United Pallet Services joins Reusable Packaging Association
Company will exhibit in the RPA’s Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2013.
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United Pallet Services, Inc. has joined the Reusable Packaging Association to leverage the association’s research and partnerships in support of market expansion. The company will exhibit in the RPA’s Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2013, bringing the record number of exhibitors to 33.
“We are excited to join this group of dynamic companies who are focused on the sustainable transport of goods and services,” said Callen Cochran, business development manager, United Pallet Services, Inc. & The pointGUARD Pallet Protector. “Being a member will allow us to tap into the research and the partnerships that this organization provides to help us meet our goals. We also hope to understand how we can better convey to potential customers the advantageous benefits of a reusable pallet.”
The company’s flagship product is The pointGUARD Pallet Protector, a plastic shield system that is designed to extend the lifespan of wooden pallets by 400% or more. With a simple change, The pointGUARD is designed to save companies money and make their operations more efficient by reducing pallet damage, protecting the product traveling on the pallet, and eliminating wood chips and debris.
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