If you’re looking for a firm that supplies or manufactures pallets, or does both, this post is for you. In it, we’ve featured 10 top pallet companies in Wisconsin.
B&B Pallet Company is Milwaukee’s one-stop shop for your pallet, hardwood, and softwood needs. They’ve been around since 1980 and have built a name for top-tier delivery and logistics services alongside the (obviously) excellent pallets. B&B Pallet Company is open from 7-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on weekends.
B&B Pallet Company offers six primary services: pallet manufacturing, heat treatment, recycling, drop trailers, dock sweeps and cleanup, and scrap pallet removal. In other words, they offer everything pallet-related you could need, from start to finish. No more cleanup and offloading dozens of pallets – just call B&B, and they’ll handle it all.
Swing by B&B Pallet Company’s contact page to learn more.
De Pere, Wisconsin, is home to Tower Pallet Company. This business is over fifty years in the making and has grown from an old schoolhouse to a massive 25,000-foot facility. They offer pallet manufacturing and design alongside international shipping that follows industry-best standards. Tower Pallet Company is open from 6-3 p.m. Monday-Thursday, from 6-12 p.m. on Fridays, and closed on weekends.
While the primary service that Tower Pallet Company offers its clients is more related to design than supply, they have a massive facility for a reason. Whether you need custom-made pallets for a specific job or en-masse shipment of hardwood and softwood pallets, Tower Pallet has built a framework to make getting started effortless.
Go to Tower Pallet Company’s contact page to reach out.
Beloit’s Avid Pallet Services is yet another top-rated Wisconsin-based pallet company. Avid’s dedication to environmental sustainability sets them apart from many of its competitors. They have an in-house wood recycling setup and have committed to ensuring each scrap is used to its greatest potential. Avid Pallet is open from 6-2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Every ounce of leftover wood waste from Avid is reused and redirected to the local mulching industry. Beyond their dedication to the sustainability of the environment, though, Avid has one distinguishing feature – their machinery. One of their industrial manufacturing machines can create an industry-first – ten-foot-long pallets, enabling the storage and transportation of (quite literally) double the cargo.
Head to Avid Pallet Services’ contact page to learn more.
Highland, Wisconsin’s Tri-Star Pallets is a simple pallet and skid manufacturer. Like others in this list, they’ve dedicated themselves to environmental sustainability by recycling old pallets and scrap into landscaping mulch. They specialize in recycling and manufacturing new pallets and are open from 9-5 p.m. Sunday-Friday.
Tri-Star offers three grades of pallet – A1 (top-tier), A (middle-ground), and grade B (recycled or remanufactured). Additionally, customers can acquire two-way and four-way pallets, stringers, wings, top and base decks, mulch, and remanufactured pallets. This all goes to say that they offer all you could need in a nicely wrapped (eco-friendly) package.
Head to Tri-Star Pallets’ contact page to get in touch.
PalletOne is a New London-based pallet manufacturing and recycling service. They offer a broad range of pallets made for chemical transport, food-safe storage, and more. Additionally, PalletOne has a large stock of recycled pallets for eco-conscious buyers, along with a pallet buyback and pickup program for recycling. PalletOne is open from 8-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on weekends.
As mentioned above, PalletOne has a massive selection of industry-specific pallets. Whether you need specialized equipment (such as ISPM 15 or HT pallets), mulch and other processing byproducts, or a few simple pallets, PalletOne is an excellent choice. And should you find yourself in need of shipping, design, standardization, or other warehouse-related solutions, PalletOne can help you there, too.
Swing by PalletOne’s contact page to reach out.
The next shop on our list, Logical Logistics, is a Brookfield local pallet supplier. This family-owned business is relatively new, having opened its doors in 2015 – though that’s not to say they’re slouches. Logical Logistics is your one-stop shop for all things pallet-related, and they’re available from 7-3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 6-10 a.m. on Fridays.
Obviously, Logical Logistics offers a broad selection of pallets in various (standard) sizes. Their other services, though, aren’t to be ignored. Whether you need pallet removal, raw pallet lumber, TMS software solutions, logistics and supply chain management, or drop trailer solutions, Logical Logistics has its hands in just about every aspect of the industry.
Go to Logical Logistics’ contact page to get in touch.
Wisconsin Pallets is a longstanding pallet supplier that’s been in operation in Lena, Wisconsin, since 1982. They offer a large selection of pallets, boxes, and crates, along with numerous secondary and tertiary services to help control your warehouse. Wisconsin Pallets is open from 6-2 p.m. Monday-Thursday and is closed Friday-Sunday.
Beyond the obvious answer of “they supply pallets,” what does Wisconsin Pallets offer its clientele? They specialize in pallet repair, logistics, and manufacturing, though they also provide plastic pallets, custom orders, and logistics setups to streamline your workflow and improve productivity.
Swing by Wisconsin Pallets’ contact page to learn more.
Badgerland Pallet Recycling is a New Franken-based pallet supplier, manufacturer, and recycler. They first opened their doors in 2015 and have built a veritable empire in the years since, acquiring both Hansen’s Pallet Inc. and Joy Wood Products in the past seven years. Badgerland Pallet Recycling is available from 7-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on weekends.
Badgerland offers four main “styles” of service: recycling, manufacturing new and used (recycled) pallets, logistics management, and secondary products that are a byproduct of their manufacturing, such as animal bedding and mulch. Ultimately, there is very little that Badgerland can’t do – so give them a call today.
Go to Badgerland Paller Recycling’s contact page to get in touch.
9. J&B Pallet
J&B Pallet is a longstanding name in Lake City with over 30 years of experience under its belt. They’re fully authorized for on-site consultation, sorting, cleanup, and repair, and are certified to handle both CHEP and PECO materials. J&B Pallet is open from 8-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on weekends.
J&B Pallet offers quite a few services. While pallet manufacturing is the name of the game, they offer custom-sized, heat-treated, and recycled pallets. Perhaps more importantly, though, J&B ensures incredibly speedy delivery and pickup of new and old pallets alike. If you want to get your job site cleaned up, organized, and efficient, there are few choices better than J&B Pallet.
Head to J&B Pallet’s contact page to reach out.
And finally, we make it to our last entry – Outagamie County’s Fox Valley Wood Products. While there are many things we could say to emphasize how professional this outfit is, there’s one thing that says more than anything else – they are a winner of the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year award. Fox Valley Wood Products is open from 6-2:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 6-12 p.m. on Fridays.
Fox Valley has an awe-inspiring scope of operations. With a 5-acre property and multiple warehouses, they’ve built perhaps the best manufacturing operation in the state. From pallets (custom or standard) to crates, boxes, machinery skids, and more, they have everything you need to ensure your operation runs at maximum efficiency and crushes deadlines left and right.
Go to Fox Valley Wood Products’ contact page to get in touch.