Düsseldorf, 25th July 2017 – The production of EPAL Euro pallets increased by 10% in the first two quarters of 2017 compared to the previous year. In the first six months of this year, 42.5 million EPAL Euro pallets were produced worldwide.
There was also an increase in the number of repairs: +11.5%, with 13.7 million repaired EPAL pallets
in the first six months of 2017.
The constantly increasing production over the last four years, since the “EPAL in oval” mark has been branded on all four blocks, is the unique success story of the EPAL Euro pallet, which represents quality, safety and sustainability. In 2015 for the first time, the 100 million mark was achieved
for EPAL pallets produced and repaired worldwide and in the following year even exceeded with 105.5 million EPAL pallets in total.
Martin Leibrandt, CEO of EPAL, “I would never have thought that EPAL could top the historic result
of 2015, but the users of EPAL pallets’ trust is unwavering, growing all the time. At EPAL we are very proud of this and would like to sincerely thank all users of EPAL Euro pallets.”
The European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL) ensures a smooth flow of goods in the logistics world with over 450 million EPAL Euro pallets and 20 million box pallets in the world’s biggest open exchange pool. Founded in 1991 as the umbrella association of licensed producers and repairers of EPAL load carriers, EPAL is globally responsible for their consistent quality. EPAL pallets are produced from sustainably grown, CO2-neutral wood, can be repaired and recycled, and reduce transport distances thanks to their high level of availability. As a registered association, EPAL does not pursue any commercial interests and makes all its decisions in the interests of its industry, trade and logistics partners. EPAL is represented in more than thirty countries by fourteen National Committees which have committed themselves to implementing the EPAL objectives.
For further press information:
European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL)
T +49 211 98 480 48 90
M +49 172 69 325 95
Pranešimą paskelbė : Janas Likšo, EPAL Nacionalinis komitetas Baltijos šalyse