Modex 2012: Reusable Packaging Association looking for end users
RPA’s conference program is designed to educate attendees who are considering implementing reusable packaging solutions in their supply chains as well as those who already deploying reusables.
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The Reusable Packaging Association (RPA) is hosting an education conference program at the upcoming MODEX show in Atlanta, February 6, 2012 at the Georgia World Conference Center. We are inviting end users to share their experiences with reusables during a panel discussion at the conference.
RPA’s conference program is designed to educate attendees who are considering implementing reusable packaging solutions in their supply chains as well as those who already deploying reusables. RPA’s session is on Monday, Feb. 6, the first day of the MODEX show from 1 to 4 p.m. and will include the following presentations:
Introduction to Reusables
Bob Klimko, Chairman RPA Education Committee, ORBIS Corporation
The Who, What and Why of Reusable Packaging and How to Get Started
Financial Considerations for Reusable Packaging
Andy DeWitt, TOSCA
Buy or Lease: How to Determine Which Works for You
Managing your Reusable Assets
Keith Schall, Container and Pooling Services (CAPS)
Processes for Managing Reusable Resources
Reusables in Material Handling — the User Experience
A panel discussion moderated by Bob Klimko
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