Scott Pallets launches supplier pallet repatriation scheme for Redrow

Scott Pallets launches supplier pallet repatriation scheme for Redrow

One of Britain’s leading residential and mixed-use developers, Redrow, has joined forces with Scott Pallets to launch a specialist pallet repatriation service for all its building projects across the UK.

Clive Parry, Commercial Director at Redrow, said: “We decided to run the pallet repatriation service as part of an initiative to reduce packaging waste on our building sites and currently over 65% of our sites are already taking part. The scheme will also further highlight Redrow’s commitment to improving our sustainability credentials by using less materials and creating less waste.”

All suppliers to Redrow will be required to mark pallets with an identifier that will enable Scott Pallets to return them to source.

Scott Pallets offers various pallet management services across a range of sectors including specification evaluation, tracking, tracing and recovering transit packaging from market. Services include inspection, repair and refurbishment of transit packaging as well as statistical analysis of packaging specification performance.

Cathy Morio, Commercial Manager at Scott Pallets’ recovery service said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Redrow on this service and have already collected over 20 tonnes of pallets so far. This initiative is absolutely in line with the industry’s objective of reducing packaging waste and promoting the re-use of transit packaging and reinforces Redrow’s positive environmental status within the market.”

Scott Pallets is a division of the Scott Group. The Group was established in 1987 as a family-run sawmill and today employs over 1000 people UK-wide. The business is committed to ensuring customers are at the forefront of the latest industry developments and thrives on finding the most effective solutions for customers with the aim of providing quality products and a professional, straight-talking service at a competitive price.

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