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A new year means taking a new approach to business and sustainability.

It's a welcome sight in an ever-evolving world when things are getting back to being simpler. Reusable plastic crates (RPCs) are a shining example of how the back-to-basics trend is gaining traction. These unsung heroes of transportation and storage have subtly emerged as the mainstay of sustainable practices, encouraging environmentally friendly decisions without sacrificing performance.

The Basic Benefits of Using RPCs:

  • Availability to Suit Your Requirements

Nowadays, reusable plastic crates (RPCs) are widely accessible, satisfying the various requirements of both individuals and enterprises. These crates provide a flexible alternative for managing a busy supply chain. Every transport need can be perfectly met by them because they come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

RPCs are becoming a more popular tool for manufacturers, supermarkets, and small enterprises looking to optimise operations. Various options and ease of procurement enable firms to personalise their logistics, cut costs and increase productivity. These reusable crates are becoming the standard option for industries looking for dependable and environmentally friendly substitutes because of their extensive availability.

  • Quality & Durability 

RPCs are a perfect example of the back-to-basics philosophy's emphasis on durability. Made from premium materials, these crates are built to resist regular uses and rigours. They are a prudent long-term investment because of their sturdy structure, which guarantees that they withstand the pressures of handling, storage, and transit.

Reusable plastic crates have a classic design that adheres to the concepts of utility and simplicity, in addition to their durability. Their eco-friendliness is also emphasized, contributing to a circular economy by lowering product waste and garbage produced by single-use plastics. Companies and customers are finding that adopting these containers is consistent with a commitment to environmental responsibility and improves operational efficiency.

  • Protect Products, Save Costs:

An area of operations that cannot be negated is protecting the integrity of products while they are in transit. The primary goal of RPC engineering is to give improved protection for commodities. The RPCs’ sturdy design reduces the possibility of product damage during handling and transit, guaranteeing that the goods arrive at their destination in ideal condition. In addition to protecting your products and keeping it intact, this increased security helps you establish a positive brand reputation by maintaining high-quality standards and satisfying customers. By using CHEP RPCs you can save costs because it's cheaper than moving your goods in single-use cardboard boxes.

  • Future-Proof Your Business:

Staying ahead means future-proofing your business. RPCs offer a customisable and scalable solution that’s adaptable to the unique needs of various industries. Whether in retail, agriculture, or logistics, RPCs provide a versatile packaging option that can evolve with your business, ensuring sustained efficiency and environmental responsibility.

CHEP’s RPCs are globally renowned for their consistent and durable design, and quality assurance, which can help you achieve your business goals and your sustainability objectives whilst simultaneously, offering unmatched availability and enduring quality. Our reusable plastic crates are more than containers; they're a catalyst for positive sustainability change in your business and the world.

About CHEP 

CHEP helps move more goods to more people, in more places than any other organisation on Earth. Its pallets, crates, and containers form the invisible backbone of the global supply chain. The world’s biggest brands trust CHEP to help them transport their goods more efficiently, sustainably, and safely. As pioneers of the sharing economy, CHEP created one of the world's most sustainable logistics businesses through the share and reuse of its platforms under a model known as ‘pooling’. CHEP primarily serves the fast-moving consumer goods (e.g., dry food, grocery, and health and personal care), fresh produce, beverage, retail, and general manufacturing industries. CHEP employs approximately 11,000 people and believes in the power of collective intelligence through diversity, inclusion, and teamwork. CHEP owns approximately 345 million pallets, crates, and containers through a network of more than 750 service centres, supporting more than 500,000 customer touchpoints for global brands such as Procter & Gamble, Sysco, and Nestlé. CHEP is part of the Brambles Group and operates in approximately 60 countries with its largest operations in North America and Western Europe. For more information on CHEP, visit

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