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CHEP is a global provider of supply chain solutions serving the consumer goods, fresh food, beverage, manufacturing and retail sectors in more than 60 countries. Our supply chain solutions are a collection of powerful tools that leverage our end-to-end supply chain expertise to help customers become more efficient, save money and reduce their environmental footprint. Our solutions include Platform Management, Store Fulfillment Solutions, Unsaleables Reduction, Packaging Performance Testing, Unit Load Optimization, Environmental Sustainability, Product Damage Reduction, Value Stream Mapping and Transportation Solutions. 95% of CHEP customers that utilize our Value Stream Mapping capability identify 12 or more areas where they can be more efficient. In fact, over the past two years, consumer goods companies that collaborated with CHEP to optimize their supply chains generated more than $60 million in savings and new revenue, and eliminated more than 4.3 million empty truck miles and 16.2 million pounds of CO2 from their transportation networks. Our innovative solutions are developed through extensive analysis, simulated supply chain modeling and verification testing conducted at the CHEP Innovation Center in Orlando, Florida. The CHEP Innovation Center is an ISTA-certified, state-of-the-art test facility that simulates real-world conditions to help CHEP and its customers evaluate their supply chains and develop innovative solutions that drive efficiency, reduce costs and increase sustainability. Led by ISTA-certified experts and engineers, the Innovation Center has conducted thousands of tests for more than 100 companies, helping to build the modern consumer goods supply chain we know today. Walmart Canada, General Mills, Wholesum Harvest, Harvest Hill and Jel Sert are just a few examples of the many companies that collaborate with CHEP to make their supply chains more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. For more information, visit www.chep.com or follow us on Twitter @CHEPna and LinkedIn. Please also visit our YouTube channel.

8517 South Park Circle
Orlando, Florida 32819-9040
United States
1 (407) 370-2437
1 (800) 243-7872
www.chep.com




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