Published on : Friday, March 13, 2015
The European Pallet Association (EPAL) has ended the year with a positive note. It registered 3% growth against the last year which means this year they yielded 66.3 million pallets compared to 22.4 million of previous year. The rising demand of Euro pallet in Hungry, Czech Republic and China has helped EPAL to earn this profit.
In 2014 the company has completed a calendar in which they have been granting license for the production of pallets marked exclusively with the “EPAL in oval” after production of one brand pallet started on 1st August 2013. That happened following Bureau Veritas certification to EPAL Euro pallet as the standard quality pallets in the market
Martin Leibrandt, CEO, said, “The increase in production in 2014 clearly illustrate the continued confidence in the EPAL Euro pallet and we are proud of this increase.”