.
A portable, horizontal, rigid platform used as a base for assembling, storing, stacking, handling and/or transporting goods as a unit - consisting of a top deck and bottom deck.
A wooden/plastic/aluminium platform used for the conveyance of containers and/or brick-piled mail items. If customers elect to use pallets, they must provide them. Pallets are also referred to as skids. (palette)
Wooden platform, generally 42 in. wide, 48 in. deep, and 6 in. high designed to facilitate lift truck handling of parts or packages.
A platform on which goods are placed for storage or transportation
A portable, usually wooden platform for handling and storing materials or packages in warehouses, factories, or vehicles, especially with a fork lift truck. They usually have standard dimensions (e.g. the ISO norm is 1000 mm x 1200 mm, but there are also others like 800 mm x 1200 mm, CEN)
Used for stacking, handling and storing materials, this low platform is portable and has openings in its base so it can be moved by a forklift.
1. Fixtures that can be dropped in-store by a forklift. 2. Portable platform for handling, storing, or moving materials and packages (as in warehouses, factories, or vehicles).
A wooden or metal base to which cargo is secured.
a platform used for easier handling of the merchandise. The standardised dimensions are: 100 mm x 1200 mm (ISO) and 800 mm x 1200 mm (CEN).
A platform used to hold materials.
Commonly of mounted steel, fibreglass, aluminum or wooden platform, usually of 800 x 1200mm or 1000 x 1200m designed to accommodate and facilitate cargo transshipment and through cargo movement. Overall the load board has two decks separated by bearers or a simple deck supported by bearers constructed with a view to transport and stacking, and with the overall height reduced to a minimum compatible with handling by forklift truck and pallet trucks.
A portable platform device onto which paper can be loaded for storage and/or transporting.
A flat tray, generally made of wood but occasionally of steel, on which goods particularly those in boxes, cartons or bags, can be stacked. Its purpose is to facilitate the movement of such goods, mainly by the use of forklift trucks.
A reusable wooden platform on which mail is stacked to be moved as a single unit. A USPS pallet measures 48 by 40 inches
A platform used to support cargo during shipment generally of standard dimensions to allow for easy stacking. Pallets used in shipping are generally made of timber, plywood, metal, plastic or moulded fibreboard.
A platform (usually of wood or heavy cardboard), on which a number of packages or pieces may be loaded to facilitate handling by a lift truck of other material handling equipment. The use of palletized storage standardizes load and unit sizes to maximize storage and loading efficiency.
A low wood platform on which material can be stacked to facilitate mechanical handling.
A flat wooden frame used to handle and store or ship bundles of veneer.
(1) a flat or shaped wheelless load carrier of a pallet conveyor; (2) a portable platform on which packages or objects are placed. It is usually designed so that it can be picked up with a fork-lift truck.
a portable platform for storing or moving goods that are stacked on it
a hand tool with a flat blade used by potters for mixing and shaping clay
board that provides a flat surface on which artists mix paints and the range of colors used
a bed is a platform
a bed or platform
a flat structure, which is used to transport a variety of goods while being l
a flat transport construction made of wood or plastic
a flat transport structure made of wood or plastic (and in a few cases metal and paper ) which can support a variety of goods in a stable fashion while being lifted by any mobile forklift device
a low, portable platform constructed of wood, metal, or fiberboard, built to specified dimensions, on which supplies are loaded, transported, or stored in units
a portable, horizontal, rigid base used to assemble, store, stack, handle and transport goods
a wooden, plastic, or metal frame that holds boxes or barrels for transportation
a wood or metal platform used to stack material for movement from one area to another
A small wooden platform on which cargo is stored for ease of loading and unloading. Cargo shipped on pallets is referred to as palletized cargo.
A low portable platform, usually double faced, on which materials are stacked for storage or transportation as in a warehouse. [Back
A wooden platform used for stacking unit loads of merchandise. Stan-dard size is 40" x 48."
A low, portable platform of plastic, wood, metal, or fiberboard to facilitate the act of moving, storing, and transporting of supplies as a unit.
A short wooden, metal or plastic platform on which package cargo is placed, then handled by a forklift truck.
Stackable equipment (reusable or one-way!) used to assemble goods into one loading unit. Pallets are suitable for handling f. ex. by forklift trucks. Pallets are either designed with or without side walls (box pallets or flat pallets).
Two layered wood platform, which tow runners between top and bottom used for storing or shipping material.
A platform device (about four feet square) used for moving and storing goods. A forklift truck is used to lift and move the loaded pallet.
The wood or plastic portable frame/platform on which 25 - 40 boxes of product are stacked. The net weight of a pallet is approximately 1,800 pounds.
A platform on which cargo is loaded, which can be stacked and be handled by forklift or sling, usually constructed of wood.
A flat wooden tray that is loaded by a fork-lift truck, used for transporting goods
A wooden, paper or plastic platform usually with a top and bottom, on which packaged goods are placed to facilitate movement by some type of freight handling equipment.
A horizontal platform device used as a base for assembling, storing, handling, and transporting materials and products as a unit load, typically equipped with a superstructure.
A standard amount of paper that fits on a wooden pallet. In cut-size sheets, a pallet equals 40 cartons.
A wood or other composite material used to facilitate handling by forklifts and other mechanical devices. See also Skid.
a platform (typically wooden) used for storing and shipping materials.
A large flat board that is used to hold and move products
A standard-sized base for assembling, sorting, stacking, handling and transporting goods as a unit. The industry standard is GPC-spec-4-way entry, 48" x 40" hardwood pallets.
A platform with or without sides, on which a number of packages or pieces may be loaded to facilitate handling.
A wooden platform with a slatted bottom used to hold and ship stacked cartons of paper.
Wooden or plastic base on which goods are transported. Blues or Cheps. Blue painted pallets owned by a leasing company and interchangable between various users Euro Pallet, the standard pallet used throughout Europe 120 x 80 cms Four by Four the UK standard pallet 120 x 100 cms.
A wooden platform with stringers wide enough to allow a fork lift to drive into it and lift; used to pack cartons for shipment, if specified by the customer. to top
the raised wooden platform on which books are delivered by binders and stored in distribution centres; handling requires the use of forklift trucks.
A wooden frame on which pieces of general cargo are placed so they can be lifted using a forklift truck.
A portable platform for storing or transporting freight.
Wooden platform used as a base for loading and moving paper and printed products.
Load carrying platform to which loose cargo is secured before placing aboard the aircraft.
A wood structure used to stack freight and allow for it to be handled by forklift or pallet jack.
A device used for moving and storing freight. A pallet is used as a base for sorting, stacking, and transporting goods as a unit load. The standard pallet is 40â€ by 48â€ and approximately 4 inches high. It is constructed to facilitate the placement of a the prongs of a forklift between the levels of the pallet so it may be moved onto a freight car or into a warehouse. "Pallet" also sometimes is used to describe a unit of freight; i.e. the amount of freight that will fit on a pallet.
A wooden platform upon which freight is stacked for transportation. The pallet provides clearance for forklift blades. A pallet has a wooden deck and bottom boards.
A low portable platform, usually wooden, on which cargo is stacked for storage or transportation; a skid.
A small platform, usually 40Â² x 48Â² on which goods are placed. Depending on how loaded into equipment, 22-24 pallet positions fit in a 48Â¹ trailer; 26-28 pallet positions in a 53Â¹ trailer.
A platform of standard dimensions on which goods are assembled and secured by nets and straps before being loaded as a unit onto an airplane. It has a flat undersurface to interface with ball, roller, or caster surfaces.
A platform with or without sides, on which a number of items may be loaded to facilitate handling by a forklift.
A portable platform for storing, moving, and handling goods and materials as in a warehouse.
The small platform, usually 40 x 48 inches, on which goods are placed for handling in a warehouse.
A portable, horizontal, rigid platform used as a base for assembling, storing, stacking, handling and transporting goods as a unit load, often equipped with a superstructure
pal·let1 (pal'it) n. A portable platform used for storing or moving cargo or freight.
Wooden frame, typically 48" x 48", used for unitizing freight.
A small portable platform, usually constructed of wood for holding material during storage or transportation.
a portable, horizontal, rigid platform used as a base for assembling, storing, stacking, handling and transporting goods as a unit load. A pallet typically contains a raised superstructure that allows it to be lifted and moved by a forklift without damaging any cases.
A platform on which goods can be stacked in order to facilitate the movement by a fork lift or sling.
A platform (usually two-deck), which facilitates handling of packages or pieces of cargo by a lift truck.
A small platform, usually forty inches by forty-eight inches and made of wood, on which goods are placed for handling in warehouses and storerooms.