As a retailer or business owner, you may find that plastic crates are used for a variety of applications across various areas of production and handling. There are many types of plastic crates available, in this blog we will explore the different kinds of plastic crates we stock at AB Handling, and the ways in which they can be used.
Types of plastic crates we provide
At AB Handling we provide a range of grocery crates & trays which are crafted using food-grade polypropylene, and available in a range of colours and sizes to suit all kinds of applications. All of our grocery crates & trays are lightweight, robust and easy to clean. That way, you can be sure to provide the best service to all your customers, relying on high quality equipment at all times.
Our stacking and nesting grocery crates are ideal for storing and delivering a variety of grocery products. These are ideal for home delivering groceries to your customers or when transporting larger amounts of products at any given time. Check out our Stackable Grocery Crates.
Ideal for bakeries, our ventilated bread trays are just the ticket for storing, transporting and delivering bread and bakery items. These crates can be used when storing your freshly baked goods, perfect for bakery stock and handling and can be stored on top of each other using the retractable stackable handles. The trays nest at a 90 degree angle for compact storage. Check out our Stackable Bread Trays and our Bakery & Meat Trays, pictured below.
We also offer our ever-popular milk crates, which can be used for storing and transporting bottles of different sizes, safely and efficiently. If you're looking for specific bottle crates, we also supply a wide range of plastic milk crates which can hold milk bottles in a variety of shapes and different sizes. Check out our classic Milk Crate, our Tall Bottle Carry Crate and even our handy Plastic Bottle Carrier.
If you have any further questions or simply need some advice regarding an order, contact us today with our quick and secure Contact Form on our website. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com or give us a call on 01698 311080.