JP Pallets are located in Perth, Western Australia. We are Perth's preferred pallet supplier and are an Australian owned and operated business, being in the pallet industry for over 20 years.
We specialize in the manufacture of new pallets: standard size and custom made. We have a large range of secondhand pallets, plastic and steel pallets.
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Servicing the West coast, local Perth and regional areas, JP Pallets offer reliable quality products for all industries including, warehousing, transporting, mining, engineering and retail solutions.
Delivery within the Perth metro area also available
Australian Standards Pallet Code - AS4068
This Standard was prepared by the Standards Australia Committee on Pallets under the supervision of the Multitechnics Standards Policy Board to supersede AS 1899—1976, Flat pallets for materials handling (1100 mm × 1100 mm suitable for use in ISO Series 1 freight containers) and AS 2068—1977, Flat pallets for materials handling (1165 mm × 1165 mm general purpose, not intended for use in ISO Series 1 freight containers).
The general-purpose Australian pallet, nominally 1165 mm × 1165 mm, continues to be based on the
46 inch × 46 inch pallet, introduced into Australian industry in 1946 and subsequently specified in
AS E41—1965. The introduction of the metric system and the ISO Series 1 freight containers necessitated the issue of new Australian Standards, AS 1899—1976 and AS 2068—1977.
Basically the two standard pallets were intended to ultimately be the same in all respects, other than in their overall dimensions.In preparing this edition, the Committee were of the opinion that the similarity of the two standard pallets was such that the requirements for them should now be published in one Australian Standard embracing: (a) 1165 mm × 1165 mm general purpose flat pallets for materials handling, not intended for use in ISO Series 1 freight containers. (b) 1100 mm × 1100 mm flat pallets for materials handling for use in ISO Series 1 freight containers.
Although timber is the material most commonly used for pallets, this Standard has been drafted on a performance basis to allow for the use of other materials of construction, e.g. metals, plastics and composites.