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As a leading provider of crates, handling equipment, and packaging solutions, we handle over 9 million crates annually, supporting various industries such as removals, storage, food processing, distribution, retail, and fit out companies, solidifying our position as the top crate rental service provider across the UK.

Our Dedicated Service in Inverness

Our accomplished sales, account management, and customer support teams guarantee an industry-leading service with a track record of 99%+ customer satisfaction. Our team offers specialised expertise and tailored advice to cater to the unique needs of our Inverness customers.

We comprehend the distinct demands of our Inverness clientele, assisting them in selecting the ideal crate size and type while ensuring timely deliveries. Our standard delivery option ensures next-day delivery to any Inverness location. With over 100 staff members and a fleet of 29 vehicles, our robust operational infrastructure guarantees efficient and dependable deliveries throughout the city. Furthermore, our strategically positioned Inverness depots simplify customer collections.

Innovation at phs Teacrate, Inverness

At phs Teacrate, we've pioneered a distinctive barcoding system to elevate our service quality, enabling effortless tracking of your products from delivery to collection. Supported by extensive management reporting, crate tracking has never been more straightforward.

Experience round-the-clock support through Cratelink, our cutting-edge online crate management system. With Cratelink, you can modify orders, specify deliveries or collections, access historical data, and generate reports - all available whenever you need them.

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Our products

With crate capacities ranging from 25 to 165 litres, no job is too big or too small for phs Teacrate. We serve the needs of households and businesses undertaking home or office moves, re-organisations, refurbishments or complete relocations.

We offer rental and outright purchase options and complimentary custom logo branding. Our crates are manufactured with phs Teacrate owned equipment, from tough polypropylene and provide a high level of protection for contents. They may be stacked when full and nested when empty for space saving. All our crates are 100% recyclable at the end of their life, therefore fully adhering to the waste framework directive and helping the environment.

We have a wide range of RTP products to meet the requirements of the food and retails sectors as well as logistics operations across a range of industries. Our products include bale arm crates, plastic pallets and pallet boxes.  We also offer a full wash service where we collect, clean and return your food crates ready to use. We have the capacity to wash up to 400,000 crates every week.

Our accreditations

At phs Teacrate we are an Investor in People, a member of the British Association of Removers and holders of ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14000.

phs Teacrate are part of the phs Group, the leading UK workplace services provider.

phs Teacrate is dedicated to delivering exceptional crate rental services in Inverness and beyond.

Fun Facts about Inverness

1. Capital of the Highlands
Inverness is the capital city of the Scottish Highlands. It is situated at the northern end of the Great Glen and serves as a gateway to the stunning landscapes and historic sites of the region.

2. Nessie's Home
Inverness is located near the world-famous Loch Ness, known for its mythical creature, the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately called Nessie. Many visitors come to Inverness hoping to catch a glimpse of this elusive creature.

3. Historic Castle
Perched on a hill overlooking the city, Inverness Castle is an iconic landmark. While the current structure is relatively new, it sits on the site of earlier fortifications that played a crucial role in Scottish history.

4. Culloden Battlefield
Just outside of Inverness, you can find the Culloden Battlefield, the site of the infamous Battle of Culloden in 1746. It was the final confrontation of the Jacobite Rising and is now a preserved battlefield and visitor center.

5. Gateway to the Highlands
Inverness is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Highlands" due to its strategic location. From here, you can easily access stunning natural wonders like the Cairngorms National Park, the Isle of Skye, and the North Coast 500 route.

6. Highland Games
Inverness hosts the Northern Meeting, one of the most prestigious Highland Games events in Scotland. This annual gathering showcases traditional Scottish sports, music, and dancing, attracting competitors and spectators from around the world.

7. River Ness
The city is situated on the banks of the River Ness, which flows through the heart of Inverness. The river adds to the city's charm and offers opportunities for scenic walks, fishing, and even dolphin spotting.

8. Whisky Distilleries
Inverness is surrounded by numerous whisky distilleries, making it a haven for whisky enthusiasts. You can visit distilleries like Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, and Tomatin to learn about the whisky-making process and enjoy tastings.

9. Music and Festivals
Inverness is known for its vibrant music scene and hosts various festivals throughout the year, including the Inverness Music Festival and the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, attracting both local and international talent.

10. Highland Hospitality
Inverness is renowned for its warm Highland hospitality. Visitors can experience traditional Scottish hospitality at its finest in the city's cozy pubs, charming bed and breakfasts, and welcoming locals who are always happy to share their stories and traditions.