A bearer pallet is constructed using three or more parallel pieces of timber (called bearers) onto which the deckboards are attached. Bearer pallets are often called two-way pallets, because forklifts and pallet trucks can access them only from two sides. Bearer pallets are typically less expensive than 4-way block pallets because they use less timber. A bearer pallet also generally has greater load-bearing capacity than its 4-way equivalent.
Bearer pallets from Hazelhill Timber Products
- Cost-effective – typically less expensive than the equivalent 4-way block pallet
- Greater load-bearing capacity than the equivalent 4-way block pallet
- Made from high-quality kiln-dried native timber sourced from renewable forests
- Compliant with ISPM 15
- Available in standard and bespoke sizes
- 100% recyclable