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Pallet Design in the 21st Century
Blacksburg VA, United States - 17th and 18th April 2012
Training / course

Who should attend: wood pallet suppliers and sales professionals, professionals responsible for pallet purchases, packaging engineers and pallet specifiers

Learn how pallet design and selection affects materials handling costs
Learn the fundamentals of stringer class pallet design and performance including both new and remanufactured wood pallets
Learn the fundamentals of block class pallet design and performance
Learn how to use Best Load® to design stringer class pallets
Instructor: Marshall S. White (CEO of White and Company)

17th and 18th April 2012

Thomas M. Brooks Forest Products Center, (1650 Tech Center Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24061

$500 members of Center for Unit Load Design $800 members of ISTA/MHIA/Pallet Profile Subscribers $900 Non-members Registration fee includes all course materials, CEU certificate, daily continental breakfasts, lunch, and refreshment breaks. Early Registration Deadline: March 16, 2012 (after deadline add $50)

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