The warehousing and logistics industry is a demanding one, moving its diverse commodity around individual sites and locations can be a time consuming business. For many years the industry has struggled to cope with pallet loads that require splitting in order to remove excess layers for storage or achieving acceptable pallet height for manual handling of the load.
B&B attachments have responded to many requests from our customers to provide a solution to this industry wide problem. LayerMaster from B&B allows a pallet to be quickly broken down or built up by clamping layers. LayerMaster ensures products are handled quickly and safely with the minimum or resources and overheads.
LayerMaster is unique in the way it clamps on all four sides of the product- which means a minimal pressure is required to hold the load. Where a number of different layer weights (or product types) are required to be handled, a special pressure valve can be supplied to select three different pressure ranges which can be set by our experienced engineers.
LayerMaster from B&B Attachments has revolutionised the way palletised loads can be handled. The system is now widely used throughout the fresh produce sector and can be seen at most major supermarket distribution centres. The speed and versatility of the patented system can help your business reduce time, labour, repetitive strain injury claims and significantly increase your safe working practices, productivity rate and bottom line.
Tradeteam Ltd is part of the world's largest logistics company, DHL, and is the UK’s leading drinks logistics business. Formed in 1995, its sole aim was to offer brewers, drinks brand owners and retailers cost savings through a number of tailored services.
The warehousing and logistics industry is a demanding one. Moving its diverse commodities around individual sites and locations can be a time-consuming business. For many years, the industry has struggled to cope with pallet loads that require splitting in order to remove excess layers for storage or achieving the acceptable pallet height for manual handling of the load.