Pallet Recovery Keeps the Circular Supply Chain Moving

Inbound Logistics August 2022

After a tumultuous few years, businesses around the globe are doubling down on their efforts to keep goods moving throughout the supply chain. Pallet recovery has become an important topic, especially since the beginning of the pandemic, as the lumber and labor expenses of building new pallets and providing them where needed have soared.

Jim Congrove, director of asset management for CHEP U.S., describes how businesses can work together to reduce pallet shortages and deliver more goods to the consumers who need them. “If we all work together and take action, we can help eliminate this challenge while also reaching our shared goals to be planet positive,” he says.

Read more at Inbound Logistics.

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Reducing Pallet Shortages to Aid the Supply Chain | CHEP USA