Australian logistics group Trans.L Fresh has become the latest company to join the Reusable Packaging Association (RPA), in a bid to help promote the green and profitable advantages that come from reusable packaging.
The supply chain transformation group, which entered the US in 2008 and has additional operations in Asia, will champion reusable packaging to retailers, processors and other supply chain owners.
"We welcome Trans.L Systems to the RPA," said RPA membership committee chairman Chris MacGrory. "Our members will gain from their experiences in implementing reusable packaging solutions in Australia and Asia, and Trans.L will benefit from the many resources available to them as members of the RPA as well all join forces to advance the growth of the reusable packaging industry."
Ian Neeland, CEO of Trans.L Systems, said that the move offered opportunities for growth and networking in the US.
"We believe our membership with the RPA will help Trans.L Systems as we expand our business in the US," he said. "The association offers great networking opportunities and supports our focus of helping growers, manufacturers and retailers unlock the value of reusable packaging solutions."