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Alps Synergy crates are stackable and nestable (Photo: Alps Synergy)

Space Saving Stackable And Nestable Plastic Crates

  (MALAYSIA, 5/16/2012)

Alps Synergy plastic crates have the ability to be stacked and nested suiting a wide range of industries - fish, seafood processing plants, meat traders, poultry, materials handling & storage, warehousing and distribution.

The fishery industry is extending the use of plastic crates. The catch is transferred to plastic crates at the docks and then brought to the processing plant, where they are processed.

Nowadays, increased safety and sanitary requirements for handling food in the fishing industry, encourages further the use of plastic crates and insulated boxes and tubs.

Alps Synergy crates can be easily stacked to achieve significant saving of valuable space and transportation costs

Characteristics

  • UV Stabilised HDPE
  • Stackable & Nestable – Can be easily stacked to achieve significant saving of valuable space and transportation costs
  • Stronger ribs for better strength
  • Ease of loading, stacking and storage
  • Smooth surface, easy to clean and easy to handle
  • Do not absorb water, strange liquids or humidity
  • Comfortable handles for easy handling, carrying and lifting
  • Strong and durable. Ability to withstand deep freezing conditions as well as open and extreme sun conditions

Alps Synergy also offers plastic thermal insulated boxes and tubs for fresh food storage and transportation.

Alps F Series boxes

These tough, double wall, foam filled high-insulated boxes and tubs provide excellent temperature consistency, a proven way of increasing efficiency, keeping products fresh and potentially improving profits.

The boxes are made from double-walled Polyethylene (PE) shell and insulated with a choice of expanded Polyurethane.

Optional drain outlets, Alps M Series

For the fisheries industry Alps F Series boxes are used on board of boats and inland transportation for fresh fish on ice; at docks and in the processing industry, for storage of chilled foods. The highly insulated foam helps keep products cold up to 6 days when properly iced.

Alps S Series boxes are used in particular on board in open transportation; on factory floor, where space is restricted. The optimal transport size is suitable for distant markets and transportation providing costs savings. These boxes are accessible by hand pallet jack and forklift truck from two sides.

The Alps M Series insulated tubs are the most popular and frequently used in the food processing sectors (fish, shrimp and meat) for storage and keeping the products fresh during preparation. The pallet designed at bottom can be moved by a standard hand pallet jack or forklift truck from all four sides. 1250 litre and 1700 litre boxes are suitable for storage of large fish such as tuna.

Alps Synergy insulated boxes and tubs are a proven way of increasing efficiency and to keep products fresh, raising catch value and quality and, potentially improving profits.

These insulated boxes and tubs are available in several capacities, ranging from 35 to 1700 litres with or without lids. All sizes are nestable.

Alps M-Series offer excellent temperature consistency which helps to keep products cold up to five days when properly iced

Alps Synergy Enterprise

Based in Malaysia, Alps Synergy began exporting insulated boxes and tubs in year 2004. To date, the company’s insulated boxes and tubs are distributed in more than 30 countries.

Alps Synergy’s factory is exceptionally well equipped with a high production capacity and using the most advanced and productive technology available.

In addition the company is able to offer design assistance in developing products for custom use.

Source: Alps Synergy

Margaret E.L. Stacey
Editor Companies and Products

editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com


Information of the company:
Address: 91, Jalan SS2/2
City: Petaling Jaya, Selangor
State/ZIP: (47300)
Country: Malaysia
Phone: +60 1 6270 6813
Fax: +60 3 7874 3048
E-Mail: export@alpssynergy.com
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