Utilizing Partnerships to Prevent Supply Chain Waste

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Utilizing Partnerships to Prevent Supply Chain Waste Justin Lehrer CRRA Annual Conference August 4, 2009

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Origin of Campaign Top 5 Materials From Businesses Going To Landfills Food squander Recyclable Paper Plastic Film Pallets & Unpainted Wood Uncoated Cardboard

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Reusable Packaging: Defined Products: Reusable beds, hand-held holders, mass compartments, racks Made of: Plastic, wood, metal and others Services: Pooling, coordinations, cleaning and resource following Bulk Containers Reusable Pallets Hand-Held Containers

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Benefits to Customers Reduce costs (squander & materials) Improve proficiency Improve laborer security/ergonomics Improve Product insurance Longer helpful existence of bundling Lasting operational change Corporate citizenship & maintainability

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Use Reusables Campaign Increase business appropriation: The benefit of changing to reusable beds and holders Provide specialized help Drive Bay Area organizations to providers of these items Partner/union with RPA

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Reusable Packaging Association A cooperation between inventory network accomplices who advance the estimation of reusable transport bundling over all enterprises as the favored bundling arrangement. Advocates the development of reusable beds and holders, paying little heed to material, in North America Promotes the financial, ecological and security benefits made by re-utilize; Initiatives incorporate authoritative and administrative activities; vital cooperations; measures, rules, and best practices; instruction and open mindfulness

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Our Opportunity & Challenge Reusables are in early phases of reception in numerous US ventures Potential effect is extensive and enduring But complex framework change requires time Deciding variable is normally taken a toll

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Target Industries Alameda County - most prominent open doors: Wholesale/Retail (non nourishment) Manufacturing & Assembly (non sustenance) Food Production Food Delivery Scientific/Technical/Education Medical Care

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Outreach Activities Interested Prospects Outreach Activities: Printed Collateral Presentations Website PR Efforts Direct Mail Print Ads eNewsletter Local Awards Partnerships Workshop Target Audience: Wholesale/Retail (non nourishment) Manufacturing & Assembly (non sustenance) Food Production Food Delivery Scientific/Technical/Education Medical Care Viable Prospects RPA Appropriate "Resuables" providers and merchants

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www.UseReusables.com Reusables Basics Interactive Cost Comparison Calculator Workshop Calendar Additional Resources

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Workshops 6 finished >130 associations took an interest Now working with outer offices to co-have High level of enthusiasm from organizations as well as open offices Seem to be "reusables" ideal for your association? Investigate the ROI – does it spare cash? Benefits for putting forth the switch Defense Studies (counting nearby)

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Case Study: Greenville Utilities Application: Storage of nuts, screws, controllers and meters Results: Substantial time & cash investment funds No interference of operations or item harm amid normal fiascos Material insurance Secure stackability

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Case Study: StopWaste.Org Office Move Application: Move into recently remodeled 14,000 sq. ft. building Results: Prevented cardboard waste Eliminated truly difficult work Reduced plastic film squander Increased moving truck limit by 40%-half Cut nursery gas outflows Cost focused

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What's Next Increase Reusables appropriation Work with participants to do the switch Host more workshops, grow content Extend the crusade territorially and past EPA Funding Partner with districts Host a workshop/Suggest a scene Promote to nearby organizations

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Questions? Reusables@StopWaste.Org

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Marketing Tactics Role of the StopWaste Partnership : Serve as an underlying, nonpartisan contact for organizations (prospects) attempting to take in more about their choices. Help all prospects with a preparatory (basic) assessment. Give specific, focused on specialized help to potential StopWaste Partnership customers, that may include: Lead referrals. Restricted money related motivating forces. Contextual investigation improvement. Money saving advantage investigation sometimes Conducting nearby workshops and gatherings.

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Marketing Tactics Role of the StopWaste Partnership Refer the prospects to proper reusable producers, experts, and so on. Follow-up over the consequent 24 months to screen the advance and give advance help on the off chance that they are trapped.

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Understanding the Opportunity Closed Loop Systems Open Loop Systems

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Challenges with Returnables Potential difficulties to open pool RPC utilize: Limited system of partaking retailers Product dismissals at retail level – resource following Pool administration Inventory turns Pool responsibility Cooperating system Freight cost suggestions, particularly on resource gathering Seasonality of industry (e.g. Deliver)

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RPCC Corporate Members Avery Dennison User Advisors Bruel * DUDA Farm Fresh Foods CHEP * East Coast Seafood Georgia-Pacific * John Deere IFCO Systems * NACCO Material Handling iGPS * Nestle Waters IPL Products Ltd. * Seald Sweet Kennedy Group * Tanimura & Antle MACRO Plastics * Virginia Tech Norseman Plastics * Wal*Mart Stores, Inc. Numafa ORBIS Corporation Cumulative Revenue (est.) Otto Environmental Systems > $2 billion - RPCC-related Polymer Logistics > $5 billion – N. American Rehrig Pacific Company > $25 billion – worldwide deals Schoeller Arca Systems TOSCA Ltd. TriEnda

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What to Look For Velocity: what number uses will one compartment make every year More uses, the cost per use for the capital goes down Consistency: The all the more consistent the shipment design, the simpler and less expensive to set up a reusable pool How controlled is the store network: what number distinctive production network accomplices ready to utilize returnable Where are they found Will they participate How are you getting them back: What are the invert coordinations costs Volume: Is there adequate volume to make it advantageous

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Environmental Benefits Life Cycle Study* approves ecological effect of reusables: Require 39% less vitality Produce 95% less aggregate strong waste Generate 29% less aggregate GHG emanations *Franklin October 2004 study: life cycle stock of Reusable Plastic Container and Display-prepared Corrugated Containers utilized for Fresh Produce Applications.

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When Should Reusable Packaging Be Considered? An orderly, all around arranged reusable bundling program bodes well for some sorts of utilizations, especially those with the accompanying: High volumes of strong waste Recurring item harm or danger of harm Expensive nonessential bundling or repeating single-utilize bundling costs Under-used trailer space in transportation Inefficient stockpiling/distribution center space Worker security or ergonomic issues Significant requirement for cleanliness/cleanliness Need for unitization Multiple segment parts or confounded gathering operations Frequent treks