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From June 2011, RPS have successfully installed and begun to operate two refurbishment rigs to inspect and clean FIBCs for reuse. In order to expand the number of transit packaging units that RPS recover for its customers the installation of the rigs now means that RPS can make FIBCs available as a re-usable packaging item […]
In May the RPS General Manager, Owen Hines, and Logistics Manager, Thomas Hudson, visited Ireland as part of its ongoing efforts to understand and review its Irish customer collection points and recovery of the extended range of transit packaging, including pallets, drums, IBCs and FIBCs. The visit was a great success with a number of […]
RPS is proud to announce that its depot operatives have now all completed their NVQ Level 2 in Performing Manufacturing Excellence. During April the depot team will begin fork lift truck training to not only renew but also enhance their current FLT licenses. The course will gain the RPS team accreditation from RTITB, the largest […]
RPS is now in its final stages of accreditation for ISO 14001, enforcing its environmental awareness. RPS’s environmental management system has been built using the expertise and knowledge gained from nine years of operation. The core business of recovery helps to reduce the amount of new wooden pallets and transit packaging entered into the UK […]
RPS has secured the contract for a major food distributor collecting empty pallets from their four UK distribution centres. The company, based in the north of England, purchases foodstuffs and ingredients from manufacturers who then supply the UK’s food market. The contract that began on the 10th Jan 2011 is worth an estimated 50,000 pallets […]
RPS, in collaboration with drum re-conditioning specialists Pack2Pack, recently recovered and returned over 1000 pallets for secondary use with the industrial sector. Regular and cost effective pallet collections are viewed by Pack2Pack as an essential service to free up external storage space at their Avonmouth site. Following the initial clearance Pack2Pack will look to implement […]