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Jeco Plastic Products To Introduce New Precision Pallets at IPEX

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Plainfield, Indiana, USA; February 2006—Jeco Plastic Products—designer and manufacturer of plastic pallets and containers for the worldwide printing and automotive industries since 1973—will introduce a new line of precision pallets at IPEX 2006 in Birmingham, England. The new line of Precision pallets will be shown on the Jeco Plastic Products stand, number 7-B35 in Hall 7, and will be in use on the adjacent Heidelberg stand, number 7-A01. Jeco Plastic Products Precision pallets are designed to meet the exacting requirements of modern printers. Initially available for use with the popular Heidelberg Speedmaster CD74 and XL 105 presses, Jeco Plastic Products Precision pallets are expected to revolutionize how printers move and store printed products. The pallets are based on a breakthrough in pallet design and manufacture, and incorporate a steel runner which reinforces the pallet, maintains dimensional stability, and ensures long life. They permit carrying greater loads and stacking to greater heights than is possible with other pallets. Jeco Plastic Products Precision pallets are rotationally molded of linear low density polyethylene to provide both impact resistance and rigidity. The unique design permits forklift access from any side. In announcing the new products, Jeco Plastic Products CEO Craig Carson commented: “Our new line of Precision pallets is unique in the industry. Unlike conventional plastic pallets, these sturdy pallets are internally reinforced with steel runners, using sophisticated molding techniques not available from any other manufacturer. We expect to follow this introduction with pallets for most modern presses in standard formats.”

 

 

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