This is the most widely used pallet in the world. There are currently around 450-500 million pallets of this type in use worldwide.
Materials: 11 boards of quality timber, 9 woodchip or solid wood blocks, 78 nails. Produced according to the EPAL Technical Regulations.
When stacking laden pallets on a solid, level surface, the bottommost pallet must not exceed a load of max. 4000 kg.
See some of the other types of pallets we produce.
You can easily recognize the original EPAL pallet and distinguish it from imitations and replicas by its idiosyncratic markings.
All members of EPAL - the European Pallet Association - are subject to inspection and control by an independent international auditing firm. This is the only way EPAL can guarantee the consistently high quality they offer to the markets.
Compliance with the ISPM 15 standard is the most essential condition for the unrestricted use of pallets in the international movement of goods. Therefore, all EPAL Euro Pallets are manufactured in accordance with the strict IPPC specifications and can thus be transported worldwide. Local Plant Protection Authorities provide information on the countries that recognize the IPPC standard.