Reusable Packaging and Pallet News From Around the Web

Pallet and Reusable Packaging Headline Roundup From Around the Web September 21, 2017. Logistics supplier CHEP invests EUR 600,000 in pallet reconditioning line. CHEP in Romania. September 20, 2017. How Much Does Custom Packaging Really Cost? Blog post, not news. Doesn't answer the question but raises several of the variables to be considered … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News and Update

  Reusable Packaging News is the only monthly e-magazine dedicated to reporting the latest in pallet and reusable packaging trends and news. To subscribe, click on the link to a recent issue. To subscribe to the Reusable Packaging Update e-blast, follow this link. To subscribe to the Reusable Packaging News e-magazine, follow this … [Read more...]

Pallet, Container and Cargo Theft Update

    June 27, 2017, Suspects use forklift to lift pallets of Nike shoes. Warehouse door deliberately left unlocked, allowing for thieves to escape with the goods in Memphis TN. June 26, 2017, No End to Container Theft (Dutch). Reusable packaging theft remains a problem in the Netherlands, according to this report. Last week, two … [Read more...]

Packaging Revolution’s Reusable Pallet and Packaging Upcoming Events

Here is an international list of upcoming events that have significance for pallet and reusable packaging vendors, pooling providers and reusable program managers, depending upon relevant industry verticals. It is skewed more to the North American offerings (which we are happy to fix!) To add or update an event, please contact … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News, February 17, 2016

Welcome to the latest edition of Reusable Packaging News. In this issue, Rehrig Pacific announces its RVision Platform, and RPP Containers launches its DuraGreen Plastic Gaylord. RPA introduces its new Board of Directors while Kegstar and Woodruff make staffing announcements.  Read the Reusable Packaging News by clicking here. … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News, February 9, 2016

  Welcome to the latest edition of Reusable Packaging News. In this issue, Pallet buyers put pressure on pallet suppliers to demonstate quality assurance programs in place. David Lee to step down as CEO of PECO.  Read the Reusable Packaging News by clicking here. … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News, February 1, 2016

Welcome to the latest edition of Reusable Packaging News. In this issue, Polymer Logistics Announces the physical rollout of its wood grain RPC program with Walmart, IFCO announces new point of sale RPC merchandising tools, and the recycling industry starts its "Right to Reuse" campaign, aimed at changing the approach to product manufacturing to … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News, January 22, 2016

Welcome to the latest edition of Reusable Packaging News. In this issue, Polymer Logistics announces a new leader for its North American operations, Surgere discusses its new headquarters, we report on CHEP's utilization of Qlik, and more. Read the Reusable Packaging News by clicking here. … [Read more...]

Reusable Packaging News, January 16, 2016

  Welcome to the latest edition of Reusable Packaging News. In this issue, we announce Greystone's new plastic pallet deal with a pooling provider, CHEP Pallecon's achievement, a new sleeve pack from Goplasticpallets,com, and more. Read the Reusable Packaging News by clicking here. … [Read more...]

Roundup: Greystone to Supply Plastic Pallets to Pooling Provider, Aviation Industry Looks to Eliminate Air Pallet Damage

Aviation Industry Shoulders $300 Million Annual Repair Bill for Unit Load Devices There are almost one million unit load devices circulating in the aviation industry, and collectively, they cost the industry $300 million for repair. Another $100 million in damage relates to damage to aircraft on the ground from interaction with ULDs. About 60 … [Read more...]