Customers who purchase PVpallet Series X can request to have their Heliene solar modules placed on the pallets as a part of the manufacturing process, eliminating the waste and cost often created by traditional wood pallets downstream.
“At Heliene, we believe that sustainable practices should be implemented throughout the full length of our process, from the purchase of the components incorporated into our modules to delivery of our products,” said Martin Pochtaruk, CEO of Heliene. “We’re proud to collaborate with a like-minded organization that enables us to continually strive to reduce our product’s carbon footprint, while providing the highest quality and service to our clients.”
Philip Schwarz, CEO of PVpallet, emphasized the significance of this partnership for the domestic solar industry, stating, “We are honored and proud to have the formal support of Martin and his forward-thinking team. Heliene is the first manufacturer to show an unwavering commitment to sustainability and waste reduction in their packaging options. This major development brings us one step closer to a more sustainable supply chain in the domestic solar industry.”
To ensure compatibility and reliability, Heliene has tested PVpallet Series X in-house with its solar modules. This extensive testing process guarantees a secure fit and provides enhanced protection for the modules during transit. PVpallet Series X offers several advantages over traditional wooden pallets including superior durability, partial load support, improved safety, product visibility and reduced risk of module damage during transit. These pallets can also be returned to Heliene for reuse on future orders, introducing a circular economy into solar module packaging and reducing costs associated with packaging waste.
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