The Optimal Transport Packaging for Fresh Products
IFCO's retail-ready transport packaging solutions enable producers to optimize space, improve temperature control and protect quality into the retail distribution center
- Ventilation holes provide maximum air flow
- Optimal temperature control
- Quickly remove field heat
Reduce Packaging Related Damage by 94%
- Interlocking design builds stable pallet
- Rigid construction unaffected by moisture
- Application specific design
Reduce Environmental Impact
- up to 60% less CO2
- 80% lower water consumption
- 86% less solid waste
- 64% lower energy demand
- 85% lower eutrophication
66% lower acidification
Packaging Solutions for Fresh Products
Designed for Fresh
The IFCO Advantage
With a global pool of more than 200 million RPCs and partnering with nearly half of the top 50 grocery retailers in the world, IFCO has been leading the RPC industry for over 20 years. Through a dedicated team of over 750 employees worldwide, IFCO leads the industry on providing the best retail-ready transport packaging solutions for fresh products.
Fresh Supply Chain Expertise
RPCs are designed specifically to transport fresh products as they are of robust construction, highly-ventilated, and unaffected by moisture in the supply chain. RPCs' high levels of ventilation create the ability to more quickly cool products and control temperature in transit, prolonging shelf life. Various third-party studies have documented RPCs' ability to significantly reduce product damage and food waste in the retail supply chain, improving both profits and the environmental and social impact of retailers.
Commitment to Customer Success
IFCO continuously develops new and innovative reusable packaging solutions through collaboration with our customers and a deep understanding of their unique supply chains. Our RPC applications include solutions for all types of fruits and vegetables, including bananas, as well as eggs, meat and poultry, seafood, bread, and prepared foods. Each application is specifically designed to improve the efficiency across the supply chain, protect product quality, and do so with a lower environmental impact than traditional one-way packaging.