LINPAC Allibert is offering a range of handling and logistics containers specifically designed to meet the increasingly complex needs of automated handling equipment.  The company believes that the complexity of modern automated warehouses and distribution centres means that systems integrators are introducing ever more sophisticated handling solutions and that RTP providers need to offer containers and totes to meet these changing needs.

LINPAC Allibert’s range of containers, trays and totes is manufactured to precise dimensions to fit and function seamlessly with automated handling equipment.  Steve Goodland, Sales Manager from LINPAC Allibert, comments: “Systems integrators are working with state of the art handling systems in order to meet the increasing complexity of modern automated warehouses. It is important that they can source a wide range of containers that are guaranteed to work perfectly with the equipment, giving reliable and consistent flow with a long life span.

“Our range of plastic containers and totes are injection moulded in polypropylene or high density polyethylene, materials renowned for strength, durability and hygiene.  Combined with consistent sizing, this makes them ideal for the close tolerances demanded by highly automated warehouse and logistics operations, such as conveyor systems, automated storage and retrieval systems, robot handling, de-nesting and wash plants.”

Although it has the most extensive product portfolio in the industry, LINPAC Allibert also offers a specialist project management and consulting team that can develop bespoke containers to meet specific automated handling needs.

LINPAC Allibert’s range of containers for automated handling includes stacking and nesting containers, small parts storage, bulk handling containers, pallets and dollies.  Stacking containers include the classic heavy-duty KLT designed as a consistent modular system for efficient logistics operations, the heavy duty LWB container for automated handling, where strength and rigidity are paramount and Eureka stacking containers for versatile distribution.

Stacking and nesting containers include the latest Maxinest Plus tray for food and grocery distribution, the SDS 180° container which turns through 180° in order to save 50% space on return transport and the Kaiman Attached Lid Containers, which incorporate an integral hinged lid and tamper-evident security to reduce losses and deter theft of high-value goods in transit.

The bulk handling range includes the Maxipac folding bulk container, the Tytan heavy duty container and solid and ventilated Geoboxes with runners. The range of pallets and dollies includes the Maestro pallet range with runners and anti-slip options and dollies in different sizes to suit requirements.

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