Plastic recycling specialist Cabka-IPS will be presenting its innovative solutions for the sustainable and economical transport of goods at LogiMAT 2020, the leading trade fair for intralogistics (March 10-12, Stuttgart, Germany). Visitors can get a first look of the latest generation of the collapsible large load carrier CabCube as well as the light and robust chemical pallets CP3 and CP9 in Hall 6, Booth C21.
At LogiMAT, Cabka-IPS will be presenting the third generation of its successful, collapsible large load carrier, the CabCube 3.0. The CabCube is made from recycled household packaging waste and is thus particularly sustainable. The injection molding process used for production makes the load carrier extremely robust and durable. The CabCube is designed for a wide variety of supply industries and is particularly suited for the distribution and storage of high volumes and light parts.
The empty container can be collapsed down to a fraction of its original size, thus saving space and costs on the return transport. The latest generation of the CabCube includes several models with various dimensions and varying maximum filling weights, cover specifications, or different bottoms with feet or runners. This platform system allows users to select the container that best suits their requirements.
Another highlight at the trade fair booth of Cabka-IPS are the new chemical pallets Eco CP3 and Eco CP9. These are primarily designed for the transport of chemical goods, but they are also practical for many other applications and industries. The pallets are container-optimised, and the innovative design makes them very light yet very robust and impact-resistant. They are manufactured environmentally friendly from recycled plastic. The Eco CP3 is a 1,140 x 1,140 millimeter three-runner pallet with a weight of about 12.5 kilograms. It is designed for a dynamic load of 1,400 kilograms. The 14-kilogram Eco CP9 is even more stable than the Eco CP3 due to its six runners. Its design makes it particularly suitable to block stacking, as the support frame optimally distributes the weight over the load underneath.