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Now there’s a simple way to move your crates

21-09-2010
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A Plus Plastics has released a new range of quality dollies called “Enviro Skates”.

The skates are ideal for anyone using industry standard materials handling crates and are set to revolutionize many businesses.

Made from recycled environmentally friendly plastic, they have a load rating of 600kg. This means they are heavy duty but much lighter and a more economical option than steel dollies on the market. But quality has not been sacrificed. 

The skates durable castors provide a long life – even under a heavy work load. Another handy feature is their ability to stack for easy storage when not in use.

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

Skates are available 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)

An Enviro Skates range with optional stainless steel castors will be available soon.

A Plus Plastics Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9603 2088
www.aplusplastics.com.au

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