APR Allen Plastics Repair joins Reusable Packaging Association
Company specializes in refurbished bulk boxes, container repair, modification, and recycling.
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APR Allen Plastics Repair has joined the Reusable Packaging Association to help increase awareness of the value of reusables and the role of refurbished products and container repair in supporting sustainability initiatives.
APR Allen Plastics Repair has been working with plastic returnable containers since 1985 and specializes in refurbished bulk boxes, container repair, modification, and recycling. The company’s repair services are designed to extend the life of customers’ investments and save them money. In addition to repair, APR provides container modification services that allow customers to use bulk boxes that fit their needs more exactly. APR is also a full-service plastic recycling company; and provides a rental program for companies looking for a short-term, low-investment container solution.
“We believe that the use of returnable containers and our money– and material-saving programs will help reusable packaging become an even more cost effective and sustainable option,” said Dan Allen, President, APR Allen Plastics Repair, Inc. “We appreciate that the RPA shares our view, and we are excited to join forces with other businesses that serve the reusable market. By joining the RPA, we hope to increase our brand awareness and spread the message that APR saves companies money on the reusable containers they already buy.”
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