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    Euro-Tauschpalette

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    I'm familiar with the term "euro pallets", but not with this one.
    Can anybody help - please?
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    Thank you!
    AuthorJulie07 May 08, 08:08
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    It means exchange pallet. The only thing that comes to mind is that when maufacturers deliver to a warehouse they get one empty pallet back for every full one they deliver.
    #1Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 May 08, 08:20
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    Super, thanks a million. I would then say "euro exchange pallet" or would you leave the "euro" out?
    #2AuthorJulie07 May 08, 08:21
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    As far as I know "Euro" stands for the norm (size) so you cannot leave it out.
    #3AuthorSternderl (429113) 07 May 08, 08:23
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    Sternderl beat me to it. Pallets come in all shapes and sizes, the furniture branch uses pallets that are 6 times larger.
    :)
    #4Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 May 08, 08:24
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    Thanks both of you!
    #5AuthorJulie07 May 08, 08:27
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    You mustn't leave "euro" out. The term "euro pallet" is coll. for a Europe wide standardised pallet. The relevant DIN standard (origin: German DIN standard) is DIN 15146 part 2 genormt. Size: 1200x800x144 mm. Made of fir, birch or maple wood. Also the number an pattern of nails and blanks are stadardised. Usually they are marked with a three logos "DB" (German Railway), "EUR" and "EPAL".
    #6AuthorAndreas diedic17 Jun 10, 09:52
     
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