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What is a Blue CHEP Pallet?

CHEP is a company that provides pallet and container pooling services to Indianapolis companies. CHEP is widely known for its Blue CHEP Pallets. CHEP pallets are blue and have their logo stenciled on the pallet. The blue color and logo make identifying a CHEP pallet easy. The size of a CHEP pallet is typically 48 x 40. CHEP pallet dimensions are the same as a standard size pallet. A CHEP pallet is constructed using blocks of wood and boards. This is known as a wood block pallet. CHEP pallets are designed for 2-way and 4-way entry.

CHEP Pallet Weight

A CHEP pallet weighs similar to a block pallet. A typically estimate for the CHEP pallet weight would be 60 pounds. Regular wood pallets are a little lighter at 40 pounds. The extra CHEP pallet weight provides some sturdiness to the pallet.

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Benefits of CHEP Pallets

CHEP blue pallets integrate into existing supply chains and are very durable. CHEP's Indianapolis service network collects CHEP pallets when they are lost or get diverted from the supply chain. Indianapolis companies that use a large number of pallets like to use CHEP pallets because they have many benefits. Some of the most recognized benefits of CHEP pallets are that they meet industry standards, are reusable and recyclable, and safe due to the durable construction.

Return CHEP Pallets in Indianapolis

If your Indianapolis company has CHEP blue pallets you can recycle them by entering the quantities of CHEP pallets on the recycle pallets form as well as your standard wood 48" x 40" pallets and a Indianapolis CHEP representative will contact you to have the CHEP blue pallets picked up.