I am thrilled that Alaska Milk in the Philippines is the latest new client using Re>Pal’s 100% recycled plastic pallet. They are using the HD1210 pallet to help their sustainability footprint and drive to sustainable packaging.
Alaska is part of FrieslandCampina, and in 2015 the parent company signed up to 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 2, 8, 12, 13, 15 and 17). Alaska Milk’s move to Re>Pal fits well with this commitment as SDG 15 is aimed at reducing deforestation (where timber pallets are often unsustainably sourced) and SDG 12 and 13 are aimed at sustainable consumption and halting climate change, and we know both of these use of more virgin plastic is unsustainable so choosing Re>Pal helps.
Atty. Angela Esquivel of Alaska Milk said “we are delighted to have found the Re>Pal pallet which is an excellent match for our goals to continually improve our footprint on the planet; we get longer pallet life and less carbon footprint through using Re>Pal”.