PALLITE®’s COVID-19 Statement

PALLITE®’s COVID-19 Statement

We at PALLITE® want to reassure our loyal customers and stakeholders that we are doing our utmost to operate our business at full capacity, whilst keeping the health and safety of our workforce at the centre of everything we do.

In line with government guidelines we have made the following changes:

Increased hygiene measures on site

Restricted all internal and external visitors to site

Increased use of virtual meetings with our workforce, customers and suppliers

Ensured our workforce understand and follow the NHS guidelines for self-isolation

Worked with our raw material suppliers & hauliers to minimise risk of disruption

Increased social distancing in place at factory. Two-person jobs now single-person, only irrespective of any reduction in output

We are actively monitoring the situation and published guidance from the NHS, WHO and the government.

Our sales team remain available and willing to support our customers and their supply chains through these uncertain times.

We are currently operating ‘business as usual’ and are capable of shipping high volumes of standard products such as pallets and layer boards at short notice if needed.


PALLITE®’s quality packaging has won awards for its innovative design and uniquely protective capabilities. So it isn’t surprising that we are a trusted supplier to many clients in the automotive sector, who rely on us to ensure valuable parts and components are protected throughout their supply chain journey.

Our success in this industry can be attributed to our attention to detail, our high standards of quality and care, and to the fact that we work hard to understand our customers’ market and their individual needs.

The automotive industry is changing rapidly. Progress is inevitable, but change is likely to happen faster and be more dramatic in the next decade than ever before. Products, processes and markets are developing more rapidly than many expected, and we don’t yet know what impact new innovations like autonomous vehicles are likely to have on the society and industry of tomorrow.

Today’s consumers are increasingly environmentally-conscious, and demand higher standards of sustainability from companies with which they do business. Demand for less-polluting vehicles like pure electric and plug-in hybrids is outpacing that of traditional petrol and diesel models, and manufacturers are under pressure to maximise efficiencies in their manufacturing processes and supply chains to reduce their carbon footprint. Vehicles are being adapted for maximum reuse, recycling and recovery, with the target zero waste.

The automotive supply chain is incredibly complex; it is highly-integrated and functions worldwide. In these uncertain times, it is vital that all members of the chain work together to tackle the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, with each of us taking responsibility for leading expertise in our individual field. After all, as Henry Ford himself once said: “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

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