Pallenz Plastics Limited is a wholly owned New Zealand company. They have been designing, developing and manufacturing plastic pallets and materials handling systems since 1991 and in that time the products have created a broad market appeal in the food processing, chemical, logistics, and pharmaceutical industries.

Since the introduction of wooden pallets over 50 years ago, no one has developed a more suitable alternative for moving product through the supply chain.  To succeed, it would have to balance off strength, durability, functional efficiency and cost.

Pallenz believes this is best achieved with the use of plastic materials because modern technology and their own ingenuity make it possible, and because industry requirements make it necessary. Pallenz has found that the plastic pallets greatest benefit is its longevity. This comes about through the manufacturing process and materials used, combined with its patented innovations and design features.

The Pallenz range of products includes pallets for racking and non racking applications, and the award winning Palmart collapsible pallet bins - all of which are designed and made in New Zealand.

Pallenz Pallets - plastics pallets and collapsible bins

Also featuring in the media Pallenz has supplied product for use is the blockbuster Avatar movie shot largely in Wellington, and an international TVC for Rexona in 2007.

 

 

Pallenz' most recent high profile delivery was in August 2009 and to the United Nations Peace Keeping Mission in Liberia - the Pallenz bin internationally selected over all others for its durability and construction.