The Areas Leader In Heat Treat Certification of Pallets for Export.

Best Pallets Inc provides the heat-treatment required for the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, ISPM #15.

New regulations  

Throughout the world, new rules applying to packaging material and transportation equipment are progressively being adopted. From now on, pallets, containers, and other wooden packing supplies used to export your products must comply with phytosanitary regulations. Currently Best Pallets is certified to Heat -treat pallets in accordance with the standards established by the ALSC (AMERICAN LUMBER STANDARDS COMMITTEE), and is confirmed by  Best Pallets HT Stamp that we apply to each pallet. This treatment and the ink used for the stamp meets the regulatory requirements of the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, ISPM #15.

An effective treatment

In order to supply products that comply with the new standards regarding wooden material used in packaging and transportation, Best Pallet  uses an effective heat  sterilization treatment on pallets. The treatment prevents the spreading of parasites, larvae, and fungus causing mildew, in addition to reducing the weight and humidity level of pallets.

Certified processes

All heat treated pallets are stamped with our heat treatment stamps and government issued IPPC#  that certify that they have  been  heat treated to a core temperature of 56 degrees Celsius (132.8 f) for a minimum of 30 minutes.

The Power of a Leader

Best Pallet  was one of the regions first to have its pallet manufacturing facility  certified as meeting all the  regulatory requirements of the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, ISPM #15 for the sterilization of new and used pallets. Best Pallet is also certified for the production and sale of sterilized precut wood used for packing and dunnage, and many other applications. As always Best Pallet continuously strives to bring its customers products that comply with the highest standards in the pallet and shipping industry.