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Package handling: Onion group teams with pallet poolerPackage handling: Onion group teams with pallet pooler

April 2, 2015

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Package handling: Onion group teams with pallet pooler


The National Onion Association (NOA) is partnering with CHEP, the global leader in pallet and container pooling solutions, to bolster funds for retail, consumer and foodservice promotional and educational activities. In return, the NOA will promote the benefits of CHEP pallet pooling with its many members.

“Our partnership with CHEP will benefit both of our organizations," said Kim Reddin, Director of Public and Industry Relations of the NOA. "CHEP is providing onion producers added support for their marketing efforts including nutrition and health education, professional culinary development, and publicity communications about onions. We are pleased to endorse the CHEP program because of the supply chain benefits the company delivers to our industry."

CHEP provides pallet and container pooling services serving many of the world's largest companies. The company has more than 7,000 employees and operates in 45 countries. Supply chains served include consumer goods, produce, beverage, and the automotive industry.



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