PRLog - Sep. 25, 2011 - READING, Pa. -- Reading, PA. —On the eve of PACK EXPO 2011, National Sales and Marketing Director Brian Martin announced that REMCON Plastics has declared cardboard combos a money wasting scourge on the environment. REMCON has been converting one customer at a time to the money saving and environmentally responsible implementation of reusable containers.
Martin says “REMCON has been raising awareness about the real costs of using old fashioned cardboard combos for years. The call it Enviromolding(
By challenging every cardboard combo user to take a closer look, they are getting more customers to stand up and take notice of bottom line dollars they’ve been wasting all along. And when they do, profits soar.
Martin says “you owe it to yourself and your company to find out more.”
Stop by and pick the brains of the REMCON material handling experts in Booth 7122 at PACK EXPO. The show runs daily in the Las Vegas Convention Center from 9:00AM to 4:00PM Monday Sept. 26 thru Wednesday the 28th. They are especially trained to listen, develop and deliver the perfect reusable container to move your product safely, cleanly and efficiently through your manufacturing process.
You can also meet The Wise Rotomolder there (September 26–27) and discuss your unique container needs or production dilemmas in person.
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About REMCON PLASTICS: For nearly thirty years REMCON has been a leading custom molded plastics manufacturer that specializes in reducing customer costs with uniquely engineered material handling solutions. They can solve material handling problems in any bulk processing industry but are predominant in pharmaceutical, meat and poultry, confection, grain, metal stamping and other manufacturers.
Their tagline “We listen, develop and deliver!” embodies their approach to improving customer operations and delivering a better bottom line. Their facilities are located at 208 Chestnut St. Reading PA 19602.
Learn more about them at http://www.remcon.com, http://www.rotationalmolder.net or The Wise Rotomolder Blog http://www.blog.rotationalmolder.net .