• The Pallet as an Economic Indicator

      The lowly pallet was first developed in ancient Mesopotamia, as products were moved on a skid like device. The real development of pallets occurred in the 1930’s, as forklifts were first introduced into the workplace. While we think of pallets in the traditional form (wood), variations of plastic and steel have also found a

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  • Giving Back

    For more than 40 years Habitat for Humanity has been building homes around the world.  Their unique “sweat equity” model of providing housing for those less fortunate, has provided more than 800,000 units, on every continent but Antarctica.  As compared to the largest US home builders, (DR Horton, Pulte and others), Habitat for Humanity would

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