Pallet Lid

If you are looking for a secure, versatile and cost-effective method of securing the load on a pallet with no banding or stretch wrap, then the Loadhog pallet lid may be the perfect solution for you.

This robust pallet lid securing solution, with retractable straps and an integrated tensioning mechanism, creates quick waste-free pallet security.

Loadhog Pallet Lid vs. traditional method

Loadhog pallet lid …

Increased vehicle fill up to 40%* – When used in conjunction with the pally, this system provides a better footprint than a roll cage. *Applicable to a 40 ft trailer

Time/Labour Saving – On average takes only 20 seconds to secure a four-strap lid vs two to three minutes for a stretch wrap machine.

Eco-Friendly – No stretch wrap required, no consumable packaging and less time spent securing the load. The Loadhog pallet lid is cleaner and friendlier in every way.

Complete Removal of Stretch Wrap and Banding – The Integrated strap increases ease and speed of securing a load.

Load Variants – Able to secure various container and other packaging solutions in the market.

This robust pallet lid securing solution, with retractable straps and an integrated tensioning mechanism, creates quick waste-free pallet security.

Accessories & Options available are

Tamper Proof Security – Ratchet the straps tight and secure with seals to retain maximum security.

Custom Straps – Customise your lid with branded straps and edit the text to suit your requirements.

Glass packaging systems for bottles

LoadHog who are located in Sheffield in the UK, has been pioneering the development and supply of modern glass packaging systems for bottles. The Loadhog’s plastic layer pad, know as SmartPads, have shown to be the safest, most cost-effective method of packing beer and wine glass and transporting tall pack pallets for both the producer and the filler.

Since the launch, LoadHog has found new applications for the layer pad within the canned goods industry. The waved edge profile encourages bottles and cans to migrate towards the centre of the pad during transit and other movements. The improved stability allows for additional layers of glass and cans per pallet, reducing transport requirements and associated costs.

Using SmartPads helps greatly with pallet stability for glass bottles, with the packaging being optimised while, in some cases, eliminating horizontal banding requirements. Consequently, bottle loss is reduced dramatically. Shepherd Neame, an English independent brewery for over 300 years, is one of our oldest Smartpad customers; reports zero bottles fall from their line since the system was adopted.