As Loadhog continues to grow its product range, the returnable packaging manufacturer has released a brand new Euro Container, designed for easy handling and manual use. This lightweight and ergonomic container is particularly popular within industrial manufacturing, food manufacturing and distribution.

Typically this container is stacked or placed on racking, enabling easy storage and handling of small parts, and is designed to withstand the harsh environment of manufacturing supply chains today. With a payload of up to 25kg, the ergonomic handle design is built for maximum comfort when lifting.

This reusable, recyclable and recycled system is manufactured from 100% recycled material as standard, benefitting the carbon rating of the operation. Loadhog are manufacturing the container in the 400 x 300 footprint in three height variants; 120, 170 and 220. The robust wall and corner design provides maximum strength without compromising on the weight of the unit. The ribbed label feature on the short side of the container allows for easy label removal making the identification process quicker, more efficient and easy to alter for the handler.

Loadhog’s Euro Container is also cross compatible with various containers on the market, making it easy to implement with the existing system in place while improving with the benefits of the Loadhog product. The Euro Container is also compatible with the Loadhog Pally & Lid system to assist transport between sites, and the Loadhog Dolly which can be used to efficiently transport goods across production lines.

Loadhog also offers various options to customise the containers for large distribution projects or in-house aesthetics, whether it be alternative colours, digital/hotfoil printing, embossed branding and even food grade polypropylene for food manufacturing and storage.

For more information please contact us here :

https://loadhog.com/contact-us/

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