The Craemer Group joins Reusable Packaging Association

The company will exhibit at the RPA’s Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO in Chicago.

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The Craemer Group, a major provider of high quality plastic pallets, transport and storage containers, and waste management systems has joined the Reusable Packaging Association. The company will exhibit at the RPA’s Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO in Chicago.

The Craemer Group is headquartered in Germany and has production sites in Great Britain and Slovakia, and a worldwide distribution network. The company also has a dedicated U.S. network of distribution partners and many years of experience in the U.S. market, making Craemer well positioned to extend services in the North American market.

“The RPA is a well-established and respected association that will give us networking opportunities that could benefit the Craemer Group as we develop our business,” said Alexander Korell, Area Export Manager - Plastics Materials Handling, Paul Craemer GmbH. “The RPA also provides members with a forum to address issues relevant to the industry. We hope to initiate talks regarding sustainability and responsibility with fellow members and end users. Finally, the RPA offers many services to boost members’ business opportunities that can provide value to our growing brand.”

About The Craemer Group
As the manufacturer of the first plastic pallet produced as a one-piece injection molding in 1967, Craemer has long been recognized as a pioneer and innovator and is now a market leader with long-term experience serving key industries. Craemer’s reusable plastic pallets are manufactured exclusively from pure, high quality materials and are designed and tested for hygienic compliance. The pallets are molded in one piece, providing consistent dimensions, easy cleaning, and an excellent price/performance ratio. Their design and materials ensure stability and low maintenance. Most models are suitable for all standard handling and conveying systems. High standards of quality result in an extremely low damage rate for its multi-use pallets. In this way, Craemer plastic pallets remain a dependable link in logistics chains even after many years of service, reducing cost and increasing efficiency. Craemer plastic pallets are used in almost all areas where automation, process safety, cleanliness and hygiene play an important role. Customers hail from the packaging, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, electronics,and automotive suppliers as well as from all supplier industries. 

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