With the current drive towards tackling air pollution and reducing the number of fossil fuel vehicles on our roads, there has been a big focus on designing more environmentally friendly delivery trucks.
But the idea behind Danload Stacking Systems is to take on a much more fundamental problem: making best use of the space within the vehicle itself and cutting down on journeys that way.
Many haulage companies haven’t been exploiting the full delivery capacity of their vehicles, although often through no fault of their own.
Danload’s solution was to create the Multistack HGV collapsible racking system
Our range now comprises five products – some rigid or semi-rigid – which can allow up to three part-pallets to be stacked in one pallet space.
These pallet stacking systems allow you to make the most of your fleet’s available space by enabling stacking of up to three part pallets in one pallet’s space.
By maximising space, your trucks will no longer need to leave the depot only part loaded.
Not only will you be able to provide fewer, fuller, smaller trucks and smarter routes but you will be able to offer your customers the competitive pricing edge.
The MultiStack range is the first of its kind and is already receiving excellent feedback having been trialed:
“We have been using the Danload MultiStack System for a while now and have several different models, used on a variety of loads to make full use of the space we have in our vehicles. It has helped us with being more efficient for our customers who wish to send that extra pallet of goods or something that is light in weight but just a little over size and can be loaded onto the top of the MultiStack so as not to damage any goods below by stacking on them.
A very well designed and made piece of equipment to help the haulier. Danload have listened to all of the requirements that hauliers need to overcome some of the difficulties they have. We thoroughly recommend them we will certainly be buying more.”
Nicky Amey Castledene Transport
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