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iGPS Announces 'iGPS bios™,' a New Pallet Rental Service Designed Exclusively for the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Industries
Date:10/19/2010

new or like-new and are free of paint and toxic pesticides and fungicides, like TBA.  This level of hygiene and platform quality is impossible with pallets made of wood." 

Each iGPS pallet has four RFID tags embedded in its frame, which enables tracking and tracing throughout the supply chain.  In addition, iGPS has begun deploying Spider® AT tags throughout its pallet fleet.  The Spider® AT is a battery-powered GSM/GPRS/GPS wireless tag that can transmit critical information about iGPS pallets, including iGPS-defined alerts, specific events and highly-accurate pallet location.  

Pharmaceutical companies shipping on iGPS' platform realize unequalled sustainability benefits, as well.  An independent life cycle analysis has documented that iGPS pallets are dramatically better for the environment than both one-way and multi-use wood pallets on every commonly-measured metric, including global warming, ozone layer depletion and ecotoxicity.  Over the course of five years, iGPS customers have cumulatively prevented the destruction of over 600,000 trees, saved 635,000 gallons of fuel and averted nearly 14 million pounds of greenhouse gas emissions.

Switching from wood pallets to iGPS yields game-changing operational savings, as well.  Studies performed by iGPS customers consistently show bottom-line savings of up to $2 per pallet load, thanks to lower transport costs, dramatically reduced production downtime, larger loads per pallet, reduced product damage and fewer rejected loads.

About iGPS

iGPS operates the world's first pallet rental service providing shippers and receivers with lightweight, 100 percent recyclable all-plastic pallets with embedded RFID tags.  Its highly engineered platform-the world's most advanced shipping pallet and the world's only rental pallet to receive NSF International Food Equipment Certification-is rapidly replacing wood as the platform of
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