Pallet refers to a portable platform for storing or moving goods that are stacked on it. Normally found as a wooden platform without sides, which is used for stacking a number of packages on in preparation for loading and distribution to their destination.

It is common to find that the pallets have space underneath so that they can be lifted by mechanical equipment such as forklift trucks. Raised platform, intended to facilitate the lifting and stacking of goods. Pallets are usually made of wood, and of standard dimensions: 1000mm X 1200mm (ISO) and 800mm X 1200mm (CEN).

See also:
"Pallet" is in the NAICS Code "321920"
(Wood Container and Pallet ManufacturingCooperage stock mills)

"Pallet" is in the UNSPSC Code "24101505"
Pallet trucks

Ref: 86254/2006-09-13

A platform on which cargo is loaded, can be stacked and can be handled by forklift or sling, usually constructed of wood.

-see also:
"Pallet" is in the NAICS Code "32192"
Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing

"Pallet" is in the UNSPSC Code "24101505"
Pallet trucks

Ref: 84765/2006-08-24

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