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Stacking, nesting and foldable boxes

In order to have a more efficient logistics, the multiple phases of transport can be optimized. These interventions regard both shipment strategies but also a good selection of the containers used for the service. Choosing space-saving containers allow you to take advantage of empty transport to move other goods. We offer stackable, interlocked and foldable container solutions. The transport of empty boxes is a cost for shippers and end users and an ecological cost.

Foldable and empty stackable containers as a space-saving solution

KRONOS

Foldable and empty stackable containers as a space-saving solution

foldable boxes

  • volume reduction of up to 75%
  • robust overlay edge
  • exterior ribbed walls
  • Euro pallet sizes compatible

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DELTA

Space Saver DELTA

stackable containers

  • 70% reduction in volume
  • trunk-conical structure
  • stackable at full-load
  • two – flaps separate or hinged lids

MINERVA

stackable containers MINERVA

stackable containers

  • 60% reduction in volume
  • trunk-conical structure
  • stackable at full-load
  • walls and/or closed or perforated bottom

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Optimize transport with iMilani’s space-saving container solutions

Take advantage of the return journey to bring a new load instead of traveling with the vacant vehicle, optimizing the resources available and minimizing waste. An easy goal to achieve with our aerospace container solutions. Available with and without a lid.

In the version with the two-flap lid you can stack DELTA boxes and interlock them. Stacking with the lids open ensures geometrical consistency of the battery of boxes. With the separate or hinged two-flap lids, the box can be fastened shut with dedicated seals as well as with commercially available nylon ties.

MINERVA series containers have an asymmetrical wall geometry. This characteristic means that, without having to use the lid, you can create a stack when they are empty or when they are full by simply rotating the box by 180°; they can thus be nested when empty or stacked when full when the separate lid is used, however, stacking of the full box does not require any rotation.