Quick Pallet Maker

Calculate Multiple Boxes On a Pallet

Open a new document window starting from box on File > New Data Sheet > Start from Box.

Start from box

You are going to work with inches so make sure that the units are set to inches and pounds. If not, then change them on Tools > Units > in/lbs.

Enter the box dimensions and click the Add Box button or download the box list and copy and paste the data on the input window. Set a different color for each one for differentiation.
  • 31x5.25x20 in, amount 10, weight 2 lbs.
  • 9x4x17 in, amount 10, weight 2 lbs.
  • 9.5x4.75x14.5 in, amount 10, weight 3 lbs.
  • 9.5x4x15 in, amount 10, weight 2 lbs.
  • 15x4.75x16 in, amount 10, weight 3 lbs.

Choose the CHEP 48"x40" pallet from the Pallet Dimensions menu and changed the maximum load height to 60 inches on the Load Properties (including pallet) section.


Use the Calculate Multiple Boxes option from the Tools menu. Please note that this feature only works when a given amount has been assigned to the boxes.

Calculate multiple boxes

Once the calculation has been completed, you will see the pallet load on the Available Solutions window.


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