The lightest in their class
The most versatile range
Resistance at the purest state
Conceived to stay clean
Avoid damages due to static electricity
Modular storage systems and boxes tailored to your needs
Plastic containers are developed to respond to different types of logistical applications; there are multiple product categories and configurations.
Today, plastic containers or pallet boxes are the option of choice for most users for transporting, handling and storing many kinds of bulk products. Over the years, plastic containers or pallet boxes have demonstrated their countless advantages, including their outstanding durability, high resistance and hygiene.
There are different models of plastic containers or pallet boxes in our catalogue, which have been developed to respond to different applications. Therefore, there is no universal product that is efficient and convenient for all uses. Each requires a different container depending on requirements and needs.
At Naeco we have two ranges of plastic containers, which aim to respond to different uses that we have discovered throughout our experience:
Perforated or open containers have small openings on one or various walls of the inside of the container. As well as making the container lighter, these openings facilitate air flow through the goods inside, ventilating the product correctly.
Perforated or open containers are often used in applications in which ventilation is an important factor (fruit, vegetables, etc.) or in cases in which the external walls are not important given that as the weight is lower, it is a lower-cost model than closed versions.
There are numerous applications in which the product being transported may leak liquid or fluid (meat, fish...) and it is vital to prevent these liquids from spilling along the entire product distribution chain. For this, completely closed and smooth containers are ideal, as they can contain even completely liquid products with no risk of spilling, as the plastic is watertight.
Thanks to the advantages of containers or pallet boxes being produced in plastic (usually virgin), they can come into direct contact with foods, and once emptied, can be washed as they are watertight.
As such, these containers are occasionally used for transporting mineral elements, such as sands or fibres, as they are highly resistant during the transportation of heavy loads and facilitate bulk emptying and filling operations.