Plastic Pallet Collars – Case Study

Plastic Pallet Collars – Case Study

The Customer

The country’s leading pub retailer and brewer, welcoming customers into 2,700 pubs, restaurants and hotels across the UK. Employing more than 39,000 staff across they strive to be the pride in British hospitality.


The Challenge

There was a particular focus on pushing forward the 5S principles (lean thinking and methods). At Exporta making operations more efficient and cost effective is what we do so we had the right solutions to help achieve the customers goals.

The customers incumbent supplier was causing them operational issues.


The Solution

When the customer was having supplier issues, we were able to react very quickly suppling the goods they needed. This resulted in them cancelling the order with their previous supplier and working with us. The goods needed, Plastic Pallet Collars, were part of our core range.


Customer Comments

Switching from the previous supplier to us shows the confidence that they had working with us.

Moving forward, all lean improvements done at one site could potentially roll out to others, with Plastic Pallet Collars likely to be used elsewhere too. Looking at our range further there is also the possibility of using Rigid Pallet Boxes for waste, stations for storing wrap, picking bins for glove storage, coloured plastic pallets for print and inter depot shipping and coloured pallet boxes for rubbish out in areas where forklifts are used. All of our products are designed to make operations more efficient, save time and money.

If you are looking to make your warehouse or operation more efficient or need products fast, get in touch with us today to see how we can support you.

Exporta Global 21/03/24


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