Wooden core boxes are more commonly used in countries where natural resources of timber are readily available. Also led by the belief that no other kind of core tray can handle the sub-zero temperatures, they are widely used in colder climates such as Canada, Mongolia and Sweden.
Overall, wooden boxes are fundamentally a great product. It’s been used for years and possibly for more years to come. However, they’re defenseless against rotting and termites, and smaller-built people can have lighter trays to carry.
Plastic core trays are not new technology, but aside from having a proven track record of durability, it has evolved into more than a basic core sample container. More and more innovations are built into the plastic core tray that are eliminating entire sections of the downstream processes that in turn lead to savings in money and man-hours.
With the Pros vastly outweighing the Cons, it’s no surprise that the plastic core tray is steadily becoming the most predominant form of storing and transporting core across the globe.
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