Dayton, Ohio (PRWEB) August 04, 2014
CTC Plastics located in Dayton, Ohio is pleased to announce its unique line of reusable plastic nestable pallets made from 100% recycled plastic.
CTC Plastics is one of the largest manufacturers of strong lightweight thermoplastic composite pallets, offering both heavy duty reusable and light weight export single use plastic pallets.
With an increasing amount of plastic products being produced everyday, businesses are placing more concentration on green initiatives by moving away from wood pallets and moving toward reusable plastic pallets as plastic can be used many times over. CTC's reusable plastic nestable pallets are 100% recyclable making them a lower cost, environmentally friendly alterative to wood.
CTC's one way export pallets are very popular for international and one-way shipments due to their lightweight. CTC's heavy duty reusable pallet is designed for durability and long service life. These pallets are the perfect fit for industries such as agricultural, industrial, retail, automotive, grocery, and many other industries.
Why are so many businesses attracted to CTC Plastics pallets? They do not have nails, splinters or broken boards to risk injury. They are resistant to pest infestation, mold and mildew, their strong one piece design, easy forklift access, nine footed nest configuration also contributes to their high demand. The pallets when empty fit tightly together for maximum space savings and since they are made from 100% recycled plastic they can be recycled at the end of their life span and turned into yet another durable product to be used again and again.
CTC Plastics is a minority owned ISO 9001 and ISO/EIC 17025 certified custom compounder of automotive certified resins and commodity grade general purpose resins. CTC's wide range of capabilities also extends to compression and injection molding as well as the manufacturing of plastic pallets.
For more information on CTC Plastics custom compounded resins, reusable plastic pallets and custom molding capabilities, please visit them on the web at http://www.ctcplastics.com/.
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