Cell Tray for Sugarcane Seedling for sales

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Ningbo
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
10000 pc
Supply Capability:
10000000 pc/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Introduction:

Great for cut flower and vegetable transplants

1.With its large cells ;

2.made for growers who are looking to grow a larger transplant ;

3.Various size and colors to your choose ;

4.Difficult to destory ;

5.Easy to carry but with high quanlity .


Specifications:

Dimensions: 540 x 280mm

Cell top: 40 x 40 mm

Cell bottom: 20 x 20 mm

Depth of cell: 70 mm

Cell number: 6  x 12

Material: PS first grade

Color: black shiny

Thickness:1.5mm

Weight:250grams,+/-5g

Packing:59pcs/ctn

Carton size:57*29*55cm

Q'ty/40'HQ:951CTNS(56109PCS)



Feature:

- Special Orders are our speciality

We have many years experience in designing machines and molds, which grant us to manufacture qualified products with any special new design and different sizes.


- Large product capability

3 Tons per day and 100 Tons per month, we can provide any of them in a very short time.

 

- Qualified products

We use pure organic materials to produce high quality products, the tray is very flexible you can roll it and when you leave it on the table it just recovers the original form, cann't break easily even the workers handle it roughly. 

 

- Various thickness

We can offer thickness from 0.6mm-1.9mm, helping maximize the potential of different usages- disposable and multiple use. 

 

FAQ:

How to pack the product?

Good packing strategy

We provide good packing method, that's why we can put 85% more quantity in same container comparing other suppliers. We believe it's very economical for our customers to stay in business by keeping cost down. 


Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:link between crude oil and the production of plastics?
Carbon. Carbon is in common with crude oil and plastics. Crude oil is the feedstock for the plastics industry, as well as the pharmaceutical industry, not to mention the fuels industry. Carbon is found in crude oil and carbon is literally the backbone of plastics. Plastics exist because carbon atoms can bond with themselves to make long chains of carbon atoms which are necessary for the production of plastic.
Q:What were uses for plastic?
Plastic is an adjective meaning able to be molded. Clay can be considered to be a plastic material. This means that plastics have been around for many centuries. Check out BASF's website. This will give you some idea as to what is happening today.
Q:recycling: putting various plastics in?
If the plastic doesn't have a symbol (#1 through #7), it will probably be thrown away when it gets to the processing center. One of the reasons that recycling costs so much and isn't free (a common remark among recyclers) is that people must be paid to pull out things that aren't recyclable from the tons of plastics that arrive at processing centers daily. This isn't always done by hand, of course, but many recyclers will just chuck everything into their bins even if the processing center doesn't want it. If your recycling center says they will accept all plastic no matter if it's marked or not, put it in your recycling bin. If the recycling center says #1 - #5 plastics only, then don't put in anything that isn't marked. Plastics are recycled according to their contents, and the #1 - #7 tells the processing center what to do with that particular plastic. Bottom line? It isn't bad, but if the recycling center says they don't want unmarked plastics, then it will just get thrown away.
Q:Where can I recycle hard plastics?
At your neighborhood recycling center________________Maybe try looking in the phone book for the number of a company that comes and picks them up
Q:What is plastic from?
difficult point. do a search over search engines like google. that might help!
Q:After plastic surgery?
extremely tough thing. research at yahoo. this could actually help!
Q:I was just wondering, what you have done to use less plastics?
I have bought glass jars to put leftovers in instead of using Tupperware or Rubbermaid stuff. I also bought glass jars to store my rice, flour, sugar, pastas and other foods in. I try to buy products that are not in plastic to begin with. I can get jelly in glass jars, but not peanut butter, darn it. I will also wash these glass jars and use for food storage. I don't buy meat in plastic containers anymore. I am buying milk in cardboard packages now too. I got rid of our plastic cups and glasses and only use glass glasses. I don't use plastic plates either. I found an initial cost going and buying glass items, but once you have them they will last a lot longer than plastic and I think it is much healthier for us. Good luck with your venture. The less plastic in this world the better.
Q:Is polylactide (7PLA) plastic safe?
Polyactide plastic is corn plastic, and it is biodegradable. As far as I can tell, it is not a plastic to which phthalates are added, making PLA a safe plastic.
Q:Plastic with recycling #7
The number 7 symbol on plastics is not a specific type of plastic. Numbers 1 to 6 tell you what type of plastic it is. Number 7 means 'other' - i.e. it doesn't fit into groups 1 to 6. It could be anything. The only way to find out exactly what is in the plastic is to contact the manufacturer, although they may not be completely forthcoming about what's in there! Added on Aug 6th: Finally, Miz Pearle - someone else on here making sense!
Q:what happens to plastic?
it usually ends up killing a fish or two, why?

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range