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Alison plastic dollies make light work of moving crates and boxes

06 June 2016

Alison offer a range of new and used robust heavy duty plastic dollies from stock to facilitate safe and easy movement of crates, boxes and trays. 

Manufactured from strong, durable, hygienic food quality polyethylene and designed to avoid dirt traps, these dollies can provide stable transport of most sizes of plastic storage boxes including stacking boxes/crates, confectionery trays and lidded boxes.

Available in a range of colours that can help distinguish individual products or operational areas, Alison dollies can be fitted with different castors for specific applications including swivel braked wheels for optimum maneuverability and secure location. These strong smooth surfaced dollies can safely carry loads up to 300 kg depending on the selected dolly. These loads can be moved efficiently and safely in the work place and so help to ensure your company is Health and Safety legislation compliant.

Plastic dollies are used by many food processors in the supply chain. Retailers also use plastic dollies to efficiently transport produce instore and also as POS merchandising base trays to eliminate double handling.

Alongside a comprehensive range of polyethylene plastic dollies, Alison can also supply bespoke stainless steel or mild steel dollies to meet individual bespoke handling needs. For full details of the range contact Alison Handling or view online at www.alisonhandling.com


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