The pallet bins in this section are all manufactured using the injection moulding process.  Injection moulded bins are generally under 800 litres in capacity due to the investment requirered for plant and machinery, along with tooling.

Injection moulded pallet bins are usually in the 400-750 litre range and are used predominantly in the produce, meat, poultry, and fishing industries where product is harvested or moved in bulk quantities.

The injection moulding process allows more features to be included on pallet bins (as well as crates and trays for that matter) due to the tooling having moving parts that can open and close, insert and retract to provide strengthening ribs, stacking lugs, denesting devices, perforated side and base panels, encapsulated components and many other added value parts. 

Blow moulds and rotational moulds do not generally have this ability and these processes are dependent on finished product being 'hollow' in nature, whereas injection moulded products are invariably solid in design and in finish.

The tolerances achieved by injection moulding allow for handles, hinges, skids, latches, ticket holders, and more add ons to be integrated into the finished product more readily than the other two processes. 

This along with higher production rates equates to a lower cost full featured product.  The downside is flexibility when it comes to colours, small run sizes, or for custom tooling as moulds for injection moulded pallet bins are usually 6-7 figures when a rotational mould can be manuafctured for a fraction of that amount to provide a pallet bin to suit your individual needs.