National Wooden Pallet & Container Association

By Jeff Berman · April 14, 2016
March retail sales at $446.9 billion were off 0.3% from February and up 1.7%, and the NRF said retail sales saw a 5.8% annual increase in March.
By MMH Staff · August 2, 2014
Atagi joins NWPCA from NorthStar Policy Navigation, where he most recently served as managing partner of the firm. He starts with NWPCA on August 4, 2014.
By Chaille M. Brindley, publisher, Industrial Reporting Inc. · February 1, 2014
The recently released proposal to develop a checkoff program for the U.S. hardwood sector has both its supporters and opponents. The current proposal raises a number of questions for the industry to consider before voting on the idea.
By MMH Staff · January 26, 2014
Acquisition to create one-stop shopping for pallets, repairs, shipping crates and related services.
By Bob Trebilcock · March 7, 2013
New president and CEO takes the helm of NWPCA
By MMH Staff · December 10, 2012
Former field forester and International Wood Products Association executive to begin Feb. 1.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 19, 2012
NWPCA says PDS is widely available
By Bob Trebilcock · October 4, 2012
A new pallet design program enables sustainable packaging
By MMH Staff · July 16, 2012
The North American pallet industry is responding to the changing needs of its customers by offering fully independent pools of nine block pallets nationwide.
By MMH Staff · July 12, 2012
Bruce N. Scholnick, who has led the National Wooden Pallet and Container Association (NWPCA) as its president and CEO through a number of dynamic industry shifts, has died.
By Bob Trebilcock · July 3, 2012
Coalition of pallet and logistics providers aims to compete with other poolers
By Bob Trebilcock · July 3, 2012
A shortage of used pallets is driving prices through the roof.
By Bob Trebilcock · February 28, 2012
Bi-lateral exemption on treated pallets may be ending in 2014.
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