Experts and thought leaders from around the reusable packaging industry discuss the circular economy, sustainability, reusable packaging implementation, and other timely topics. Hosted by the Reusable Packaging Association.
Willemijn Peeters, Founder and Director of the enterprise consulting firm Searious Business, joins Tim Debus to talk about the company’s mission to prevent plastic pollution in the environment, and its work in partnering with leading brands to design and implement plastic recovery systems including reusable packaging models. The experience of the team, from numerous projects worldwide, offers clients unique insights and problem sol...
Anna Valkenburg, Channel Manager for TrackOnline, joins Tim Debus to discuss common challenges to asset management and how TrackOnline answers these problems through the company's online returnable packaging management technology.
Britta Wyss Bisang, Global Sustainability Director for Schoeller Allibert, joins Tim Debus to discuss the company's sustainability strategy, completed in January 2022, and viewpoints on sustainability in the broader reusable packaging industry.
Surgere's Rob Fink, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, and Mike Jett, Global Director of Supply Chain, join Tim Debus to discuss how Surgere's technology solutions enable users to achieve complete visibility of the location and movement of goods, enabling the efficient management of product inventories, like reusable packaging, in the reduction of operational waste and environmental impact.
Jeff Pepperworth, President & CEO of iGPS Logistics, joins Tim Debus to share his career background. Jeff draws from extensive experience in supply chain logistics to provide insight into navigating disruptions and market changes from Covid-19, embracing technology and automation, and leading sustainability initiatives.
Kevin Mazula, CEO of RM2 and Vice Chairman of RPA joins Hillary McCutcheon to discuss the company's BLOCKPal pallet, whose unique material, design, and integrated technology show how reusable packaging can add value far beyond economics across the supply chain.
Michelle Fay, Program Manager for StopWaste.org joins Tim Debus to showcase the environmental improvements that can be accomplished by optimizing resources at the local level. Since 1976, StopWaste has helped the 1.7 million residents of Alameda County, California, waste less, recycle properly, and use resources more effectively.
Ben Stoller, CEO of Paxxal and Chairman of the Board of the RPA joins Tim Debus to discuss the business case and operational requirements of reusable packaging systems, and how the increase in corporate commitments around environmental, social, and governance standards are shaping the industry.
Rick Leblanc, Editor of Reusable Packaging News at PackagingRevolution.net and recognized leader of the #reuserevolution joins Tim Debus to explore some history of the reusable packaging industry, discuss Rick's career path, and some of the most prominent issues facing the industry today.
In this episode, Breanna Herbert, Product Manager for ORBIS Corporation, joins Tim Debus to discuss the circular economy and how reusable packaging fits into this emerging economic and environmental paradigm.
In this episode, Leslie LeMair, VP of Sales and Marketing for Georg Utz North America, joins Tim Debus to tell the story of the company’s innovative frame tray product line developed for their customer OSRAM Continental, and discuss trends in automotive packaging in a rapidly changing marketplace.
In this episode, Steve Statler, SVP of Marketing for Wiliot, joins Hillary McCutcheon to discuss the company’s cloud platform and IoT Pixel technology – computers the size of a postage stamp – which provide real-time tracking and visibility into the movement and condition of goods throughout the supply chain, on reusable packaging as small as a bottle or as large as a pallet or bulk bin.
In this episode, Milou Klooster and Yves du Bois, co-founders of RTI Blockchain, join Tim Debus to discuss the RTI Dashboard, a load carrier administration application for poolers, suppliers, receivers, and shippers using reusable packaging. Hear how this new technology is enabling reusable packaging systems and creating new efficiencies in the marketplace.
The Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the share of digital or digitally enabled products by seven years, and today most business and IT executives report an accelerated pace for their company’s digital transformation with 92% revealing urgency in their call to action. Having durable and lasting properties, reusable packaging products like pallets, bins, and containers offer an optimum platform for technology integration and the oppor...
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