SALINAS, Calif. — Produce grower Tanimura & Antle here is partnering with Chep, Orlando, Fla., on a new pallet protection tool that reduces product and pallet damage, Chep announced yesterday. The Pallet Dawg, developed by Raymond Corp. with input from Chep, addresses damaged pallets in the supply chain by reducing hard contact with forklifts. Chep is now offering its own Blue Guardian device to accomplish the same goal. Both the Blue Guardian and the Pallet Dawg are frames with an ...

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