With a yearly handling of over 9 million crates, we stand as the foremost provider of crates, handling equipment, and packaging products. Our support spans various sectors including removals, storage, food processing, distribution, retail, and fit-out enterprises, cementing our position as the premier crate rental service provider across the UK market.
Devoted Services across Scotland
Leveraging our proficient sales, account management, and customer support teams, we offer an industry-defining service that guarantees customer contentment. Our proven track record showcases consistently high customer satisfaction scores exceeding 99%, with our team's expertise extending to tailored advice and knowledge to meet each customer's distinct needs.
Recognizing the distinct requirements of our Scotland-based clientele, we assist in identifying the ideal crate size and type, perfectly aligned with their specific demands, alongside ensuring punctual deliveries. Our standard delivery choice assures next working day arrival to any Scotland destination. With a resilient operational foundation comprising over 100 dedicated personnel and a fleet of 29 vehicles, we ensure effective and dependable delivery services across the nation. Additionally, our strategically positioned depots in Scotland facilitate convenient customer collections.
Innovation at phs Teacrate, Scotland
To elevate our service caliber, we've pioneered an exclusive barcoding technology. This innovation enables the effortless tracing of your items, seamlessly monitoring them from their initial delivery to their ultimate collection. Supported by an array of accessible management reports, this system simplifies the tracking of your crates to the utmost degree.
phs Teacrate gives you full support 24 hours a day via Cratelink, a market leading online crate management system. This allows you to amend an order, specify deliveries or collection, access historical information and produce reports.
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.
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 Scotland and beyond.
1. Castles Galore
Scotland is famous for its numerous castles, each with its own unique history and charm. From iconic landmarks like Edinburgh Castle to lesser-known gems like Eilean Donan Castle, there are over 2,000 castles scattered across the country.
2. Tartan Tradition
Scotland is renowned for its traditional tartan patterns. Each clan has its own distinctive tartan, representing their heritage and identity. Tartan is often worn during special occasions and is a symbol of Scottish culture.
3. Loch Ness and the Monster
Loch Ness, located in the Scottish Highlands, is world-famous for its mythical creature, the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as "Nessie." The legend of Nessie has captured the imaginations of people around the globe.
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Scotland is synonymous with whisky production. The country boasts over 100 whisky distilleries, producing a wide variety of single malts and blends. Visitors can explore whisky trails and indulge in tastings to experience Scotland's whisky heritage.
5. Bagpipes and Highland Games
Bagpipes are a traditional Scottish musical instrument often associated with the country's rich heritage. The Highland Games, held throughout Scotland, showcase traditional sports like caber tossing, hammer throwing, and tug-of-war, accompanied by the stirring sounds of bagpipe music.
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7. Nessie's Rival
Loch Lomond, located near Glasgow, is the largest inland body of water in Great Britain. It is often considered Loch Ness's rival in terms of beauty and attracts visitors with its tranquil setting and opportunities for water sports.
8. Hogwarts Inspiration
The enchanting landscapes of Scotland, particularly the Glenfinnan Viaduct and the Hogwarts-like architecture of Edinburgh, served as inspiration for J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Fans can explore these magical locations and discover the real-life counterparts of their favorite wizarding world settings.
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10. Festivals and Celebrations
Scotland is renowned for its vibrant festivals and celebrations. The Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's largest arts festival, takes place annually in August, attracting artists and performers from all disciplines. Other notable events include Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) celebrations and the Highland Games held throughout the summer.