New fish handling boxes at SPG
New from Dolav at this year’s Seafood Processing Global is the 540mm high Dolav box on a 1200 x 1000mm base.
Like the 740mm high winchable Dolav Ace, all Dolav pallet boxes have solid or perforated HDPE walls and bases. When empty, they can be effortlessly and manually moved by just one person.
Also new is the equally hygienic, easily cleanable robust and durable, Dolav perforated plastic pallet. It is 1200 x 800mm, with a 1200 x 1000mm size due soon. The company has also recently launched two long boxes of 1750 x 1000mm and 1870 x 800mm. Both are 740mm high and can handle long fish.
Ideally suited to high-speed cool chains, the Dolav box range saves weight and cost. The robust one-piece, moulded-in runners and HDPE construction is ideal without insulation, which speeds up cooling, helps increase payload and improves hygiene-excellence by making inner-wall contamination impossible.
Winchable and stackable, the
Dolav Ace boxes fitted with drain plugs, assist quayside and ship’s hold
hoisting and crane lifting. Selected by a major UK-based fish processing plant
operating 24-7, the winchable Ace adds to its proven use for forklift stacking,
moving and tip-out empting. At 740mm high the Ace takes 620 litres, 900kg to
5,000kg maximum stack and is 38kg tare.
Speaking before the exhibition, Addy Bleijs, business development manager at Dolav Benelux said, “Our Dolav boxes have been developed for handling fish, fish product and fish by-product. They are widely used for fish handling, transport and storage so we are exhibiting for the third time at Seafood Expo to meet existing and new customers.”
Seafood Processing Global, 26-28 April 2016, Brussels, Belgium
Hall 4 Stand 6306
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