Palletless handling refers to a system of material handling that does not rely on pallets for supporting and moving goods. Instead of using pallets, the goods are directly placed on conveyors or other types of carriers for transportation. Palletless handling systems offer several advantages. Firstly, they can reduce the time and effort required for loading and unloading goods, as the goods are directly placed on the conveyor belt without the need for palletization. Secondly, they can improve efficiency by allowing for faster movement and sorting of goods. Finally, palletless handling systems can reduce the overall cost of logistics operations by eliminating the need for pallets, which can be expensive to purchase and maintain. Despite these advantages, palletless handling systems may not be suitable for all types of goods or logistics operations. Some types of goods may require additional support or protection during transportation, while others may be too heavy or bulky to handle effectively without pallets. Therefore, it is essential to consider the specific needs and characteristics of the goods and logistics operations before implementing palletless handling systems.