Rehrig Pacific is obsessed with the latest developments in supply chain innovation, recycling and waste management, and the engineering that make both possible. Here’s the latest news–both from inside and beyond Rehrig Pacific’s walls–that can help you gain an edge.
COVID-19 has presented supply chains with unprecedented challenges. But, amid the many struggles, some carriers are finding that drive times have become dramatically shorter.
Plastic is an amazingly versatile material. This new startup aims to combat food waste by transforming it into plastic, which in turn can be composted when it reaches end of life.
A.I. offers immense potential benefits to supply chains, but adoption has been relatively slow. Here’s why.
It takes an efficient supply chain to ensure food doesn’t go to waste. And thanks to Feeding America’s extensive network, “healthy food reaches empty stomachs rather than landfills.”
The city of Lawrenceville, GA, recently needed nearly 8,000 new trash carts, and Rehrig Pacific was proud to be able to offer them a high-quality, locally manufactured solution.
The risk of contamination is one of the biggest challenges for our recycling system. This company thinks the solution may be a bin that can automatically sort recyclables.
This company will be the first in the U.S. to utilize a waste-hauling system powered entirely by its own waste-to-energy operations.
IKEA has a plan to reduce waste from returned merchandise. The solution? An AI that maps the best possible destination for products and parts.
A new survey finds 70% of supply chain leaders plan to invest in the circular economy, but most still need to connect this strategy with digital technologies.
Supply chains today face numerous economic challenges. Handling those uncertainties requires a combination of good design and technology.
As companies like Rehrig continue to work toward a circular economy, a new report puts the potential economic benefits at a staggering $4.5 trillion.
It takes a shift in mindset to build your supply chain around customer experience instead of cost. But, in today’s environment, that’s the key to developing a competitive advantage.
Warehouse and logistics operations are always looking for ways to save time, space, and money. Here are 5 ways that they can find an edge.
By using yarn made from nearly 2 million plastic bottles, Puma’s newest collection has diverted over 40 tonnes of waste from landfills.
In our current recycling system, collecting and communicating data can be challenging. Here’s how blockchain could help.
It can be tough to keep wildlife from raiding your trash bins. But one Florida county has found a way to keep bears at bay: Rehrig’s Bear Cart.
What if you could revolutionize fruit shipping AND reduce food waste? That’s exactly what this company hopes to do with sachets the size of a sugar packet.
In the supply chain business, the pace of change only continues to increase. See what trends these experts predict will be most important in the coming year.
Warehouse space was in high demand in 2019. And while the amount of space occupied by e-commerce actually fell slightly, the food and beverage sector’s share increased by more than 30%.
Pallets are integral to the global shipping industry and demand is only increasing. Not surprisingly, the market for pallet trucks is expected to climb substantially over the next 8 years.