UFP Packaging, PalletOne and White & Company brought together a group of clients for the second edition of their revolutionary new course: “Cutting Costs and Carbon Footprints: A Class on Sustainable Unit Load Design.”
The event, held at UFP Packaging’s state-of-the-art LX Center, aimed to educate customers on the advantages of sustainable unit load design and how their business can benefit from a systems-based approach.
Dr. Marshall White, a renowned expert in unit load design and creator of the Best Load™ and Best Pallet™ softwares, helmed the course, and the UFP Packaging Testing and Certification Lab team, led by Kevin Freeman and Victoria Lake, demonstrated real-world applications of the subject through product demonstrations.
“Dr. White is the godfather of Unit Load Design, so to be able to offer his insight along with the incredible demonstrations from the crew at the testing lab gives us an unmatched opportunity,” said Keith Reinstetle, PalletOne Vice President of Sales, “A systems-based approach can boost our customers’ safety and sustainability efforts while helping them cut costs. There’s really nothing like it.”
Planning is underway for the next course, and space is limited, so reach out to your PalletOne representative today about taking this step to optimize your packaging.
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