Flood proof security crate the ideal solution


This quality Security Crate from A Plus Plastics is revolutionizing the document storage industry – and is fast replacing the common cardboard box.

Made from 100 per cent recycled plastic it is GEGA approved. Unlike cardboard it is made to last and can be used again and again.

Most importantly, the security crate actually floats when full. This means it is perfect in high- risk flood areas for storage of important documents and belongings.

The security crate is already popular in law firms, banks, insurance firms, Councils as well as offices and households.    

Other than document storage this tough, versatile crate is widely used in warehousing (as a large picking bin) and the relocation industry.

Features include 68L capacity, attached flap lids and internal hanging rails for files.

They are easily lockable and tamper proof for maximum security.

As an added feature, these security crates “nest” conveniently when empty – giving it 68 units per pallet (standard pallet height), so freight and storage costs are minimized.

The A Plus Plastics security crate is available in any color and/or with custom branding for a minimum quantity.

A custom made skate is available for easy movement when full.

A Plus Plastics Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9603 2088

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