Thai Union Group, one of the world’s largest seafood processors with a global workforce of 47,000 people, has today placed an initial order with Re>Pal™, to start trialling the HD1210 pallet in its Thailand factory. The sustainable nature of the Re>Pal pallets fits well with Thai Union’s SeaChange™ programme. I’m pictured with Mr Yimin Wu, Head of Supply Chain and Dr Darian McBain, Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at Thai Union commented “we are always looking for ways to reduce our usage footprint across our supply chain and build a more circular economy. Re>Pal’s 100% use of recycled plastic pallet is a perfect fit for us. With all the pollution issues caused by waste plastic it is great to come across a solution that helps remove waste plastic from circulation while reducing reliance on using timber I hope the trial order progresses to a larger order from us such that we can replace our timber pallets with Re>Pal”.Thai Union’s on-going work on sustainability issues was recognized in 2018 by being ranked number one in the world in the Food Products Industry in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, achieving a 100th percentile ranking for total sustainability score. I hope the trial proceeds well as it is always great to have sustainably minded companies using Re>Pal and helping to share our story.