Slip sheets are thin pallet-sized sheets made of plastic, heavy laminated kraft paperboard, or corrugated fiberboard used in commercial shipping. Often, these replace the use of traditional wooden pallets. The unit load is usually stretch wrapped or shrink wrapped for stability. The environment is an important issue nowadays. Slipsheets are particularly environmentally friendly. Increasing numbers of companies are producing slipsheets from recycled materials, e.g. cardboard or plastic, that are of the same quality as regular slipsheets. Increasing numbers of companies are stepping over to palletless shipping methods due to the high costs of pallets. For palletless handling two main forklift truck attachments are used: PushPull and RollerForks®.

MSE-FORKS PALLETLESS SLIPSHEETSSLIP SHEET VS. PALLET:

  • Using slip sheets instead of wooden pallets allows for 12-15% more products in material handling containers
  • Slip sheets do not require maintenance, but can easily be replaced
  • Significant reduction in material handling costs
  • Decreases loading/unloading time by up to 60%
  • Weighs 20 times less than wooden pallets, saving shipping weight
  • Can be customized to fit any size load
  • Eliminates the need for pallet exchange
  • Reusable and reliable
  • Most are recyclable
  • Is cost-effective
  • ISPM 15 and HACCP proof

SLIP SHEET DISADVANTAGES:

  • Slip sheet usage requires special slipheets attachments on transportation devices such as a lift truck
  • When used alone, pallets provide more structural support than slip sheets
  • Pallets are easily compatible with crane devices
  • Almost all lift truck attachment reduces load capacity

Overall, the advantages of slip sheets vs. pallets highly overate the disadvantages associated with the two.

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