Fun Fact: Most wooden pallets are recycled – Timber recovered from damaged pallets are typically used to manufacture vast numbers of reconditioned pallets and other packaging materials. A recent survey in the US found that over 70% of all wooden pallets are now recycled – a much higher recycling rate than for aluminum, paper or plastic. Another report found that less than 5% of wooden pallets end up in landfills and, of course, they biodegrade there anyway! In any case, trees are generally not cut down to make pallets. The wood used for pallets is a by-product of the timber used in the construction of houses and furniture. The best wood is reserved for these items and the humble pallet is made from the off-cuts.
We’ve been through a few providers in previous years, but [United] stayed persistent and convinced us to give them a chance. We are happy we did. Our stretch wrap rolls are of higher quality and we are now paying less per case. Additionally, the customer service is excellent. We provide retail sales to some of the largest retailers in the United States so it’s important our pallets are secure.
Operations Manager – Wholesale Distribution Company
Working with [United] made it easy to identify product from valid and reliable sources at a low cost that allowed us to provide great value for our exit end users.
CEO – Supply Solutions
I was WOWed at the creative design and brilliance of a display built out and managed by United that was presented to one of my top clients.
CEO – Brilliant Minds Marketing
United takes care of me for all of my custom boxes, tape and stretch wrap needs. They are the best vendor for supplies I’ve ever had. I sent Michael at United a text the other day that said, “You are the best vendor ever,” because truly he is and I mean it. He also surprises me with Krispy Kreme’s often!
Owner and President – PCS