Retailers are taking different paths to reach a common goal -- a high-quality, efficient pallet program. Traditional wooden stringer pallet exchange programs have long been disparaged by retailers, who complain about the almost constant need for repairs and the hazards they pose to employees and products alike. But retailers are finding and implementing new solutions to improve their pallet programs. For example: Super Rite Corp., Harrisburg, Pa., now receives about one-third of its ...

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