Rehrig Pacific Launches New Pallet

The GMA Pallet is 100 percent recyclable.

May 28, 2013
Recycling Today Staff
Equipment & Products Plastics

Rehrig Pacific Co., headquartered in Los Angeles, has launched its GMA Rackable Plastic Pallet. In a release, Rehrig Pacific notes that the new pallet is 100 percent recyclable and is made from a high-density polyethylene resin using high-pressure injection molding to prevent moisture and bacteria absorption.

The company adds that the GMA Pallet meets current Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSA) and ePedigree traceability standards, which provides the ability to track and trace product movement throughout the supply chain.

"We've engineered the GMA Pallet as a result of customizing innovative products and solutions that help our customers achieve a lower cost-per-trip, improve sustainability, and ultimately provide efficiency in every aspect of the supply chain," says Jerry Koefelda, Rehrig Pacific’s general manager.

Rehrig Pacific is a manufacturer of plastic pallets and containers that are used in the agriculture, pharmaceutical, bakery, beverage, dairy and materials handling industries. It also manufacturers roll-out carts, recycle bins and commercial containers for the waste and recycling collection industry.