Record number of exhibitors fill RPA’s expanded Reusable Packaging Pavilion
Following positive responses from its inaugural event in 2013, the forum plans to expand.
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Thirty-seven suppliers of reusable solutions will fill the Reusable Packaging Association’s Reusable Packaging Pavilion at Pack Expo 2014 in Chicago. This will be the largest exhibit space and most exhibitors ever in the pavilion.
“The demand for reusables and for information about how to increase their adoption and return on investment keeps growing,” said Jerry Welcome, president of the RPA. “Pack Expo attendees tell us repeatedly that the pavilion and our Reusables Learning Center are an ideal one-stop forum for all their educational and product information needs.”
The pavilion will bring together 37 manufacturers, material suppliers, providers of washing and other specialty equipment, and poolers and service providers of reusable packaging systems and solutions into one visible location.
The pavilion will include the RPA’s Reusables Learning Center (Booth 6866), a presentation area where end-users will give firsthand accounts about their experiences with reusables, and RPA member companies will present research and information on trends and new products and services.
The RPA Reusable Packaging Pavilion will be located in the Lakeside Center of McCormick Place at Pack Expo. CHEP, IFCO Systems, and Rehrig Pacific Company are headline sponsors of RPA activities for attendees at Pack Expo. Supporting sponsors include reLogistics Services LLC, SSI Schaefer, Coroplast, and APR Allen Plastics Repair. Click here for more information about RPA activities at Pack Expo.
RPA Reusable Packaging Pavilion Exhibitors
AP Material Handling — Booth 6852
APR Allen Plastics Repair— Booth 6853
B&B Plastics Inc— Booth 6851
Black Forest Container Systems LLC — Booth 6858
Buckhorn Inc. – Booth 6816
CABKA North America – Booth 6836
CHEP – Booth 6909
CON-Pearl N.A. Inc — Booth 6951
Coroplast – Booth 6926
Formall, Inc — Booth 6840
Georg Utz, Inc. — Booth 6847
Girton Manufacturing Co., Inc – Booth 6806
Greystone Logistics — Booth 6948
IFCO SYSTEMS – Booth 6911
INPACK GLOBAL USA — Booth 6752
International Contract Molding, LLC, — Booth 6861
KLW Plastics — Booth 6859
ORBIS Corporation – Booth 6700
Paul Craemer GmbH — Booth 6857
PECO Pallet Inc.– Booth 6845
PendaForm (formerly Fabri-Form) — Booth 6907
Plastics Research Corporation (Fit Pallets)– Booth 6954
pointGuard Pallet Protector — Booth 6955
PolyFlex Products Inc. — Booth 6950
Polymer Solutions International, Inc. — Booth 6838
PTM — Booth 6844
Rehrig Pacific Company– Booth 6800
reLogistics Services LLC— Booth 6946
Remcon Plastics Inc – Booth 6840
RLT & Associates — Booth 6748
Schoeller Allibert — Booth 6908
SSI SCHAEFER USA — Booth 6744
The Kennedy Group – Booth 6826
TPS Rental Systems — Booth 6760
TriEnda – Booth 6902
U.S. COEXCELL— Booth 6952
Worldwide Foam Ltd. – Booth 6808
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Article TopicsBuckhorn · Cabka · CHEP · Coroplast · Education · George Utz · IFCO · Kennedy Group · ORBIS · Packaging · Pallet Pool · Pallets · Plastic Pallets · Polymer Solutions · PTM · Rehrig Pacific · reLogistics Services · Remcon Plastics · Reusable Containers · Reusable Packaging Association · Schaefer Systems International · Worldwide Foam · ·
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