WASHINGTON -- Field and laboratory tests show that corrugated, common, footprint containers and compatible, returnable, plastic containers -- those that meet the International Corrugated Case Association's guidelines and share common footprint and tab/receptacle locations so they fit together with CCFs -- offer similar performance when mixed together on a pallet in the transport of fresh produce from distribution centers to retail stores. The trials, sponsored jointly by the Corrugated ...
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