Equipment/Technology, Trends

US: Potato grower-shipper goes plastic

Worley & McCullough, a grower-shipper in Colorado’s San Luis Valley that supplies over 1.5 million hundred-weight shipments in potatoes to grocery stores throughout the US, Canada and Mexico, has converted from a standard wooden pallet product distribution platform to a system integration of iGPS Logistics plastic pallets. “We are committed to promoting health, sustainability, family and our collective future—and by transitioning to the iGPS plastic pallets, we can ensure that we not only have the sturdier plastic pallet to handle distribution of our potatoes, but also a safer and more environmentally-friendly means of transporting them to our clients,” said Erin Cooper, grower relations/food safety manager and daughter of Jim McCullough. More

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