Reusable packaging pavilion returns to Pack Expo

RPA to present first annual Excellence in Reusable Packaging Award.
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By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 28, 2012 - MMH Editorial

The popular Reusable Packaging Pavilion is returning to PACK EXPO in Chicago with its largest number of exhibitors to date. Twenty-seven companies will exhibit in the sold out Reusable Packaging Pavilion located in the Lakeside Center of McCormick Place. The exhibitors include manufacturers, material suppliers, providers of washing and other specialty equipment, and poolers and service providers of reusable packaging systems and solutions. The Reusable Packaging Association also is offering a comprehensive educational series at PACK EXPO, presenting six sessions on topics ranging from implementing HACCP and GFSI to driving measurable environmental results with reusable packaging.

“The Pavilion and our conference sessions keep growing every year in response to the positive feedback we receive from attendees,” said Jerry Welcome, President, RPA. “Having all these resources in one place help attendees get complete information about reusables, whether they are just starting with implementation or they want to evolve their supply chains further to gain more efficiencies and cost savings. And in turn, it’s a great opportunity for our members and the RPA to showcase the value we bring to the packaging market.”

Also at PACK EXPO, the Association is presenting its first annual Excellence in Reusable Packaging Award. The award is designed to recognize companies that have developed, supported or implemented measurable and innovative reusable solutions in a business-to-business supply chain. The award is open to non-members as well as members of the RPA. The deadline for submissions is September 1.

RPA member companies exhibiting in the Pavilion are:
Arrows Up Inc. - Booth 6828
CABKA – Booth 6715
CHEP – Booth 6827
Coroplast – Booth 6810
CTC Technologies – Booth 6803
Douglas Machine Corp. – Booth 6722
Fabri-Form Company – Booth 6731
Federal Supply Services – Booth 6928
Formall – Booth 6824
Girton Manufacturing Co., Inc – Booth 6725
IFCO Systems – Booth 6825
iGPS – Booth 6904
Millwood Inc – Booth 6713
Monoflo International – Booth 6703
ORBIS Corporation – Booth 6500
PECO Pallet – Booth 6710
Plastics Research Corporation – Booth 6925
Polymer Solutions – Booth 6802
Quick-Crate – Booth 6913
Rehrig Pacific – Booth 6700
Remcon Plastics, Inc – Booth 6727
Reusable Packaging Association – Booth 6915
Reusable Transport Packaging Inc. – Booth 6728
Schoeller Arca – Booth 6901
Technology Container Corp – Booth 6923
The Kennedy Group – Booth 6702
Trienda/Spara – Booth 6709
Worldwide Foam Ltd. – Booth 6724



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