Reusable Transport Packaging joins Reusable Packaging Association

The company, based in Madeira Beach, Fla., supplies reusable, sustainable solutions for all types of shipping, storage and distribution applications. Reusable Transport Packaging will exhibit in the RPA Reusable Packaging Pavilion at Pack Expo 2012 in Chicago.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 02, 2012 - MMH Editorial

Reusable Transport Packaging has joined the Reusable Packaging Association. The company, based in Madeira Beach, Fla., supplies reusable, sustainable solutions for all types of shipping, storage and distribution applications. Reusable Transport Packaging will exhibit in the RPA Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO 2012 in Chicago.

“The vision of the RPA is congruent with our mission to help companies experience Returnable Results by maximizing their investment in packaging while having a positive, long-lasting environmental impact on the local and global community,” said Adam Stillman, Sales and Marketing Manager at Reusable Transport Packaging. “We look forward to working with the RPA to promote, facilitate and expand reusable and sustainable packaging awareness and solutions to the broader market. We exist to educate and supply companies with the means to implement reusable packaging programs that makes sense for their particular requirements.”

“Reusable Transport Packaging is a strong addition to our member base and to our Reusable Packaging Pavilion,” said Jerry Welcome, President of the RPA. “The number of exhibitors in the Pavilion grows each year, drawing more traffic for our members and providing more resources within one central location for attendees.”

Reusable Transport Packaging’s products are eco-friendly and engineered with ergonomics in mind. The company offers a full line of standard products such as bulk containers, plastic pallets, handheld totes, carts, corrugated plastic containers as well as custom solutions. The company also offers repair programs for bulk containers, plastic scrap buy-back programs, bulk container customization and bulk container rentals and leasing.



Subscribe to Logistics Management magazine

Subscribe today. It's FREE!
Get timely insider information that you can use to better manage your
entire logistics operation.
Start your FREE subscription today!

Recent Entries

With an eye on capitalizing on future trade and commerce growth in South Asia, express delivery and logistics services provider DHL today rolled out its plans to build an $85 million EUR ($93 million USD) DHL Express South Asia Hub, which will be a 24-hour express hub facility within the Changi Airfreight Center at the Singapore Changi Airport.

While the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has long stated its goal of having Positive Train Control (PTC) technology installed on 40 percent of its network by December 31, 2015, railroad industry stakeholders have repeatedly stated that reaching that deadline would be a stretch. It now appears that the railroad sector has some members of Congress sharing the same line of thought with legislation rolled out this week that pledges to extend the PTC deadline to 2020.

West Coast port authorities may be overstating the obvious when they decry “business as usual.” But it’s refreshing to see them finally coming around.

Transportation stakeholders reliant on North Carolina’s major seaports are welcoming news this week, which outlines plans to enhance the intermodal and cold chain network in the region.

The index ISM uses to measure non-manufacturing growth—known as the NMI—was 56.9 in February, which was 0.2 percent ahead of January and also 0.1 percent ahead of the 12-month average of 56.8. Economic activity in the non-manufacturing sector has grown for the last 61 months, according to ISM.

Comments

Post a comment
Commenting is not available in this channel entry.