CHEP, Kraft renew contract

Jan. 1, 2003
CHEP pallet and plastic container pooling services has announced a new five-year contract with Kraft Foods Inc. CHEP has been chief supplier of pooled

CHEP pallet and plastic container pooling services has announced a new five-year contract with Kraft Foods Inc. CHEP has been chief supplier of pooled pallets to Kraft for the past 10 years.

Under this new agreement, CHEP and Kraft will partner to develop a number of programs for pooled pallets to help reduce product damage and eliminate waste, thus optimizing supply chain efficiencies and ensuring product integrity.

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