July 7, 2020 (Irvington, NY): For the ninth year in a row, PECO Pallet was recognized for its ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability and selected as a Green 75 Supply Chain Partner by Inbound Logistics magazine. PECO is profiled in the June 2020 issue as one of the top 75 companies in supply chain sustainability.
PECO Pallet’s core business is built on a foundation of reusing and recycling pallets to reduce waste. As a North American leader in pallet pooling, PECO provides high-quality wood block pallets and sustainable shipping solutions for grocery and consumer goods manufacturers throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
PECO’s sturdy block pallets are built from responsibly forested timber and are constantly reused, repaired, and recycled. PECO cycles pallets an average of four times a year and carefully maintains them to prolong their useful life. PECO’s true four-way block pallets can also be stacked and transported more efficiently than conventional white wood stringer pallets, thus reducing fuel costs and emissions.
Joe Dagnese, President and CEO of PECO Pallet, said, “PECO Pallet is proud to be recognized once again as a leader in environmentally sustainable supply chain solutions. Companies who switch to PECO pooled pallets eliminate the waste, inefficiency, and safety problems associated with single-use pallets—and gain improved efficiency and long-term cost savings.”
Inbound Logistics’s G75 Green Supply Chain Partners highlights sustainability leaders in the logistics and transportation sector. The editors evaluate companies based on their measurable green results, sustainability innovation, continuous improvement, and industry recognition.
PECO Pallet provides millions of its red block pallets to major grocery and consumer goods manufacturers throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. PECO Pallet’s tremendous growth over the last decade reflects the company’s overall commitment to quality and service. PECO states that thanks to its superior pallets, customers experience less product damage, greater efficiency, improved safety, and significant cost savings. PECO is headquartered in Irvington, New York. For more information about PECO Pallet, visit pecopallet.com.