Australian Packaging Firm Joins RPA

WASHINGTON—Trans.L Systems has joined the Reusable Packaging Association (RPA) to help promote the environmental and financial advantages that reusable packaging can offer to supply chain managers.

Based in Australia, Trans.L Systems provides technologies to convert from corrugated to reusable transport packaging systems. The company began operating in the U.S. in 2008 and also has a presence in Asia.

“We welcome Trans.L Systems to the RPA,” says Chris MacGrory, chairman of the RPA membership committee and marketing manager of reusable packaging containers for IPL Products. “Our members will gain from their experiences in implementing reusable packaging solutions in Australia and Asia, and TransL. will benefit from the many resources available to them as members of the RPA as we all join forces to advance the growth of the reusable packaging industry.”

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