Buckhorn, a maker of reusable plastic packaging, is introducing a new class of pallet-sized, collapsible containers that feature an integrated pallet and lid system. Unlike short-lived corrugated bulk containers that are awkward to assemble and knockdown, the Maximizer container is easily erected by one person and can be reused hundreds of times. The walls are easy to assemble and collapse, and the integrated locking system provides strength and stability in transport. It is made from durable, moisture-resistant plastic and can be stored indoors or outdoors. Its design offers better ergonomics with two full-width access side doors and four-way forklift pallet entry.
Buckhorn's Maximizer product is 100-percent recyclable. It has a footprint of 48 x 40 x 41 inches and holds up to 1,000 pounds. It weighs approximately 30 percent less than traditional plastic bulk boxes and can be stacked three high for added storage space. One assembled unit can store eight collapsed containers inside.
The Maximizer also folds flat and fits within its own footprint, offering a 5:1 return ratio. In other words, approximately 300 collapsed containers fit in a 53-foot trailer. Additionally, it supports a safe, clean working environment. There are no sharp edges, staples, or nails, and it eliminates dust.
Company: Buckhorn Inc.
Company URL: www.buckhorninc.com