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Why Heat Treated Pallets are a Better Choice than Chemical Fumigation

Greenway Products & Services supplies heat-treated, ISPM compliant pallets throughout NJ, NY & PA. We supply businesses that export product across the globe with shipping pallets of all freight classifications. Wood pallets must be treated to prevent the transport of harmful pests, fungus, and other contaminants. As environmental concerns rise worldwide it is important to [...]

By | October 9th, 2016|Export Pallets, Heat Treated Pallets, News|0 Comments

Use Euro Pallets ISO Dimensions When Shipping to Europe

Euro pallets ISO dimensions are the standard when shipping to Europe. Specifications of Euro pallets are determined by the European Pallet Association (EPAL). According to EPAL, these strict guidelines have been implemented because pallets were being built with inferior wood before the guidelines were in place. That practice caused pallets to break down and splinter creating shipping nightmares. The specifications ensure that high-quality wood is used to build each wood pallet. Greenway Products & Services supplies Euro pallets to NJ, NY & PA businesses with international shipments. […]

By | September 7th, 2016|Export Pallets, News|0 Comments

Exporting Pallets from NJ, NY, PA

Are you still buying plastic pallets in NJ, NY or PA for transporting your products? Did you know that it's actually better to use wooden pallets? But before we get into that lets discuss heat treated pallets in more detail. What is IPPC? IPPC stands for International Plant Protection Convention. The IPPC is treaty that [...]

By | November 13th, 2015|Export Pallets, News|Comments Off on Exporting Pallets from NJ, NY, PA

What is IPPC?

IPPC stands for International Plant Protection Convention. It is a treaty between 115 countries. In addition, IPPC is administered by the Food and Agriculture Organization. This organization also controls and helps the trading of plants and plant products. Their goal is to make sure there is not a spread of pests and insects on plants [...]

By | November 13th, 2015|Export Pallets, News|Comments Off on What is IPPC?