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Re>Pal

26,000m2 factory,
EAST JAVA

About us

Re>Pal is an Australian company with its main factory in East Java, Indonesia. Using state-of-the art pallet technology, we offer environmentally responsible pallets for a wide range of applications across business supply chains throughout the South East Asian export-hub and Australian region. 

Our zero waste pallets are made from 100% waste plastic using Re>Pal’s unique ThermoFusion™ technology process. Our pallets offer your business improved profitability while acting sustainably through leveraging the low energy, environmentally friendly, and a cost effective solution. 

Re>Pal manages and supplies its superior pallets to many global and domestic companies, including Unilever, Veolia, Nestle and Givaudan — businesses interested in offsetting their carbon footprint without compromising on quality or profitability.

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About us.

Re>Pal is an Australian company with its main factory in East Java, Indonesia. Using state-of-the art pallet technology, we offer environmentally responsible pallets for a wide range of applications across business supply chains throughout the South East Asian export-hub and Australian region. 

 Our zero waste pallets are made from 100% waste plastic using Re>Pal’s unique ThermoFusion™ technology process. Our pallets offer your business improved profitability while acting sustainably through leveraging the low energy, environmentally friendly, and a cost effective solution. 

 Re>Pal manages and supplies its superior pallets to many global and domestic suppliers, including Unilever, IndoFood, Nestle and IFF — businesses interested in offsetting their carbon footprint without compromising on quality or profitability.

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How Re>Pal began

Re>Pal was conceived like all good ideas in the founders garage! Matthew Darby founded Re>Pal in Christchurch in 2002. Determined and passionate to solve a problem for the menace of plastic, Matthew experimented for 15 years with the ThermoFusion process, and was especially keen to resolve a solution to the reuse of the thin film or LDPE or LLDPE plastics and the mixing of a waste plastic stream. Through persistence and cooperation of early customers in New Zealand, Matthew developed the solution — a process that is now known as ThermoFusion™ — then scaled it with the opening of a test plant in Bali in 2012. This was followed by a fullscale operation and opening of our 26,000 sqm modern factory in Pasuruan, Indonesia in 2016. Matthew remains Executive Chairman of Re>Pal and committed to repurposing plastic from the environment. 

How Re>Pal began

Re>Pal was conceived like all good ideas in the founders garage! Matthew Darby founded Re>Pal in Christchurch in 2002. Determined and passionate to solve a problem for the menace of plastic, Matthew experimented for 15 years with the ThermoFusion process, and was especially keen to resolve a solution to the reuse of the thin film or LDPE or LLDPE plastics and the mixing of a waste plastic stream. Through persistence and cooperation of early customers in New Zealand, Matthew developed the solution — a process that is now known as ThermoFusion™ — then scaled it with the opening of a test plant in Bali in 2012. This was followed by a fullscale operation and opening of our 26,000 sqm modern factory in Pasuruan, Indonesia in 2016. Matthew remains Executive Chairman of Re>Pal and committed to repurposing plastic from the environment. 

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