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  • PALLITE unveils PIX SLOTS warehouse storage solution

    PALLITE, designer and manufacturer of the popular PIX range of flexible warehouse storage solutions, is expanding the brand range to include PIX SLOTS, to meet the demands of businesses storing small and lightweight products, such as the fashion and beauty industry.

    PALLITE launched its PIX range over two years ago and has since taken the warehouse industry by storm. An alternative to correx and corrugate pick bins, as well as metal racking, PALLITE PIX is designed to consolidate pick-faces to create more space in a warehouse, ultimately giving operators a higher yield of SKU density per m2.

    The difference with PIX is that it overcomes the grievances you face when choosing any of the other solutions in the market and offers a flexible, quick-build, and easy to bespoke solution.  What’s more, PIX and PIX SLOTS is made from over 85% recycled materials and is 100% recyclable.

    PIX is quick and easy to build without the need for any tools. A customer recently proved just how quick and easy PIX is to construct without the need for any tools when they had a team of two people build over 9,000 pick-faces in just five hours. It was easy and cost-effective for them to specify bespoke units and benefit from the short lead times offered by PALLITE. What’s more, they can now flex the units around their product range by removing dividers and store up to 200kg per shelf.

    Following sales of over 1,500 units and 30,000 individual pick-faces in the UK alone, and with a reputation for innovation, PALLITE is proud to introduce PIX SLOTS to the market.

    PIX SLOTS is a lighter-weight, lower-cost version of the original PIX range and focuses on consolidating pick-faces for lightweight and small items such as those found in the fashion and beauty industries. Since the UK soft launch in March, PIX SLOTS has already sold over £135,000 of units in the UK alone, with a further £30,000 landed as part of PALLITE’s ongoing international expansion.


    Stuart O'Brien

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