With our product innovations we offer environmentally friendly RPCs for maximum freshness across the entire supply chain - even for the most delicate goods.
IFCO’s new water recycling equipment reduces our usage by up to 75% - a significant contribution in our efforts in reducing environmental impact.
In comparison to corrugated cartons, the integrated cold chain is managed better with Reusable Plastic Containers.
IFCO’s employees have committed themselves to the ideals of the WORLDWIDE RESPONSIBILITY initiative by supporting non-profit organizations such as the Food Banks.
IFCO’s vision is to achieve, maintain, and drive global market leadership and profitability in all of our businesses.
With our innovative RPC drying technology we achieve an excellent result, using significantly less power: up to 90% energy savings versus ordinary systems.
Three refrigerated delivery vans and over 9,000 environmentally friendly RPCs for transporting food to the needy – the Berliner Tafel thanks IFCO for their support!
IFCO SYSTEMS' core competence is the efficient management of a worldwide rental pool of over 140 million RPCs (Reusable Plastic Container) used to transport fruit and vegetables. Offering a total of 24 different sizes globally, our RPCs in Europe and the United States address the packaging and transportation requirements of various types of fruit and vegetables in the goods and produce cycle.
In our core markets, Europe, the United States and South America, some 390 million tons of fruit and vegetables are produced annually. These products must make their way quickly and without damage from producers to consumers - and often across country borders. In many instances, the period between harvest and consumption is no more than a few days.
Consequently, retailers and producers are calling for flexible, effective, cost efficient and state-of-the-art product distribution solutions. This puts stringent demands on transport containers and their utilization from producers through retailers to consumers.
IFCO SYSTEMS' RPCs and service systems are well equipped to meet these demands.