Find out how our solution can help you reduce your carbon footprint and how it contributes to the transition to a circular economy. The circular economy promotes the reuse of resources and moves away from empty or under-optimised transport.
CSR efforts recognized by ECOVADIS
LPR has been recognized for its environmental, social, and responsible actions in the day-to-day performance of its activities. With its "Platinum" rating, LPR is among the top 1% of companies in terms of CSR performance.
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Evaluate the CO2 savings you could achieve by switching from a pallet exchange system to pallet rental and management.
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How do we reduce our carbon impact?
LPR's goal is to reduce our carbon footprint per pallet movement by 20% by 2025. Find out what actions have already been implemented to help achieve this goal.
We calculate and organise each pallet movement in order to better control them. We reduce the number of kilometres travelled thanks to the implementation of optimised, shared and multimodal transport plans.
Responsible wood sourcing
We ensure that the wood used to produce and repair our pallets comes from forests that are managed in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. For that reason, we are certified PEFC Chain of Custody since 2010 (PEFC logo licence No: PEFC/10-31-1869 ). Check the LPR Wood Sourcing Policy for more information.
Transport represents an opportunity to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by optimising the loading of our trucks, using the same carriers for inbound and outbound flows and in using multi-modal transport such as rail-road.
Our pallets are reused and rotated several times a year. Returned pallets are checked, sorted and repaired before each new use. Our pallets have a lifespan of at least 5 years, and we manage them until the end of their usable life. Pallets that are no longer repairable are recycled.