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CABKA_IPS offers one of the worldʼs most comprehensive portfolios of plastic pallets and large-volume pallet boxes. The CABKA Group can look back on several decades of recycling, development, and production expertise for plastics. More than 700 employees work at our eight locations in Europe and the United States to ensure that our products reach customers in more than 80 countries.
We offer ideas and solutions: In addition to lightweight export pallets and durable logistics pallets, we offer customers bespoke solutions that are specifically tailored to their unique logistics supply chain. As a second and independent line of business, CABKA develops and distributes eco-products. These are technical products for gardening, landscaping, construction, and transport.
Our plastic pallets are available with different material qualities, ranging from low-cost, recycled mixed plastic through to pure and food grade virgin material. We use recycled plastic as a more economically and ecologically sustainable option whenever the intended use allows for it.
We have taken on the recycling process ourselves at our production locations. We have been working in this very demanding field since our inception, and we have grown into Europe’s largest recycler of household packaging waste and industrial production scrap with subsequent material utilization. We even develop the products and build the tools in-house, in a joint effort with our customers. This very close collaboration allows us to also recycle the pallets at the end of their service life and use them again as raw material for future products, ensuring a closed-loop economy.
This is how we offer our clients high-performance products while protecting the environment at the same time. Our philosophy: The right material isn't always the most expensive but rather the one that will best and most economically meet the specific demands made on a product.