It’s Time to Reconsider Your Pallet

While our focus is to provide a worry-free experience and a continuous supply of pallets, Rose Pallet is so much more. In challenging times, we know that budgets can be tight. That’s why we offer multiple options to fit your goals and funding.

While we can’t argue that new pallets are best, they may not always be the most economical. That’s why we like to educate our clients on a “good-better-best” scenario. After all, choosing a pallet type is not a decision that should be made lightly. Our experts can help you weigh the pros and cons of many options on the market. The comparison chart below is a great tool to help guide the discussion.

Good Reconditioned • Affordable alternative
• Preserve natural resources
• Custom sizes available
• Treatment options available
• Grade A and B available
• Good for industry-standard loads
One way
Better Combo • Cost-effective and reliable
• Made from a hybrid of new and recycled material
• Looks new or nearly new
• Custom sizes available
• Treatment options available
• Better for heavier or odd-size loads
One way or
multiple use
Best New • Never been used
• Consistent quality and construction
• Engineered for durability
• Built to your exact specifications
• Wide variety of lumber species
• Treatment options available
• Highest load-bearing capacity ~3-4K lbs
Multiple uses

With helpful information, professional assistance, and careful consideration, it’s possible to ship safely and effectively without spending more. Contact the pros at Rose Pallet to get started.

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