CratePak-O is made of wood with plastic corners which makes it both strong and easy to work with. The product is shipped flat and no nails are needed to assemble the box. CratePak-O is designed for volumes up to four cubic meters and the pallet can be constructed to handle a maximum weight of several tonnes.
Being quick and easy to assemble and dismantle without a single nail involved, CratePak-O enhances safety, creates a quieter working environment and offers effective packaging for extra-large products.
CratePak-O can be opened and closed several times without affecting its performance which makes it more time and cost effective compared to traditional wood- and nail crates. The end result is an easy-to-use packaging that offers great product protection and a safe and quiet working environment.
Wooden Crates - CratePak-O HD
The Wooden Crate Concept - CratePak-O HD is created using strength of metal corners coupled with robustness of wooden crate. It is sturdy, easy to assemble, shipped flat (space and cost savings) and requires no nails for assembly. Crate Pak-O HD is designed to contain large heavy duty products for harsh and rugged environments and is resistant to wide spectrum of mechanical shocks from multiple modes of transport.
CratePak-O HD is an enhanced version of Nefab’s Crate Pak-O solution. In the CratePak-O HD solution, metal corners trade places with plastic corners to improve structural strength, over-stacking capability and ergonomics.
Three reasons to choose Nefab CratePak-O:
1. Fast Assembly
The plastic corners are fastened to the pallet. To assemble the packaging, the four sides are simply slid into place.
2. Delivered flat - saves space
Packaging is delivered flat and can be assembled quick and easily without the use of nails. It is compact when collapsed for storage and takes up very little space.
3. Flexible Solution
This packaging can be used with most types of pallets, making it very flexible and easy to handle. Nefab has tested the concept's resistance to compression, vibration, impacts and falls in its own packaging lab, with impressive results.