Reusable packaging systems and material handling systems provider SSI Schaefer has launched Clear Stream programme for its reusable containers.
The programme is part of the 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders initiative. SSI Schaefer is the only global material handling company chosen to join the initiative.
Developed by SSI Schaefer and its clients, this programme provides a sustainable vision to help remove rigid plastic waste from the oceans.
The programme protects oceanS by transforming consumer plastic waste into reusable, viable products for material handling.
SSI Schaefer’s reusable packaging offers sustainable closed loop transport supply chain.
Schaefer Systems International packaging systems division vice-president Andy Schumacher said: “We’re committed to sustainability and our Clear Stream programme, which enables our clients to meet or succeed their sustainability goals.
“Clear Stream falls within the SSI Sustainable Initiatives, and when combined with our other sustainability programmes like our recycling buyback programme, it’s a win-win combination for our clients and our planet.”
In May this year, SSI Schaefer announced that it is offering a complete reusable container asset management and recovery service to its clients.
Earlier this year, the company collaborated with Philippines’ cold chain solutions provider ORCA, to open the country’s first world-class cold chain storage system.
Schaefer Systems International produces intralogistics storage and picking solutions for all industries. It is part of SSI Schaefer Group.