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Schoeller - Using a cradle-to-cradle approach to make returnable packaging more sustainable

The ever-advancing globalisation is a multi-layered process. Of course, international trade has many advantages, but there are also negative aspects. The ever-growing volume of trade consistently creates more waste. A sustainable solution to this global challenge is needed. The fact that world trade is not going to decrease in the foreseeable future gives this issue particular relevance.

A key player in terms of the global supply chain network is the Dutch company Schoeller Allibert. Since 1959, the company, founded by the Schoeller family, has been supplying reusable packaging into many businesses. In the field of material handling, Schoeller Allibert is the world market leader. Customers include industrial production companies, chemical companies, system integrators as well as companies from the food industry. All these companies need a competent partner in order to operate efficiently. Schoeller Allibert has proven itself in this respect in its 62-year history.

At first glance, plastic packaging seems incompatible with the desire for greater sustainability. However, there is an important distinction to be made. Schoeller Allibert's packaging is not disposable. Reusable transport containers are designed to prevent waste and encourage the repair and reuse of materials. A good example of this is the recycling of Schoeller Allibert's bottle crates. A bottle crate easily lasts 10 to 15 years, and after its life cycle, during which the bottles have been transported back and forth, again and again, it is fully recycled - into a new bottle crate. This process is called a closed-loop. Together with the switch to renewable energy at our production sites, the cradle-to-cradle approach reduces the carbon footprint of the bottle crate by FACTOR 8.

To be even more sustainable, Schoeller Allibert is making great efforts to come as close as possible to a circular economy. By renting out transport solutions, Schoeller Allibert ensures that customers can use their products without making large investments. This system guarantees that the products, once the service contract is over, these products can be used at new customers. A similar approach is available for buying customers. Schoeller Allibert offers its customers to buy back the plastic products that have reached the end of their life cycle in order to ensure a cradle to cradle approach. The use of reusable plastic for storage and transport not only has benefits for the environment but also for the customers themselves. With Schoeller Allibert's customised solutions, customers achieve greater efficiency in the supply chain. They lower transport costs and reduce waste in the process. The rental system simplifies handling and outsources problems like repairs and maintenance. In addition, Schoeller Allibert has recently introduced SmartLink®. This allows customers to track their goods, generate actionable insights and improve supply chains. As our society's dependence on logistics and transport is not going to decrease, it makes sense to make this area more sustainable. This is exactly what Schoeller Allibert achieves with its reliable products. Because better than disposing of waste well, is to avoid it. True to Schoeller Allibert's motto: "Making plastic packaging too good to waste."

The ever-advancing globalisation is a multi-layered process. Of course, international trade has many advantages, but there are also negative aspects. The ever-growing volume of trade consistently creates more waste. A sustainable solution to this global challenge is needed. The fact that world trade is not going to decrease in the foreseeable future gives this issue particular relevance.

A key player in terms of the global supply chain network is the Dutch company Schoeller Allibert. Since 1959, the company, founded by the Schoeller family, has been supplying reusable packaging into many businesses. In the field of material handling, Schoeller Allibert is the world market leader. Customers include industrial production companies, chemical companies, system integrators as well as companies from the food industry. All these companies need a competent partner in order to operate efficiently. Schoeller Allibert has proven itself in this respect in its 62-year history.

At first glance, plastic packaging seems incompatible with the desire for greater sustainability. However, there is an important distinction to be made. Schoeller Allibert's packaging is not disposable. Reusable transport containers are designed to prevent waste and encourage the repair and reuse of materials. A good example of this is the recycling of Schoeller Allibert's bottle crates. A bottle crate easily lasts 10 to 15 years, and after its life cycle, during which the bottles have been transported back and forth, again and again, it is fully recycled - into a new bottle crate. This process is called a closed-loop. Together with the switch to renewable energy at our production sites, the cradle-to-cradle approach reduces the carbon footprint of the bottle crate by FACTOR 8.

To be even more sustainable, Schoeller Allibert is making great efforts to come as close as possible to a circular economy. By renting out transport solutions, Schoeller Allibert ensures that customers can use their products without making large investments. This system guarantees that the products, once the service contract is over, these products can be used at new customers. A similar approach is available for buying customers. Schoeller Allibert offers its customers to buy back the plastic products that have reached the end of their life cycle in order to ensure a cradle to cradle approach. The use of reusable plastic for storage and transport not only has benefits for the environment but also for the customers themselves. With Schoeller Allibert's customised solutions, customers achieve greater efficiency in the supply chain. They lower transport costs and reduce waste in the process. The rental system simplifies handling and outsources problems like repairs and maintenance. In addition, Schoeller Allibert has recently introduced SmartLink®. This allows customers to track their goods, generate actionable insights and improve supply chains. As our society's dependence on logistics and transport is not going to decrease, it makes sense to make this area more sustainable. This is exactly what Schoeller Allibert achieves with its reliable products. Because better than disposing of waste well, is to avoid it. True to Schoeller Allibert's motto: "Making plastic packaging too good to waste."

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Schoeller - Using a cradle-to-cradle approach to make returnable packaging more sustainable

The ever-advancing globalisation is a multi-layered process. Of course, international trade has many advantages, but there are also negative aspects. The ever-growing volume of trade consistently creates more waste. A sustainable solution to this global challenge is needed. The fact that world trade is not going to decrease in the foreseeable future gives this issue particular relevance.

A key player in terms of the global supply chain network is the Dutch company Schoeller Allibert. Since 1959, the company, founded by the Schoeller family, has been supplying reusable packaging into many businesses. In the field of material handling, Schoeller Allibert is the world market leader. Customers include industrial production companies, chemical companies, system integrators as well as companies from the food industry. All these companies need a competent partner in order to operate efficiently. Schoeller Allibert has proven itself in this respect in its 62-year history.

At first glance, plastic packaging seems incompatible with the desire for greater sustainability. However, there is an important distinction to be made. Schoeller Allibert's packaging is not disposable. Reusable transport containers are designed to prevent waste and encourage the repair and reuse of materials. A good example of this is the recycling of Schoeller Allibert's bottle crates. A bottle crate easily lasts 10 to 15 years, and after its life cycle, during which the bottles have been transported back and forth, again and again, it is fully recycled - into a new bottle crate. This process is called a closed-loop. Together with the switch to renewable energy at our production sites, the cradle-to-cradle approach reduces the carbon footprint of the bottle crate by FACTOR 8.

To be even more sustainable, Schoeller Allibert is making great efforts to come as close as possible to a circular economy. By renting out transport solutions, Schoeller Allibert ensures that customers can use their products without making large investments. This system guarantees that the products, once the service contract is over, these products can be used at new customers. A similar approach is available for buying customers. Schoeller Allibert offers its customers to buy back the plastic products that have reached the end of their life cycle in order to ensure a cradle to cradle approach. The use of reusable plastic for storage and transport not only has benefits for the environment but also for the customers themselves. With Schoeller Allibert's customised solutions, customers achieve greater efficiency in the supply chain. They lower transport costs and reduce waste in the process. The rental system simplifies handling and outsources problems like repairs and maintenance. In addition, Schoeller Allibert has recently introduced SmartLink®. This allows customers to track their goods, generate actionable insights and improve supply chains. As our society's dependence on logistics and transport is not going to decrease, it makes sense to make this area more sustainable. This is exactly what Schoeller Allibert achieves with its reliable products. Because better than disposing of waste well, is to avoid it. True to Schoeller Allibert's motto: "Making plastic packaging too good to waste."

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