Laminates are generally transported on pallets. This pallet is then suitable for the long-term storage of the laminates.
Cardboard packaging is used for minimum quantities of laminate and for deliveries via courier service. We recommend unpacking the laminates after delivery.
Laminates must be stored in an enclosed and dry room in normal temperate environments. Once the original packaging is removed, the laminate must be stored on full-surface, horizontal protective boards.
Where horizontal storage is not possible, the laminate sheets should be stored at an angle of approximately 80°, in an inclined rack, providing support to the surface area and ends. Using a protective board of at least the same size format is required for this storage as well.
For more information please see "Transport, storage and handling" of our laminate processing instructions here.