JSP International joins Reusable Packaging Association

JSP International, a provider of environmentally responsible packaging solutions, has joined the RPA.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
December 06, 2011 - MMH Editorial

JSP International, a provider of environmentally responsible packaging solutions, has joined the Reusable Packaging Association

With a presence spanning all key regions of the world, JSP serves the automotive industry, as well as packaging, sports and a variety of consumer goods markets.  JSP sheet, board and bead products provide a diverse range of lightweight and environmentally-responsible packaging solutions using molding and fabrication techniques. Using its unique material properties, JSP products provide solutions for a wide variety of applications such as reusable shipping containers for sensitive or valuable equipment, protective product ‘skins’ that cushion internal components and provide noise reduction. Its lightweight packaging solutions offer impact absorption to even complex shapes.

“We welcome JSP to the Association,” said Jerry Welcome, President, RPA. “Their international reach will help the RPA stay informed about and responsive to reusable efforts worldwide, and we can provide them with valuable resources to complement their sustainability initiatives.”



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