PRLog - Jan. 18, 2012 - READING, Pa. -- Reading, PA. —The Poultry Industry like many others is taking a new look at the big profit gains the cardboard combo myth has been costing them.
REMCON Plastics Vice President of Sales and Marketing Brian Martin announced that their experts will be prepared to show you how you can finally rid your facility of cardboard combos and recapture the profits you’ve been missing.
Get hands on information about the custom reusable containers, nestable trays, reusable bins and lockers along with other custom designed material handling solutions they can provide poultry industry visitors.
According to Martin, “this event kicks off our 2012 campaign to stamp out the waste and environmental damage from cardboard combos. Our goal is to help more customers recover profits they are losing by doing the same old same old.”
They will gather solid numbers for cardboard combo users to see the huge savings they can generate by getting rid of their single use cardboard combos altogether.
REMCON technical experts that can start the solution development process for most visitors right on the spot:
Brian Martin VP Sales and Marketing
The Fortney Sales Corporation
Bruce Moore - IJT Corporation
IPE Atlanta is in the Georgia World Congress Center Tuesday January 24th through Thursday January 26th. For more information you can visit there site here.
The entire REMCON team looks forward to helping you there.
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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 www.remcon.com, www.rotationalmolder.net or The Wise Rotomolder Blog http://www.blog.rotationalmolder.net .