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September 19, 2013

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Supply-chain site survey – Schoeller Allibert


Describing itself as a world leader in plastic, reusable transit packaging (RTP), Schoeller Allibert is now offering customers the opportunity to improve health and safety procedures in their supply chain by undertaking a new site survey.
Based on a full review of a customer’s supply chain from inbound supply, warehousing and on-site handling, to vehicle-fill and outbound supply, Schoeller Allibert’s site survey can be tailored to individual specifications in order to meet health and safety targets, or it can provide a full audit that covers cost savings, carbon reduction and space saving.
Simon Knights, Schoeller Allibert’s regional sales director for the UK, explains: “The site survey has been implemented to bring together the tools and services we offer to customers in one convenient package. Customer can opt for a full audit, or opt to look in detail at specific areas, such as health and safety, correct manual handling, and safety when using warehouse machinery.”
The site survey analyses inbound, on-site and outbound logistics and handling, including manual and automated processes and equipment, to provide a picture of health and safety performance.
According to the company, the survey can also be used to achieve five other key goals: reducing packaging costs by replacing single-trip products with RTP; maximising vehicle-fill to reduce trips; saving time and space on site; protecting products from damage and theft; and reducing carbon footprint.
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