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New used container and pallet packaging Website

New packaging Website offers environmental options for used containers and pallets.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 08, 2011

A new website dedicated to the sale and resale of used containers and pallets was designed to give plastic containers and pallets a second life. This green initiative-based Website allows anyone who has containers or pallets that are no longer needed to easily list their items on the site.

Buyers looking for used or overstock product can easily navigate the site to find the container or pallet that meets their needs perfectly.

The concept is to create value for the seller and provide a good deal for the buyer while also helping the environment by reusing instead of making new product. 

The site is run by Flexcon Container, a leading U.S. manufacturer and provider of totes and containers for manufacturing, distribution and warehousing applications.

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