Packaging: PECO Pallet joins RPA

PECO Pallet, a national leader in pallet pooling services, has joined the Reusable Packaging Association.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
November 03, 2011 - MMH Editorial

PECO Pallet, a national leader in pallet pooling services, has joined the Reusable Packaging Association (RPA), it was announced today. The company’s membership is a milestone for the RPA; completing the list of major pallet pooling companies to join the Association. They are also the 19th new member to join the RPA in 2011.

“We are delighted to welcome PECO Pallet into our membership,” said Jerry Welcome, President, RPA. “The fact that all major pallet pooling companies have chosen to join the RPA demonstrates the value and competitive advantage we offer to our members, as well as the commitment of companies like PECO to significantly increase the use of reusable solutions in today’s marketplace.”

PECO Pallet is a national leader in pallet pooling services. Over 95% of grocery, warehouse, club and discount retailers throughout the United States currently utilize PECO’s signature red wooden pallets. PECO Pallet’s sustained growth over the last decade reflects the company’s overall commitment to exceptional quality and customer service. PECO is headquartered in New York and maintains 57 PECO Pallet depots and storage locations, 12 pallet manufacturing locations, and 358 recovery locations strategically located throughout North America. David Casarez, Director of Sales, will be the company’s RPA representative.



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