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ORBIS AROS® automated system containers were designed for use in today’s mini-load systems to cost-efficiently standardize unit loads. They are ideal for split case picking, ORBIS all-plastic containers are designed for minimal deflection and will work with a variety of insertion and extraction equipment. Smooth, straight walls for maximum cubic capacity and dimensional consistency for repeatable performance in mini-load systems. These plastic mini-load containers are fully recyclable at the end of their service life. *Please note that ORBIS publishes the specifications for this product line in inches, but the model name does not correspond to inches. This system was designed on a metric footprint and the model name reflects this.

  • 600mm x 400 mm footprint
  • High cubic capacity
  • Molded in features for automated insertion and extraction
  • Recessed label areas for bar coding
  • Reinforced bottom prevents deflection
  • Closed handle
  • Welded, reinforced, or smooth bottom styles available
  • Specifications listed are for welded/closed handle version

Download our AROS® for Automated Storage Applications Guide for more info!


Outside Top Length Mm 600
Outside Top Width Mm 400
Outside Bottom Length Mm 600
Outside Bottom Width Mm 400
Inside Top Length Mm 568
Inside Top Width Mm 373
Inside Bottom Length Mm 558
Inside Bottom Width Mm 363
Total Container Height Mm 300
Product Clearance Mm 281
Weight Kg 3.2
53 Trailer Qty 1200


Welded Bottom

Smooth Bottom

Ribbed Bottom

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