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Space-saving nestable RTPs

30 January 2017

Alison Handling is able to supply a wide range of products, including 180° stack nest containers, which can help speed up handling operations, improve storage efficiencies, reduce logistics costs and eliminate packaging waste. 

The 600 x 400 footprint 180° stack nest containers are moulded in food grade polypropylene and are available in both solid and perforated versions in three depths that all interwork together. 

All the containers have moulded in hand holes for easy handling are stocked in a range of colours making them visually distinguishable to segregate areas, products or processes.

The ‘stack & nest’ principle used by the range reduces the space taken up by empty containers. When empty the boxes can be rotated 180° horizontally and nested inside each other – saving up to 73% of space. 


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