HSS Live: Steve Penney on Plastic RTP and the Circular Supply Chain - Watch Now!
This entry was posted on October 18, 2021.
Steve Penney, UK Key Account Sales Manager here at Goplasticpallets.com recently spoke at the HSS Live Conference on Plastic RTP and the Circular Supply Chain.
For those of you looking to make your automation and supply chains more cost efficient, sustainable and environmentally responsible, Steve's short seminar covers all the reasons why it's time to rethink your packaging!
Watch the 'on demand' video from the event below.
But what does that all mean? To meet the demands of today’s fast paced supply chains, manufacturers & retailers are under constant pressure to improve the efficiency, accuracy and productivity of their operations whilst driving forward their sustainability goals.
The Solution? Automation systems combined with plastic returnable transit packaging (RTP)!
But how do we know this? We are the UK leaders in plastic RTP solutions and the experts when it comes to finding 'the perfect match'. Don't take our word for it; we have several case studies which speak for themselves. Whether a major high street retailer, a global distributor of electrical components or pet food brand - whatever the industry we have tried and tested solutions.
RTP is packaging that can be used time and again over a number of years without compromising on its performance. Plastic pallets and boxes do just this. Not only can they improve circularity, at the end of their long working life, they can be recycled.
This all feeds back into our vision, to be the leading, most responsible & environmentally conscious provider of RTP solutions in the logistics sector.
In a nutshell, plastic pallets and boxes can help you improve the efficiency, accuracy and productivity of your operations, whilst helping you achieve your sustainability goals.
Watch Steve's short video seminar from the event or speak to us directly about what we can do for you. Call us on +44 (0)1323 744057 or email us [email protected] for expert advice and finding 'the perfect match'.