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Initially, glass bottles
were simply stacked during transportation. Scratches and dirt on the bottles
Bottles in stacks were
strapped under pressure - a first step toward palletisation. The approach was
correct, although implementation was difficult with the machines that were available
at that time.
The bottles were
placed in boxes. So they could be stacked and loaded on pallets.
Packs" and the addition of shrink bags will not only allow pallets to be
placed on top of each other, but also the use of forklifts.
By stacking the
bottles on a vertical surface and reducing the horizontal compartment sides,
the number of bottles accommodated could be increased enormously. Each layer
being identical to the dimension of the pallet.
Reduce to the max: The
packaging has been reduced to a minimum. A simple sheet of cardboard with lip has
replaced the boxes thus reducing the space consumed by the packaging several
In the 80s, Benno
Hasenfratz invented the so-called pool system and founded the company
Cartonplast. He helped the glass industry in Europe to switch from cardboard
packaging to plastic layer pads.
A management owned company that prides itself in being the innovator and benchmark of the industry by building on decades of involvement.
The company has evolved
over the years into a global company: The pool system became indispensable for
the packaging of food product industry. The company was sold in 2008.
was founded in 2012. The hygienically cleaned polypropylene reusable layer pads
were leased by means of a pool system to container producers. Green Plate layer
pads are food-safe and offer the highest product safety.
Green Plate GmbH
Frankfurt am Main
Our CEOs:Thomas Krausch Michael Heikenfeld
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