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World's best pallet control; You and 2ic

2ic Software puts you in control of your pallets and other pooled equipment through automated reconciliation and advanced reporting capabilities of our leading software solution; 2ic Pallets.

Reduce your costs and save time with 2ic Pallets.

2ic Pallets, as the only independent software solution to work across a variety of equipment suppliers, is the trusted choice for leading manufacturers, logistics companies and retailers around the world such as DHL, Coca-Cola, Woolworths and TNT.

With our expert knowledge of the pallet industry in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Asia, the team at 2ic Software are able to work with you to develop the optimum solution for your business. 

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2ic customers:  Star Track  |  Amcor  |  Culina  |  Coca-Cola

“This is a program that has been designed independently from the two major pallet suppliers in Australia and in my 12 years as a Pallet Controller it is the best and only software that I would recommend for use in pallet tracking.”
Mr David Hitchener, National Pallet Control Administrator, QRX. Customer since 2004.
Latest News

2ic Software Grows in Thailand

With a modern logistics infrastructure rapidly taking root in Thailand, there has been a convergent need for effective pallet control software. As a result, supply chain participants such as Makro and Unilever are increasingly turning to 2ic Pallets for assistance.

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A Pooling Shade of Grey

When leading Australasian pallet and logistics equipment rental company Loscam was preparing last year to enter the New Zealand market, it needed to broaden its “palette” with respect to what colour to paint its pallets.

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