The Netherlands/France – Dutch pallet pooling company FHG IPP Logipal has struck a multi-year collaboration deal with France-based Regain Eco-Plast, part of Groupe Regain. The partnership will look to establish stricter standards for e-waste collection throughout Europe.
As of 2019, the EU wants all member countries to collect a minimum of 85% of all electronic goods manufactured on their domestic market – or 65% of all sold products. With a growing number of e-waste players depending on the Logipal modular and uniform box system, the Dutch company expects to play a meaningful role in realising the EU objective.
According to Regain Eco-Plast, which caters to approximately 35% of France’s television and computer monitor recycling market, the pallet pooling player’s international e-waste experience was a deciding factor in the partner selection process. ‘After extensive testing, we opted for reusable pallets and boxes by FHG IPP Logipal,’ says Regain Eco-Plast Director Daniel Roumier.
‘We look forward to using our sustainable transport resources to serve Groupe Regain,’ states Logipal’s Commercial Director European Electronics Businesses Pim van der Vorst. Customers pay only for the time they actually use the pallets and boxes, eliminating the need for major investments, he emphasises.
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