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Warehouse Partners, the leading supplier of labelling and warehouse solutions to the suppliers of storage and material handling equipment, will highlight its lightweight and sustainable picking solution, PALLITE® PIX® in the next of its popular and informative product webinars.

The PALLITE® PIX® webinar, which takes place on Wednesday 23rd June at 11:00, is the third in the ongoing series of webinars, each of which focuses on a different British-made product available through Warehouse Partners. The aim of the series is help trade customers better understand the extensive product range and how these can add value to their contracts.

PALLITE® PIX is a range of flexible, lightweight and durable storage systems, specially designed to consolidate pick-faces. By utilising the between-pallet space the system enables operators to maximise the available space they have in their warehouse, helping them store more product and improve their pick efficiency.

The system incorporates easy-to-fit interchangeable dividers that can be designed around a specific product. Pick-faces are available in 12, 16 or 32-compartment configurations, helping to reduce pick times and walk sequences, and accompanied by suitable identification labels, the system enables operators to easily locate product.

The durable honeycomb construction walls and reinforced edges help to protect stock from damage and pickers from injury, while each PALLITE® PIX storage unit can hold up to 500kg of product. Despite the lightweight nature of the product, it is strong enough to be moved by a forklift, even when full.

To support the sustainability requirements of the modern warehouse, the PALLITE® PIX product is also 100% recyclable and made from responsibly sourced materials.

Chris Hopkirk, Sales Director, Warehouse Partners said: “PALLITE® PIX® is a sustainable and cost-effective solution to improving the efficiency of most picking operations. The product has proved a hit with our customers, who have reported very positive feedback from end-users, and I look forward to explaining more about the product in our latest webinar.”

For details on how to register for the webinar visit and for more details on Warehouse Partners, visit www.warehouse-partners.co.uk

Future webinars will feature Line Marking and Integrated Safety Solutions. Previous webinars featuring Netting and Labelling solutions, are available to watch again by visiting the Knowledge Hub page on the Warehouse Partners website.

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