from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To store or move (freight, for example) by means of pallets.

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  • v. To place on a pallet or pallets.


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pallet +‎ -ize


  • Package and palletize product in accordance with product plans and work instructions.

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  • "We receive materials and parts from other places, weigh and measure it, palletize it and then load it on to the bird," he said. Current News - Top Stories

  • The crowds we palletize based on your team's colors.

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  • You might not get it immediately, but you will have confirmation they have it stored, and they will haul anything you can palletize.


  • Next, they will stack and palletize the boxes all the while counting and tagging the boxes with the correct client information.


  • Tait told FoodProductionDaily. com that the system can palletize at rates that would normally demand a number of dedicated employees being cycled through the job if it was a manual operation.

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  • "By using a high capacity vacuum approach the StrongPoint system can palletize heavy products at an implementation cost much lower than the traditional bottom supporting fork tools commonly used by other integrators," he continued.

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  • The systems can also bag and palletize products with the very finest grain size through to granules 4 millimeters in diameter and then package the finished products in bags with both open and sealed valves able to prevent leakage during transport.


  • With only a few hours notice, Airmen and soldiers at Bagram, successfully worked to palletize the humanitarian relief supplies and prepare them for the flight.

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