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1) Expendable pallet

A pallet utilized for a single transaction and is not expected to be returned.

2) Fiberboard pallet

A pallet which is constructed from fiberboard material

3) Exchange pallet

Refers to a pallet that is used by several shippers whose ownership is transferred when the ownership of the unit load is transferred.

4) Flush pallet

A pallet constructed in such a manner that there are no overhangs and the decks, both top and bottom, fit "flush" with the stringers on all sides.

5) Euro-pallet

The standard pallet in Europe. It is 1200 mm by 800 mm in dimension and has a wood block design between the top and bottom permitting four-way or four-sided entrance by lifting forks. Although other sizes exist in Europe, they are not nearly as prominent as the Euro-pallet.

6) Detachable frame pallet

A pallet that features a frame or superstructure that is removable.

7) Four way block pallet

A pallet which, by its design and construction, is accessible to a pallet jack from all four sides; a full four-way entry pallet.

8) Double deck pallet

A pallet constructed of both a top and bottom deck or deckboards.

9) Four way pallet

A pallet which, by its construction, allows forks of a lift to enter the pallet from both sides and ends.

10) Empty pallet stacker

A transporter or device used to distribute, move and store empty pallets.

11) Fixed-wall pallet container

Container that features an integrated pallet and has fixed side walls.

12) Four-way entry pallet

Openings on all four sides of a pallet or the base of a pallet or container, which allow fork truck handling from all four sides.

13) Four way stringer pallet

A pallet which utilizes stringers in its construction with these stringers being notched to allow four way insertion of forks.

14) Double wing pallet

A pallet constructed in such a way as to have the top deck extending out from opposite sides.

15) Full perimeter pallet

A pallet which utilizes a block design and incorporates the use of deckboards and stringer configured in the same plane.  Such a configuration results in the formation of a complete framework on both ends and both sides.