Recycled plastic pallet manufacturer Range International (ASX: RAN) has missed out on a new order for its Re>Pal recycled plastic pallets from seafood producer Thai Union.
The company announced that the manufacturer of John West and King Oscar products had decided not to pursue its interest in utilising Re>Pal after a testing phase.
Range said the pallet system was not a complete fit for Thai Union’s operational requirements due to the weight of the HD1210 pallets under test.
Range manufactures in East Java, Indonesia using the company’s proprietary ThermoFusion technology manufacturing process.
Re>Pal is manufactured from 100 per cent waste plastic.
Range said in a statement that it was heartening that companies such as Thai Union were prepared to evaluate its zero waste alternative to conventional pallets.
Re>Pal supplies Australian and global customers including including Unilever, IndoFood, Nestle and IFF.
Picture: Re>Pal HD1210
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