Two more companies have joined the Reusable Packaging Association (RPA), adding their expertise to the association’s mission of expanding the use and value of reusable packaging systems. Midwest Precision Products provides retractable, self-contained cargo restraints for material handling applications. Woodruff Corporation designs and manufactures reusable, returnable, and recyclable corrugated plastic packaging.
“One of the reasons we joined the RPA is to gain access to the Reusable Packaging Pavilion at PACK EXPO,” said Jeff Rogers, President, Midwest Precision Products. “It’s a strong, measurable benefit of being part of the industry association.”
“We are dedicated to helping the market understand the value, efficiencies, and environmental impact of reusable packaging,” said Doug Borgsdorf, Business Unit Director of Woodruff Corporation. “We believe that partnering with the RPA will help us broaden the reach of our message while supporting the RPA’s efforts to educate the marketplace.”
The growth in RPA membership expands the association’s scope and knowledge base in the transport packaging market, enabling RPA to more broadly represent and serve the common interests of the reusable industry. “We are thrilled to have Midwest Precision Products and Woodruff Corporation join our advocacy for reusable packaging systems,” said Tim Debus, RPA President. “The RPA team is excited to work with them on our industry initiatives that demonstrate why reusable packaging is the preferred choice for higher-performing, lower-cost, and more sustainable supply chains.”
About Midwest Precision Products
Midwest Precision Products, Inc. (MPP) is a world leader in providing retractable, self-contained cargo restraints for material handling applications. Its “seatbelt” systems, coupled with returnable synthetic pallets, replace costly shrink wrap, steel binding, and wood skids. www.seatbeltsforpallets.com
About Woodruff Corporation
Woodruff offers a full line of custom packaging, handling, shipping, and storage solutions for virtually every industry. Its products include containers, product protection, material handling, and point-of-sale displays made from corrugated plastic, foam, and other materials. As part of the Primex Plastics “One Company” partnership, consisting of Woodruff, Primex and O’Neil Color & Compounding, Woodruff offers a full range of materials, compounds, and configurations for virtually every packaging need from raw materials through recycling. www.woodruffcorp.com