Containers are color-coded to negate language barriers.

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Ship Shape(TM) containers, offered in 16 standard colors and various custom colors, provide color-coded system for identification of containers and contents. Rotationally molded in one piece, seamless containers are colored throughout to retain color-coding even if scratched or scuffed. Able to safely accommodate up to 1,500 lbs, containers nest five- to seven-high when empty and can nest or stack higher in storage. Models are offered with 2- or 4-way fork entry.



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Color-Coded Bulk Containers Promote Instant Product Identification



Ship Shape(TM) Containers Eliminate Written Language Barrier

Containers Match Color Of Contents, Speed Retrieval From Storage

Saddle Brook, NJ: Rugged Ship Shape(TM) containers from material handling product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co., Saddle Brook, New Jersey, are offered in 16 standard colors and in virtually any custom color to enable material handling, packaging, shipping and warehousing professionals to create a color-coded system for identifying containers and their contents. Available in red, white, blue, yellow, green, black, orange and other colors, the color-coded Ship Shape containers permit production workers to quickly locate desired containers visually, negating written language barriers, minimizing the potential for confusion and ensuring the proper containers are loaded and shipped.

The versatile Ship Shape containers may be colored to match the contents inside, a company color or to suit another tracking system. Rotationally molded in one piece, the seamless Ship Shape containers are colored throughout to retain their color-coding even if scratched or scuffed.

Seven different Ship Shape containers are available to ship and store virtually anything from dry, bulk chemicals and pharmaceuticals to plastic resins, machined parts, packaging closures, metal waste chips and other non-regulated products. Safely accommodating up to 1,500 lbs., the containers nest five- to seven-high when empty and can nest or stack even higher in storage. Both two and four-way fork entry are offered.

For more information, contact John J. Pape, 535 N. Midland Avenue, Saddle Brook, NJ, 07663; 1.800.829.3230; FAX 201.796.5820; jack@modroto.com; http://modroto.com/materialhandling/shipshape.htm.

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