Cabka designs and manufactures pallets for various industries and activities, and has recently launched a range 100% dedicated to the chemical industry. Federico Grignoli, sales manager for Cabka Spain, tells us a little more about the company in anticipation of the 2024 edition of ALL4PACK Emballage Paris.

Cabka, palletisation open to all fields

At Cabka, we first of all emphasise our pioneering and inventive spirit,” says Federico Grignoli. We were the first to produce lightweight plastic pallets for the global transport of goods, offering the various markets an alternative to wooden load carriers.

We are convinced of the need to use ever more creative means to transform our plastic waste into a useful resource. To do this, innovation is and will always be at the centre of our concerns,” continues Grignoli.

The company designs and manufactures its pallets using different qualities of materials, ranging from low-cost recycled mixed plastics to homogeneous materials, “with the aim of using recycled plastics whenever the product allows,” says Federico Grignoli. This highlights Cabka’s concern to use the most sustainable material, both economically and ecologically, in order to offer true circularity.

A range entirely dedicated to the chemical industry

Cabka has a complete range of pallets for the chemical industry with unique design, dimensions and specifications to meet the challenges faced by the chemical industry today.

With the increasing use of plastic pallets in the chemical industry, Cabka has launched its Eco CP3 and Eco CP9 range, which are equivalent in every respect to the standard CP3 and CP9 wooden pallets. The only difference is that they are made of recycled plastic : “Our Eco CP3 and CP9 pallets are made from 100% recycled materials which are themselves 100% recyclable at the end of their life“, explains Federico Grignoli. Before underlining that this range would naturally be one of the main features of Cabka’s stand at the future 2024 edition of ALL4PACK Emballage Paris, which will be held from 4 to 7 November 2024 in Paris.

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