January 16, 2020 – Just after a year since introducing the new European pallet B1208A in Italy, the new unit is recording very positive results, according to an Italian press report.

Against more than 1.5 million pallets placed, the defects of the top deck are reduced by more than 50%, the equivalent to 500 less trees used every year and with a significant reduction in rework, ergonomic risks and accidents, with a consequent optimization of resources.

The new B1208A pallet is a more robust platform that offers greater quality and safety, as well as greater durability, maintaining the same dimensions and tolerances so as not to compromise operations in the supply chain and in automatic warehouses.

This new design increases the material covered surface to 90.6%, reducing the potential risk of damage to packaging.

The distribution of this new pallet confirms CHEP’s commitment in the concrete application of the Brambles Group’s sustainability strategy and in achieving its sustainability objectives for 2020.

The new European pallet was launched in November 2018. We first reported on the new pallet’s introduction in 2019.

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