In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, take a fresher, greener look at moving your product from supplier to customer. In the process you will:
- Increase your efficiency
- Reduce your costs
Sustainable Asset Management
Increase efficiency and save money with initiatives tailored specifically to your company's requirements:
- Define Strategic Sustainability Goals
- Discover New or Improved Shipping Materials
- Develop Innovative Design Solutions
- Identify Supply Chain Synergies
- Review Waste Management
- Consider Reverse Distribution
You don't need the luck o' the Irish to improve your company's impact on the environment. That's good news for the Earth and your bottom line. Environmental responsibility is directly linked to your brand and reputation.
It’s simple… Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
Reduce: The impact on landfills is reduced by unitizing solutions designed to decrease waste in transport packaging. By combining unitizing solutions with reusable pallets (wood or plastic), you lessen shipping waste and operate more efficiently.
Reuse: Extensive pallet return programs enable customers to track pallets through the supply chain. By utilizing a return program that revolves around reusable wood or plastic pallets, you can reduce waste (and save money) by eliminating the cost of purchasing new pallets.
Recycle: Did you know that post-consumer and post-industrial waste lives a second life as a plastic pallet? Companies such as Nelson distribute plastic pallets that are environmentally friendly and made of 100% recycled plastics. These plastic pallets are designed for both multi or single trips. Once a pallet completes its life cycle, it is completely recyclable!
Have you found an improvement jackpot within your supply chain? Let us know by commenting below!
Post by: Kaitlin Manning, Creative Director