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Pre-cut Pallet Lumber | Pallet Boards | Pre-Cut Pallet Stock
We thought it would be selfish to keep our pre-cut pallet lumber and pallet stock all to ourselves. At Troymill, we’re happy to provide high quality Hardwood and Pine Pallet Stock to the Pallet and Wood-Packaging Industry. With both bandsaws and gang saws, Troymill can make nearly any cut you can think of. We’re happy to provide material by the unit or the truckload – no order is too large! Come take advantage of our state-of-the-art cutting facility!
- Reliable source of high quality pallet pre-cut
- Runner/Stringer stock from 7/8″ to 8″ thick (typical sizes are 1-1/8, 1-1/4, 1-3/8)
- Low-Profile Runners (1 x 2-1/2) available as well
- Board stock from 3/8″ and up
- We can cut any size you need – don’t be shy – give us a call!
- Heat Treatment, Bark Free for Export Needs (IPPC/ISPM-15)
- Large and small volume orders
Here’s What to Know About Pallet Boards
When it comes to ordering shipping boards for your operations, it’s important to know that there are two main types: lumber pallet boards and plastic shipping boards.
So the use of plastic has risen in the past several decades, pallet boards have remained the preferred choice for shipping and product transportation.
When crafted well because this pre-cut pallet lumber is a strong and sturdy shipping container. That’s why millions of businesses rely on hardwood pallets every day as part of their shipping and handling operations.
Pallet boards, also called pallet stock or pallet planks, are made from lumber that is cut, shaped, and finished in order to act as a shipping container. Because these pallet boards are used to transport heavy loads, the lumber needs to be high quality. It’s a misconception that pallet stock lumber is “scrap” wood. In fact, it’s much the opposite. Pallet lumber needs to be sturdy and up to the task of carrying heavy loads.
If you’ve considered using pre-cut pallet lumber boards, you’re making a smart choice. But why the aversion to plastic boards versus lumber?