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Pallet and secondary returnable packaging standardisation and pooling seminar


Pallets Seminar

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Pallet and secondary returnable packaging standardisation and pooling seminar supported by EPAL in Baltics and ECR Baltic Supply Chain Committee meeting.

The seminar is dedicated to optimisation and standardisation of secondary returnable packaging in Baltics:

- “Whitening” of EURO Pallets
- Pallet pooling options, costs and benefits
- Risks and legal aspects if remaining in Euro pallets “grey” area.
- Meat crates standardisation and pooling business case
- Dairy produce crates standardisation and pooling initiatives
- Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
- Other categories

You will learn what are saving and efficiencies opportunities for all Baltic supply chain and individual companies from Retailers, Manufacturers, Distributors and LP point of view.

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Date: May 12th, 2011
Place: Radisson Blu Latvija, Elizabetes Street 55, Riga, Latvia
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ECR Baltic Student Award 2011


15.04.2011 is the deadline for paper submition for ECR Baltic Student Award 2011. The list of submitted papers and ECR Baltic Student Award details available, here!

ECR Baltic Newsletter #2-2011


ECR Baltic Newsletter 2-2011This time about

- ECR Baltic history,

- Student award,

- Upcoming EDI working group meeting on 14th of March in ECR Baltic (c/o GS1 Latvia) office, Brivibas street 149, 8th floor, Riga.

- Value Chain 2020

- Message to Category Management leaders from ECR Europe Forum organizers

- Career Opportunity Day in Latvian University

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Future Value Chain 2020 from Consumer Goods Forum


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If 200 industry executives agreed on the trends they are most concerned about, and the strategic objectives they would jointly focus on, what would they be?

The 2020 Future Value Chain Report (download) provides the answers to this question. It truly is a report "for the industry and by the industry”, and we are very pleased to share it with you today.

The “Building Strategies for the New Decade” report summarizes a dozen trends that will impact on our industry over the next ten years. It identifies how, by working together, our industry can position itself to respond to these trends, allowing our businesses to continue to meet the needs of our ever-changing consumers and shoppers.