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Enviro Skates: the latest lean, green way to move crates

17-05-2010
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A Plus Plastics has launched a new range of quality dollies called Enviro Skates that raise the benchmark for crate materials handling.

Made from recycled PP with a load rating of 600kg, Enviro Skates are heavy duty yet a much lighter and a more economical option than steel dollies.

With Enviro Skates, quality is not sacrificed. 

The skates’ durable castors are the key, with long life assured, even under a heavy workload.

Another handy feature is their ability to stack for easy storage when not in use.

The extensive range of skates have been individually developed to custom fit a number of industry standard crates.

Skates to fit:

  • Number 7 crate (32L), 
  • Number 10 crate (52L) & number 15 crate (68)
  • Number 6 (35L) & number 12 (55L) “fish crates”
  • Security Crate (68L)

Optional stainless steel castors are also available.

A Plus Plastics
Ph: 02 9603 2088

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