• Edwin Lawton Limited
    Pallet & Case Makers


Edwin Lawton has had an excellent reputation for quality and service, at a competitive price within the packaging industry for almost 100 years.

Moses Hall & Sons took over Edwin Lawton Limited in 1948, although the business existed long before that, going back to the late 19th Century, as a Cooperage making casks. Peter Hall joined the Company in 1965 as Tea Boy and apprentice cooper. He has gone on to become sole proprietor since 2013 and is the last of the original family members to carry the business forward.

  • Edwin Lawton can provide a wide selection of new wooden pallets in many different sizes to suit any requirement.

ISPM 15 (Heat Treatment)

We are certified to supply wooden packaging which complies with ISPM15 Regulations (Heat Treated).

What benefits does this mark provide?

Wood packaging manufacturers in the UK who make or repair pallets, crates or boxes may supply these products to companies involved in exports. Subsequently the packing will therefore be used for goods shipped overseas and some of it will be used for goods shipped back to the UK. If this wood packing material cannot be easily identified as having originated in the UK, it would have to be liable to some sort of remedial treatment such as fumigation, heat-treatment, re-exported or even destroyed at the importer’s expense. Further information (including participating countries) can be obtained from the Forestry Commission’s website: www.forestry.gov.uk/planthealth