Production of EPAL Euro pallets continues in Ukraine despite the war
Several EPAL licensees in Ukraine have started production of EPAL Euro pallets again.
EPAL Board Meeting on 10.03.2022 in Berlin
The Board of the European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL) met in Berlin on 10 March 2022. The discussions focused on the war in Ukraine and its effects. The EPAL Board also made an important decision regarding the repair of EPAL Euro pallets.
EPAL Polska helps the people of Ukraine
EPAL Polska, the National Committee of EPAL in Poland, started actively providing assistance shortly after the war in Ukraine began.
EPAL: War in Ukraine impacts the pallet market
The war in Ukraine and EU sanctions against Russia and Belarus will have a long-term impact on the European pallet market.
Snap the Pallet – third and final round
EPAL’s major photo contest Snap the Pallet is coming to an end after three successful months and February’s winners have been announced. The first prize for February (€ 1,000) goes to Spain. Runner-up prizes of € 100 each go to participants in Poland, Denmark, Germany and two in Turkey. The selected photos can be seen on the Snap the Pallet website in the winners’ gallery for February. EPAL…
EPAL stands with the people of Ukraine
EPAL Euro pallets have been produced in Ukraine for many years. Today we count 35 companies in Ukraine that are partners of EPAL and a precious part of the EPAL family, together with their employees, families and friends. Our thoughts are with them, and all other people in Ukraine in these hard times.
SNAP THE PALLET: New month, new winners
January 2022 saw EPAL once again receiving many more photos of EPAL Euro pallets from all walks of life. More than 300 participants from a wide range of countries have taken part in the Snap the Pallet photo contest since it started in December 2021. Many participants have sent in more than just one photo.
EPAL Euro pallets are used enthusiastically, imaginatively and with a sense of fun in many…
EPAL Innovation Lab: investigation of European network coverage for LPWAN technology
The European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL), together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML, and DACHSER, an international logistics provider, has been investigating the current status of network coverage for various LPWAN technologies in Europe.